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Special session - communities in practice in engineering education: what are we learning?

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Engineering education research crosses multiple disciplines and as such there are no discrete or clear guidelines. Rather, it is evolving through practice - and the community is at a point in time where dialogue and community building are important next steps for advancing engineering education scholarship. The goal of this interactive session is to make visible and shared what we as a community are learning - a form of knowledge that has typically been outside the realm of formal presentations and publications. We will do this by creating an interactive knowledge creating community of practice forum on challenges of engaging in engineering education research and strategies for success. To anchor the forum, we will draw on the shared experiences of engineering faculty and graduate students who participated in a year long engineering education research program, the Institute for Scholarship on Engineering Education (ISEE)

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Frontiers in Education, 2005. FIE '05. Proceedings 35th Annual Conference

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19-22 Oct. 2005