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7-9 June 2004, University of Wolverhampton

The Conference will offer an opportunity to share, disseminate and discuss innovation, and highlight good practice in engineering education. The delegates will also have an opportunity to discuss methods of encouraging students into engineering.

This International Conference will be of interest to people who are:

  • teaching Engineering, Design and Technological subjects in Higher, Further and Secondary education worldwide.
  • involved in the support of Engineering staff and students from Learning Centres, Research Centres and IT services.
  • conducting research and development in national and regional organisations.
  • managing policy and practice of Engineering Education in professional institutions and government organisations.
  • participating in Engineering Education projects.

The first Call for Papers is now live at http://www.wlv.ac.uk/EE2004. The 200 word Abstracts are due by 14th November 2003.

For more details, or to submit an Abstract, please go to http://www.wlv.ac.uk/EE2004.

 

  


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