Instrumentation Systems: Development of an Internet-based course

L.A. Tremblay, D.G. Jamieson, M.F. Cheesman

Abstract


An Internet-based course on Instrumentation Systems is being offered for undergraduate students of Audiology at the University of Western Ontario in Canada. The Internet-based course follows a course in Hearing Science, which introduces basic concepts in physical acoustics, plus basic anatomy, auditory physiology, and psychoacoustics. The course has been developed as a series of modules, reflecting the topics covered in the current course, during approximately 39 hours of lectures and 26 hours of laboratories.

Keywords


Acoustic signal processing; Audition; Computer aided instruction; Engineering education; Internet; Speech processing; Internet-based courses

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