We encourage contributions related to philosophy, strategy and tactics, as well as to more technical topics that include interactive learning environments, multimedia, networks, distance learning, virtual reality, demonstrations, simulators, software, hardware and all other aspects of information technologies applied to instruction in engineering and science, both at educational institutions and in industry.
A special feature of the proposed special issue will be distribution of a CD-ROM as a complement to the printed pages. Although the CD-ROM may contain files of the printed contributions, its main purpose is to permit distribution and archiving of special material related to the printed articles. Examples include software (executable files and/or source code or even installation software), color graphics, video files, sound files and postscript files. Cross-platform compatibility will be achieved by treating the CD-ROM essentially as a World Wide Web (WWW) server. Contact the guest editor for detailed instructions about submission of contributions.
We expect the special issue will be a multidisciplinary effort.
We strongly encourage contributions from all disciplines of engineering
For finalized details on submission of contributions, contact:
Professor Marion O. Hagler
Guest Editor, Special Issue on Application of IT to Engineering and Science Education
Department of Electrical Engineering
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79409-3102
Page charges are mandatory for publications in this special issue.