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Welcome to the AAEE CDIO/PBL Special Interest Group.



AAEE is an Affiliate of the CDIO Initiative http://www.cdio.org. There are currently 36 collaborating universities around the world organised into five regional groups. Collaborators in Australia and New Zealand are within the CDIO ANZ Regional Group. This is the beginning of the AAEE CDIO/PBL Special Interest Group.  It is intended that this group seeds a community of practice hosting resources, discussions and other sharing opportunities. There is already a wealth of shared resources which may be found at http://www.cdio.org. We will be linking into these resources whilst building up more for our local context.


Quick Links


News and Initiatives in the ANZ Region




Upcoming Events


Recent Events

  • 2009 International CDIO Conference, June 7-10, 2009, Singapore Polytechnic
  • 2009 Workshop on CDIO and Critical Thinking, June 2009, Sydney
  • 2009 Fall CDIO Collaborators' Conference, October 5-7, 2009, Turku U. of Applied Sciences, Finland


Current Formal CDIO Collaborators in the ANZ Region

  • University of Sydney (Dave Levy - Chair CDIO ANZ Regional Group)
  • Queensland University of Technmology (Duncan Campbell - Deputy-Chair CDIO ANZ Regional Group, Co-Chair CDIO Integrated Curriculum Committee)
  • University of Auckland (Rainer Seidel)


Please feel free to share your CDIO related experiences, ask questions and particate in discussions as they arise.


Duncan Campbell, Chair AAEE CDIO Special Interest Group 


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