Very few publications exist outlining the different publishing opportunities within engineering education as a discipline. Most researchers think immediately of the Journal of Engineering Education (JEE), and as the primary publication associated with the American Society for Engineering Education it is a logical first thought.
Questions arise with new graduate students and young faculty who are trying to learn the scope of engineering education as a research discipline and need to identify possible publication venues. A broad list of publications has been generated and is maintained by the ASEE Student Division in cooperation with the Center for Engineering Learning and Teaching (CELT) at the University of Washington (http://engineeringeducationlist.pbworks.com/w/page/27614165/Engineering Education Research Publication Venues) and will be used as the starting point for this analysis. It offers broad categorization, but does not provide additional information about a publication or any ratings. A systematic review of the potential publication venues, including raking factors such as impact factor, SJR, and h-index, review procedures, copyright expectations, indexing, longevity, and subject focus will all be considered. A simple ranking system is used to weight the publications in several categories and totaled for an overall rating.
The results will be presented as sorted lists of publications based on different rankings in several categories. The database of gathered information will be publicly available for users to search for publication venues on the criteria most important to them.
engineering education, journals
Date of this Version
Van Epps, Amy S., "Beyond JEE: Finding Publication Venues to Get your Message to the ‘Right’ Audience" (2013). Libraries Faculty and Staff Scholarship and Research. Paper 64.