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IJLT 2023 Vol.9(3): 197-201
doi: 10.18178/ijlt.9.3.197-201

Study on the Coherent Course Project for Robot Engineering Major

Wende Ke*, Yongsheng Ma, Yiming Rong, Dong Lu, Chengzhi Hu, and Yexu Huang
Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China
*Correspondence: kewd@sustech.edu.cn (W.K.)

Manuscript received October 30, 2022; revised November 24, 2022; accepted February 20, 2023.

Abstract—Robot engineering is a newly approved engineering major in China in recent years, and its talent training focuses on whether students have the ability to analyze problems, be innovative and solve real problems in the robot. This paper describes the necessity of using coherent course project to test what students have learned, how to design the coherent course project and analyze its implementation. Three courses – Robot Modeling and Control, Embedded System and Robot, and Robot Operating System were taken as examples to illustrate in more detail. At the same time, we also discuss the difficulties when dealing with course projects. The efforts we tried in it proved that the coherent course project really help students to learn and use certain technologies positively. In fact, we believe that the designs of coherent course projects we have carried out and what we have experienced can truly be taken as useful references for those related majors in universities.  
Keywords—coherence, course, project, innovation, practice 

Cite: Wende Ke, Yongsheng Ma, Yiming Rong, Dong Lu, Chengzhi Hu, and Yexu Huang, "Study on the Coherent Course Project for Robot Engineering Major," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 197-201, September 2023. doi: 10.18178/ijlt.9.3.197-201

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