Education for Chemical Engineers

Education for Chemical Engineers - ISSN 1749-7728
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): 1.515 Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP):
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Volumes: Volume 4
Issues: 4 issues
ISSN: 17497728

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Education for Chemical Engineers was launched in 2006 with a remit to publish education research papers, resource reviews and teaching and learning notes. ECE is targeted at chemical engineering academics and educators, discussing the ongoing changes and development in chemical engineering education.

This international title publishes papers from around the world, creating a global network of chemical engineering academics. Papers demonstrating how educational research results can be applied to chemical engineering education are particularly welcome, as are the accounts of research work that brings new perspectives to established principles, highlighting unsolved problems or indicating direction for future research relevant to chemical engineering education.

Core topic areas:

  1. Accreditation
  2. Active methods of teaching
  3. Assessment
  4. Benchmarking
  5. Blended pedagogy
  6. Curriculum development and transformation
  7. Design of process / product teaching
  8. Digitalisation
  9. Distance education
  10. Diversity
  11. Employability skills
  12. Entrepreneurship programs
  13. Immersive teaching methodologies
  14. Industry-academic linkages
  15. Lifelong learning
  16. Multidisciplinary programs
  17. New pedagogical technology
  18. Practicals and virtual laboratories
  19. Problem-based learning
  20. Simulation tools in education
  21. Social responsibility and professionalism
  22. Student recruitment and retention and transition programs
  23. Web-based learning

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