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JEET (Journal of Engineering Education Transformations)

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IUCEE-JEET Partnership Update (September, 2014)

The Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET) is ready to be launched in September in partnership with Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Both Print and On-Line versions are planned. JEET will launch the first issue by end of September and will benchmark its quality with ASEE publications (JEE and AEE).

IUCEE-JEET Partnership Update (May 29, 2014)

We have made progress in partnering with Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, for the launch of the Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET). A Board has been formed including experienced faculty from around the world. Four meetings of the Board of JEET have been conducted virtually on April 8, 22, May 6, 20. As a result, the website is almost ready to be made public. It is available at http://www.ritindia.edu/jeet/. Board meetings will be held regularly every month.  JEET will launch the first issue by end of August and will benchmark its quality with ASEE publications (JEE and AEE).

MISSION

Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET) is a scholarly journal committed to the advancement of theory, research and practice in the field of engineering education. Published from India, the world’s largest hub of engineering education, JEETis international in its scope inviting scholars and experts from across the globe to share their theoretical insights and innovative practices for the enhancement and transformation of engineering education.

JEET is a peer-reviewed journal made available in both print and online versions. A double-blind peer-review process performed by experts in the field will ensure the highest standard in scholarship.

The Objectives of JEET are:

  • To provide a world-class platform for publishing original research in engineering education.
  • To provide a forum for sharing innovative practices for imparting engineering education.
  • To provide a forum for sharing innovative strategies for combating issues unique to engineering education in India and abroad.
  • To foster international collaboration and discoursefor the betterment of different aspects of engineering education.

The Structure of JEET will consist of:

o    NEWS AND REVIEWS: Brief news items about achievements by faculty/institute/group in engineering education and occasional book reviews, case studies, interviews of eminent personalities and profiles of institutions.

o    EMERGING ISSUES: Articles on emerging issues in Engineering Education that call for action from engineering education community.

o    RESEARCH ARTICLES: Research articles in engineering education theory and practice.

o    BEST PRACTICES: Articles on best practices to enhance the quality of engineering education, supported by assessment.

o    SHORT COMMUNICATIONS: Comments from readers on previous articles, or original thoughts on certain issues.

IUCEE-JEET Partnership Update (April 12, 2014)

We have made progress in partnering with Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, for the launch of the Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET). A Board has been formed including experienced faculty from around the world. The first Board meeting of JEET was conducted virtually on April 8. A majority of the Board Members attended this meeting and discussed the Draft Objectives and Scope of JEET.

Meetings will be held regularly to formalize JEET and plans to launch the first issue.

International Advisory Board and International Editorial Board

JEET Board Members List

Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET) is Peer reviewed, online and printed Journal. JEET is striving to provide the best platform for researchers and scholars worldwide to exchange their latest research findings in engineering education.

JEET will publish 4 issues per year for distribution to librarians, universities, research centers, and researchers in Engineering and Management.

Articles are subject to a peer review process, an international panel of researchers who are expert in relevant fields will review articles. Referees are asked to judge the quality of research and also the relevance and accessibility of a paper for an international audience.

Submission of articles would be online from the website of the journal. JEET aims to enhance theory, research, and practice in Engineering Education through the publication of original research and review papers.

JEET brings you the latest advances in the Engineering with a multidisciplinary perspective.

JEET will be an avenue for engineering educators to showcase their transformational work as publications reviewed by expert educators from across the world.

Following are the objectives:

  1. To provide common platform to researchers and faculty in the field of Transformations in Engineering Education.
  2. To provide a journal that reports research in Engineering Education on topics that is of international significance.
  3. To encourage collaboration with international researchers to create special issues.
  4. To organize an international conferences and colloquiums to discuss various issues in Engineering fraternity

 

Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET) 

Scope

  1. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Education
  2. Computer-Mediated Communication
  3. Cooperative/Collaborative Learning and Environments
  4. Cultural Issues in Educational System development
  5. Didactic/Pedagogical Issues and Teaching/Learning Strategies
  6. Distance Education Learning Systems
  7. Distributed Learning Environments
  8. Research in Evaluation
  9.  Human-Computer Interface (HCI) Issues
  10.  Hypermedia Systems/Applications
  11.  Intelligent Learning/Tutoring Environments
  12.  Interactive Learning Environments
  13.  Learning by Doing
  14.  Methodologies for Development of Educational Technology Systems
  15.  Multimedia Systems/Applications
  16.  Network-Based Learning Environments
  17.  Online Education
  18.  Simulations for Learning
  19.  Industry based Curricula.
  20.  Innovative teaching skills and developments.
  21.  Curriculum Design and instructional practices for experiential
    learning
  22.  Technology-enhanced learning
  23.  Enhancing Laboratory and Engineering Design Experiences
  24.  Developing effective Industry partnerships to promote learning
  25.  Research Experience at undergraduate and graduate levels
  26.  Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship by Engineering Education
  27.  Assessment of program and course outcomes
  28.  Embedding professional outcomes in curriculum and their assessment
  29.  Engineering Education Research
  30.  Other relevant topics
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