ICL2019 25-28 September 2019, Intercontinental Bangkok, Thailand

ICL2019 25-28 September 2019, Intercontinental Bangkok, Thailand

Focus

Smart industries, smart homes, and smart societies bring new challenges to our teaching and learning practices. Solving the engineering problems of tomorrow will require blending new knowledge with established concepts, new skills with proven abilities, and new tools with existing processes. Therefore, the Special Track of the International Society for Engineering Pedagogy (IGIP), Talking about Teaching (TaT’xx), within the annual ICL Conference, provides an opportunity for the engineering education community to debate and share ideas, approaches, developments, and experiences.

The organizers ofTaT’19 also invite IGIP working group members to present the results of their activities collaboratively as part of the Special Track.

Topics in TaT’19 are diverse and focused on the improvement of engineering education practices. These might include engineering education resources, the use of technologies for teaching, recognizing diversity and supporting inclusion, professional development for engineering educators, the role of engineering education in STEM learning, and engineering leadership in society.

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Topics of Interest

  • Virtual Universities
    • Distance education (e-learning and b-learning)
    • Sharing resources and OER
    • The Role of Technologies in EE
    • Increasing multicultural components in EE
    • Outreach to the pre-university population
    • Learning in MOOCs
  • Research in EE
    • Development of higher order thinking skills
    • Motivational design of engineering courses
    • Student mentoring and tutoring
    • Scholarship of teaching and learning (SOTL)
    • Assessment of learning outcomes
    • Evidence-based practices
    • K-12 education
    • Teachers’ professional development
    • International recognition of engineering educators
    • Educating T-shaped engineers
  • Emergent Technologies in EE
    • Adaptive learning systems
    • Use of haptic information
    • Remote and virtual labs
    • Virtual and augmented reality
    • Learning management systems
    • Learning analytics
    • Developing tools for children with special needs
  • University & Industry
    • Lifelong learning
    • University & industry programs and experiences
    • Learning outcomes & employability
    • Labor challenges for the future engineers

TaT’19 Program Committee (to be completed)

Chairs

Members

Submission

Articles submitted to TaT’19 will follow the Conference Submission Procedure: (http://icl-conference.org/current/paper_preparation.php).

Presented papers will be published in the as ICL2019 Proceedings in the Springer series "Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing". The books of this series are submitted to ISI Proceedings, EI-Compendex, DBLP, SCOPUS, Google Scholar and Springerlink. More: http://icl-conference.org/current/proceedings.php.

Important Dates

03 Apr 2019Submission of
- structured abstracts (full paper, short paper, poster) for the main conference
- Special Session Proposals
26 Apr 2019- Notification of acceptance for abstracts for the main conference
- Special sessions notification and announcement
03 Jun 2019Submission of complete papers for all submission types
28 Jun 2019Notification of Acceptance
22 Jul 2019Author Registration Deadline
22 Jul 2019Camera-ready due
25 Sep 2019Conference Opening

Important Dates

03 Apr 2019Submission of
- structured abstracts (full paper, short paper, poster) for the main conference
- Special Session Proposals
26 Apr 2019- Notification of acceptance for abstracts for the main conference
- Special sessions notification and announcement
03 Jun 2019Submission of complete papers for all submission types
28 Jun 2019Notification of Acceptance
22 Jul 2019Author Registration Deadline
22 Jul 2019Camera-ready due
25 Sep 2019Conference Opening

Contact

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Phone: +43(664)73621196
Mail: info@icl-conference.org

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