2013 Research in Engineering Education Symposium

 
The 2013 Research in Engineering Education Symposium (REES2013) will be held on 4-6 July 2013 in Kuala Lumpur.

This symposium follows ICREE 2007 in Hawaii, USA, REES 2008 in Davos, Switzerland, REES 2009 in Palm Cove, Queensland, Australia, and REES 2011 in Madrid, Spain.”

The event is held in collaboration with Research in Engineering Education Network (REEN). REEN is an international forum for scholars interested in discussing and advancing research in engineering education. It aims to bring together the growing international community of engineering education researchers. This vibrant and welcoming community nurtures developing researchers through collaboration and sound methodological approaches to address the challenges within Engineering Education.

Academics, researchers and decision makers interested in enhancing engineering education through scholarly and evidence-based practices should not miss the opportunity to attend this meeting in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This is the first REES symposium held in Asia. It will give you the chance to experience the hospitality of Kuala Lumpur, and the cultural experiences that should not to be missed! Selected papers will be invited for publication in the International Journal on Engineering Education, which is indexed in SCOPUS and ISI.
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