This article presents how undergraduate students from different disciplines can develop multidisciplinary skills applying the Design Thinking methodology during the Analysis and Problem-Solving course offered at ESPOL. We describe three specific cases in which students propose innovative solutions for Ecuadorian NGOs’ problems. During this process, we evaluated the ability to work as part of multidisciplinary team, an institutional learning outcome developed through projects along the course.
|Title of host publication
|15th LACCEI International Multi-Conference for Engineering, Education, and Technology
|Subtitle of host publication
|Global Partnerships for Development and Engineering Education
|Latin American and Caribbean Consortium of Engineering Institutions
|Published - 19 Jul 2017