ALIEN adopts an end-to-end approach towards introducing PBL as a strategic educational approach at participating organizations. The ALIEN approach addresses all issues from the establishment of infrastructure to supporting digital services and deployment support. ALIEN introduces:
ALIEN PBL platform
A PBL platform that promotes student and educator collaboration goto to ALIEN PBL platform.
Physical PBL labs
Physical PBL labs are being established at partner country institutions:
University of Malaya (Malaysia)
University Tenaga Nacional (Malaysia)
Institute of Technology Cambodia (Cambodia)
Meanchey University (Cambodia)
University of Battambang (Cambodia)
Hanoi University (Vietnam)
Hanoi University of Science and Technology (Vietnam)
Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)
Kathmandu University (Nepal)
Tribhuvan University (Nepal)
ISRA University (Pakistan)
National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences (Pakistan)
The equipment has been purchased as most sites to allow students to take advantage of the labs during the project implementation period and beyond.
Instructor training towards the adoption of PBL as a strategic educational framework in participating institutions and beyond. Instructor training was initiated in Kuala Lumpur on January 9, 2019, when about 40 individuals from all partners participated in a PBL training workshop that took place during the 2nd ALIEN consortium meeting. More activities are planned for the summer of 2019.
SIG groups are being established at all partner sites for exchanging experiences and good practices on the adoption of PBL in engineering contexts. Activities will start in the summer of 2019.