TY - CHAP A1 - Santiago Gomez-Ruiz A2 - Damian Perez-Quintanilla A3 - Isabel Sierra ED1 - Aleksandar Lazinica ED2 - Carlos Calafate Y1 - 2009-10-01 PY - 2009 T1 - Problem-based Learning: an Approach to Chemical Engineering Education within the EHEA N2 - The widespread deployment and use of Information Technologies (IT) has paved the way for change in many fields of our societies. The Internet, mobile computing, social networks and many other advances in human communications have become essential to promote and boost education, technology and industry. On the education side, the new challenges related with the integration of IT technologies into all aspects of learning require revising the traditional educational paradigms that have prevailed for the last centuries. Additionally, the globalization of education and student mobility requirements are favoring a fluid interchange of tools, methodologies and evaluation strategies, which promote innovation at an accelerated pace. Curricular revisions are also taking place to achieved a more specialized education that is able to responds to the society´┐Żs requirements in terms of professional training. In this process, guaranteeing quality has also become a critical issue. On the industrial and technological side, the focus on ecological developments is essential to achieve a sustainable degree of prosperity, and all efforts to promote greener societies are welcome. In this book we gather knowledge and experiences of different authors on all these topics, hoping to offer the reader a wider view of the revolution taking place within and without our educational centers. In summary, we believe that this book makes an important contribution to the fields of education and technology in these times of great change, offering a mean for experts in the different areas to share valuable experiences and points of view that we hope are enriching to the reader. Enjoy the book! BT - Technology SP - Ch. 12 UR - https://doi.org/10.5772/7286 DO - 10.5772/7286 SN - PB - IntechOpen CY - Rijeka Y2 - 2019-12-09 ER -