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Eml Projects and Performance of Students
EML projects are commonly used in the curriculum to increase entrepreneurial characteristics of students on curiosity, connection, and value creation. They also improve students understanding, teamwork and problem solving skills. The current paper investigates the performance of students in two different classes: structural analysis and steel design. The project in the steel design course focused on the design of a balcony. The project in the structural analysis class was on a balsa wood bridge truss competition. The performance of students in each class was compared to another group who were not exposed to any project. It was revealed that EML projects effectively strengthen both technical and entrepreneurial skills of students.