International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP)

The International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP) is an independent, peer-reviewed online journal. It serves as an international forum related to engineering education, published at present four times a year. Teachers, educators and researchers as well as schools and institutions are invited to discuss their research, experiences, ideas and perspectives in the field of engineering pedagogy at a worldwide level.


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iJEP Vol. 4, no. 4, 2014

Vol 4, No 4 (2014)

Table of Contents


A Low Cost Implementation of an Existing Hands-on Laboratory Experiment in Electronic Engineering PDF
Clement Onime, Marco Zennaro, James Uhomoibhi pp. 4-7
Creation and Evaluation of Educational Tools for E-Learning Based on Videomodels PDF
Matthias Carlier, An Braeken, Clémence Flémal, Francis Gueuning, Abdellah Touhafi pp. 8-11
Inductive Teaching and Learning in Engineering Pedagogy on the Example of Remote Labs PDF
Raivo Sell, Tiia Rüütmann, Sven Seiler pp. 12-15
Taking a Snapshot: Four Bibliometric Indicators to Track Engineering Education Research Evolution PDF
Bill Williams, Pedro Neto, Phillip C. Wankat pp. 16-22
Applying Chosen Teaching Methods in Technical Education PDF
Henryk Noga pp. 23-26
Revisiting the Didactic Triangle in the Case of an Adaptive Learning System PDF
Yassine Zaoui Seghroucheni, Mohammed Al achhab, Badr Eddine El Mohajir pp. 27-32
Addressing Low-Power Electronics in a Digital System and FPGA Design Course PDF
Marco Winzker pp. 33-38
Lecture Meets Laboratory - Experimental Experiences for Large Audiences: Concept and Implementation PDF
Katrin Temmen, Barbara Nofen, Markus Wehebrink pp. 39-42
Improving Performance to Engineering Students through Virtual Labs and its Monitoring in Cockpit PDF
Leandro Rosniak Tibola, Carlos Eduardo Pereira, Liane Margarida Rockenbach Tarouco pp. 43-50
Preparatory Mathematics Course for Non-Traditional Engineering Students PDF
Nina Kälberer, Cornelia Böhmer, Katrin Tschirpke, Brigitte Petendra, Eva Maria Beck-Meuth pp. 51-58
A Set of Best Practices to Design Face-to-face Teaching Sessions for Technology-centered University-level Computing Courses PDF
Ilse Baumgartner pp. 59-66


12th International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation - REV2015 PDF
Call for Papers p. 67
6th Research in Engineering Education Symposium - REES 2015 PDF
Call for Papers p. 68

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