LITEE works in and for Auburn University and its students, and it also works in the community.
LITEE has passed its innovative curricular developments to other universities, high school technology programs, and K-12 student groups like Alabama 4-H. LITEE also works with educators and members of industry to promote learning about engineering and technology. The workshops held by LITEE have reached more than 1,000 university and industry personnel thus far. Additionally, LITEE has worked to disperse its work in the scholarly community through journals, conference papers, and textbook publications.
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