WEBINAR: Publishing Your Scholarship in the IEEE Transactions on Education

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WEBINAR: Publishing Your Scholarship in the IEEE Transactions on Education


Scholarship in engineering education is shifting and authors seeking to publish their work in engineering education must be prepared to address changing expectations for scholarship. The webinar first introduces expectations for scholarship in a developing field. Second, the session presents the three areas of scholarship proposed by Ernest Boyer and session participants learn characteristics of manuscripts appropriate for each area of scholarship:

  • Scholarship of Discovery
  • Scholarship of Application
  • Scholarship of Integration.

This webinar will explore how to address review criteria for each area of scholarship, e.g., relevance, intended outcomes, application/instructional design, and findings. Analysis of manuscripts submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Education over the past 30 months suggest that authors struggle with how to address these review criteria. The intent of the webinar is to help authors and potential authors prepare manuscripts that address the expectations for publishing scholarship in engineering education in the IEEE Transactions on Education.

Is mandatory to register for the event herein to recieve the URL of the webex videoconference event before 13/03/2018 at 3 pm European Central Time.



  Date and Time

  Location

  Contact

  Registration


  • College Station, Texas
  • United States 77843

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  • Edmundo Tovar, VicePresident of Educational Activities and Awards of the IEEE Education Society and Universidad Politecnica de Madrid

  • Co-sponsored by IEEE Education Society
  • Registration closed


  Speakers

Jeffrey E. Froyd
Jeffrey E. Froyd of Texas A&M University

Topic:

WEBINAR: Publishing Your Scholarship in the IEEE Transactions on Education

Jeffrey E. Froyd, Editor-in-Chief, IEEE Transactions on Education

This webinar will explore how to address review criteria for each area of scholarship, e.g., relevance, intended outcomes, application/instructional design, and findings. Analysis of manuscripts submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Education over the past 30 months suggest that authors struggle with how to address these review criteria. The intent of the webinar is to help authors and potential authors prepare manuscripts that address the expectations for publishing scholarship in engineering education in the IEEE Transactions on Education.

Biography:

Jeffrey E. Froyd, Editor-in-Chief, IEEE Transactions on Education

Jeffrey E. Froyd is a Professor in the Department of Engineering Education in the College of Engineering at The Ohio State University. He served as Project Director for the Foundation Coalition, an NSF Engineering Education Coalition in which six institutions systematically renewed, assessed, and institutionalized integrated undergraduate engineering curricula, and shared their results with the engineering education community. He co-created the Integrated, First-Year Curriculum in Science, Engineering and Mathematics at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, which was recognized in 1997 with a Hesburgh Award Certificate of Excellence. He has authored or co-authored over 70 papers on engineering education in areas including change in STEM education, faculty development, and curricular innovation. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Transactions on Education, a Senior Associate Editor for the Journal on Engineering Education, an associate editor for the International Journal on STEM Education, an ABET EAC Commissioner, an IEEE Fellow, and an ASEE Fellow.

Email:

Address:Texas A&M University , Engineering Academic and Student Affairs , College Station, Texas, United States, 77843





Agenda

4:30 PM-4:35 PM Introduction and presentation of Webinar Program of IEEE Education Society: Edmundo Tovar

4:35 PM-5:25 PM Publishing Your Scholarship in the IEEE Transactions on Education – Jeff Froyd (including questions)

5:25PM – 5:30PM Closing Webinar



WEBINAR: Publishing Your Scholarship in the IEEE Transactions on Education

Is mandatory to register for the event herein to recieve the URL of the webex videoconference event before 13/03/2018 at 3 pm European Central Time.