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Continuing Engineering Education and the IEEE

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Considering continuing education in its broadest sense, the IEEE has provided a wide variety of learning experiences since its founding in 1884. Indeed, the type and number of offerings has become so diffuse as to cause a "masking" effect to develop conceming its educational role over the years. While continuing to provide a plethora of educational material, the IEEE in recent years has attempted to focus on specific tutorial material directed at its individual member audience as well as its geographic units, utilizing the most effective media at its disposal. The programs currently underway are described and some thoughts on the directions the Institute might go in the future are discussed.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 2 )