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Engineering Education Community Resource

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on March 4, 2011 at 1:30:03 pm

The following wiki is the first attempt of the American Society for Engineering Education's Student Constituent Committee (ASEE SCC), in collaboration with the Center For Engineering Learning & Teaching (CELT), to create a resource for the engineering education community, especially students and prospective students. The resource offers lists of programs, centers, researchers, societies, publication venues, etc., that will help in the exploration of the engineering education field. We hope that ultimately this wiki will encourage community members to expand this resource as a place to inform students and other people new to engineering education about the research happening in this field at institutions and centers all over the world.


The resource currently consists of lists in the following categories:


These lists are works in progress, and your contributions help keep them current and complete. If you wish to add or update anything on this wiki, please contact one of the list maintainers:

               Adam Carberry, ASEE SCC Zone Liaison, Arizona State University

               Ken Yasuhara, University of Washington, CELT

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