DD11HW3

R. Lingard and S. Barkataki, “Teaching teamwork in engineering and computer science,” 2011 Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2011.

Finding and Evaluating Sources(MLA)

Authorship
-Robert Lingard and Shan Barkataki wrote this article. The author's name is prominently displayed
-This journal article came from IEEEXplore, which means that it has been evaluated by peers

Publisher or Sponsorship
-IEEEXplore is the publisher and it's known for its journals and reviewed and edited by scholars.
-It is from a database paid by for the University of Arizona's Library, which means its a credible source

Currency
-The information is from 2011, which means the information is relatively current

Objectivity
-The Author's viewpoint is that we need to improve teamwork in the professional field of engineering and in school.
-There isn't really an opposing view but the language of the author favor's for teamwork being beneficial in the engineering field.



S. M. Katz, “The Entry-Level Engineer: Problems in Transition from Student to Professional,” Journal of Engineering Education, vol. 82, no. 3, pp. 171–174, 1993.

Finding and Evaluating Sources(MLA)

Authorship
-Susan M. Katz wrote this article. The author's name is prominently displayed
-This journal article came from Journal of Engineering Education(JEE), which means that it has been evaluated by peers

Publisher or Sponsorship
-JEE is the publisher and it's known for its journals and reviewed and edited by scholars.
-It is from a database paid by for the University of Arizona's Library, which means its a credible source

Currency
-The information is from 1993, which means the information is relatively current

Objectivity
-The Author's viewpoint is that when students enter the workforce, they must make a transition from an academic to a professional role.
-There isn't really an opposing view but the language of the author favor's for teamwork being beneficial in the engineering field.

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