Knowledge Library

Welcome to CDIO™ Knowledge Library. Here you have access to a treasury of resources and support you need to implement a CDIO program at your institution: From handouts to acquaint faculty, administrators, and students with CDIO, to online curriculum materials that aid in teaching elements of the CDIO syllabus, and much, much more…

Your launch pad to CDIO success is the Knowledge Library!

Search the Knowledge Library

From here you can search for documents in the knowledge library using any keyword: document title, topic, or author. (e.g., "design-build", "iKit", "Implementation Kit", "IRM", or "Instructor Resource Module")

Please note: How to cite content from a document in the CDIO Knowledge Library

When citing any content in any document in the CDIO Knowledge Library, please use the following citation:

Author (Last name, initials), Year (20--). Document/module title. CDIO Knowledge Library. Cambridge, MA; Worldwide CDIO Initiative. http://www.cdio.org
Corresponding author(s) and email address.

For example:

Crawley, E. (2005). Skyscrapers. CDIO Knowledge Library. Cambridge, MA; Worldwide CDIO Initiative. http://www.cdio.org.
Professor Edward Crawley, crawley@mit.edu

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