This week I worked on instruction manuals for the design projects created last fall in the Engineers Making a Difference course. Each team had written out instructions and diagrams for their projects, and included in their reports so notes about trouble-shooting during the assembly of the prototype they built. The notes were especially helpful, because they gave a look into the longevity of the product they had created. A project that is well thought out lasts longer, at therefore helps the community organization by eliminating excessive upkeep of the product. For a service learning project, keep in mind this 4 things:
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