Australasian Journal of Engineering Education


Alex Edelman wrote:
From: Alex Edelman <>
Subject: Australasian Journal of Engineering Education
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 1996 10:30:09 -0400 (EDT)

Australasian Journal of Engineering Education

The paramount objective of the Australasian Journal of Engineering
Education (AJEE) is to generate interest in engineering education among
academics and industry leaders within Australia, Asia and the Pacific

Another important aim is to provide an international forum for
discussion, and to enhance the opportunity to exchange information on
engineering education and industrial training at tertiary level,
including the need for systematic and comprehensive research on
methodology and curriculum development.

Recent Table of Contents:

* Another Look at Engineering Education: From Information to Knowledge
* Restructuring Tertiary Education in Australia
* Strengthening the Engineering Contribution to Australia's Economy
* Challenges for the Future Engineer
* Professional Values and Attitudes
* Reflections and Visions for Engineering Educators: Knowing the Worlds
that We Make
* Educating the Innovating Engineer
* The Lessons We Learn: Reflections on an NSF Engineering Education
* The New Environment for Engineering Education
* International Partnerships in Business and Education
* Unravelling Racism: Reflections on the Role of Non-Indigenous People -
Supporting Indigenous Education
* Quality, Engineering and Education
* Directions in Professional Employment and Education
* Address to the 6th AAEE Conference
* Synthesis through Syndicates: Comments on Conference Inputs, Processes
and Outcomes
* The Australasian Women in Engineering Forum: Nurturing Diversity in
Cooperation Between Industry and Higher Education

Editor: Zenon J.
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Thursday, June 27, 1996
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