Sessions in typical years have included laboratories and projects, courses and curricula, experiential and global learning in engineering, pedagogy and assessment, and reports on student research and design. However, authors are encouraged to submit on any relevant topic in engineering education. Topics relating to online teaching, active learning and industry partnerships are of particular interest.
Submissions can take the form of full papers, works-in-progress, workshops, and posters. Instructions and templates for full paper and abstract submissions are provided below.
Full Papers (Submitted through Monolith)
Submission for a full paper is a three-step review process consisting of an abstract review followed by, if favorable, a draft paper review, and then a full manuscript review. Abstracts will each receive one blind review; papers will be blind reviewed by a minimum three reviewers. Acceptance of both the abstract and the final full manuscript is required for presentation in conference sessions and for inclusion in the conference proceedings (publish to present).
Authors are encouraged to consult the PSW-ASEE Author’s Kit before submitting.
Abstracts shall be 250-500 words in length. All abstracts must be submitted through the Monolith abstract and paper submission portal at the following website:
Poster, Workshop, and Work-in-Progress (WIP)
Interested in submitting a poster, WIP, or workshop abstract for the conference? Please use the conference abstract template and submit it using the form below.
Abstracts should be between 250 and 500 words and should clearly indicate whether it is for a poster, work-in-progress, or workshop.
An accepted work in progress will be assigned to a poster session and will require an extended abstract (3 page limit) in place of a full paper. The extended abstract will not be included in the conference proceedings.