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This paper presents the outcome-based education about solar cells in the course of EECC0292 Engineering Laboratory using basic electric circuit analysis. It focuses on deploying problem-based learning and active learning. This is a result-oriented learning scheme that centers on the engineering undergraduates and instructors will be responsible for organizing learning process through activities concerned about solar cell based on active learning. The objective of this approach is to understand and develop the knowledge skills of students in the hard and soft skills.
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