Journal: IEEE Trans. Education

Volume 48, Issue 4

565 -- 566R. Reilly. Guest Editorial Web-Based Instruction: Doing Things Better and Doing Better Things
567 -- 573William Gerard Hurley, Chi Kwan Lee. Development, implementation, and assessment of a web-based power electronics laboratory
574 -- 579Dante Del Corso, Emanuela Ovcin, Gaetano Morrone. A teacher friendly environment to foster learner-centered customization in the development of interactive educational packages
580 -- 585Jorge Bergasa-Suso, David Adrian Sanders, Giles Tewkesbury. Intelligent browser-based systems to assist Internet users
586 -- 598Shyamala C. Sivakumar, William Robertson, Maen M. Artimy, Nauman Aslam. A web-based remote interactive laboratory for Internetworking education
599 -- 604Billy V. Koen. Creating a sense of "Presence" in a web-based PSI course: the search for Mark Hopkins' log in a digital world
605 -- 611Sudhir P. Mudur, Prachi Gharpure, Parvati Rajan. A methodical assessment of integrative model-based E-course development
612 -- 618Arthur C. Graesser, Patrick Chipman, Brian C. Haynes, Andrew Olney. AutoTutor: an intelligent tutoring system with mixed-initiative dialogue
619 -- 631Euan Lindsay, Malcolm C. Good. Effects of laboratory access modes upon learning outcomes
632 -- 641Sergio L. Toral Marín, Federico José Barrero-García, M. Rocío Martínez-Torres, Sergio Gallardo Vázquez, Antonio Javier Lillo Moreno. Implementation of a web-based educational tool for digital signal processing teaching using the technological acceptance model
642 -- 651Gao-Wei Chang, Zong-Mu Yeh, Hsiu-Ming Chang, Shih-Yao Pan. Teaching photonics laboratory using remote-control web technologies
652 -- 657Wei-Fan Chen. Effect of web-browsing interfaces in web-based instruction: a quantitative study
658 -- 663Chris R. Smaill. The implementation and evaluation of OASIS: a web-based learning and assessment tool for large classes
664 -- 675Iztok Humar, Anton R. Sinigoj, Janez Bester, Marion O. Hagler. Integrated component web-based interactive learning systems for engineering
676 -- 687Huey-Ing Liu, Min-Num Yang. QoL guaranteed adaptation and personalization in E-learning systems
688 -- 695Eduardo Guzmán, Ricardo Conejo. Self-assessment in a feasible, adaptive web-based testing system
696 -- 704Denis Gillet, Anh Vu Nguyen-Ngoc, Yassine Aziz Rekik. Collaborative web-based experimentation in flexible engineering education
705 -- 712Charles Snow, John Mark Pullen, Priscilla M. McAndrews. Network EducationWare: an open-source web-based system for synchronous distance education
713 -- 718George Scheets, Mark Weiser, Ramesh Sharda. Changing a standard telecommunications laboratory to a same-time-different-place virtual laboratory format: techniques utilized and lessons learned
719 -- 728Carol Hulls, Adam Neale, Ben Komalo, Val Petrov, David J. Brush. Interactive online tutorial assistance for a first programming course
729 -- 734Leonardo Palma, Rebecca F. Morrison, Prasad N. Enjeti, Jo W. Howze. Use of web-based materials to teach electric circuit theory
735 -- 749Andreas Spanias, Venkatraman Atti. Interactive online undergraduate laboratories using J-DSP
750 -- 756Selwyn Piramuthu. Knowledge-based web-enabled agents and intelligent tutoring systems
757 -- 763María S. Pérez, Pilar Herrero, Francisco M. Sánchez, Víctor Robles. Are web self-assessment tools useful for training?
764 -- 771Betsy M. Aller, Andrew A. Kline, Edmund Tsang, Raja Aravamuthan, AdamC. Rasmusson, Colleen Phillips. WeBAL: a web-based assessment library to enhance teaching and learning in engineering
772 -- 778Christelle Vézien, Bernard Clairac, Bernard Fontas, Steve Guyot. Conceiving an easy-to-understand and automated polarimeter: application to a study of collagen

Volume 48, Issue 3

341 -- 344Mark J. T. Smith, George R. Wodicka, Babak Ziaie. Guest Editorial Should Biology Be Required in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering Curricula?
345 -- 349Tariq S. Durrani. 2004 IEEE Educational Activities Board Awards
350 -- 358Daniel M. Litynski. IEEE Education Society Awards and Frontiers in Education Conference Awards
359 -- 374Armando A. Rodriguez, Richard P. Metzger, Oguzhan Cifdaloz, Thanate Dhirasakdanon. Description of a Modeling, Simulation, Animation, and Real-Time Control (MoSART) Environment for a Class of Electromechanical Systems
375 -- 381Paul Record. Teaching the Art of Fault Diagnosis in Electronics by a Virtual Learning Environment
382 -- 390Maja Pantic, Reinier Zwitserloot, Robbert-Jan Grootjans. Teaching Introductory Artificial Intelligence Using a Simple Agent Framework
391 -- 399Juan Touriño, María J. Martín, Jacobo Tarrío, Manuel Arenaz. A Grid Portal for an Undergraduate Parallel Programming Course
400 -- 401Thomas G. Cleaver, Loay M. Elbasyouni. Student Online Assessment Behaviors
402 -- 412Orit Hazzan, Dalit Levy, Ayellet Tal. Electricity in the Palms of Her Hands - The Perception of Electrical Engineering by Outstanding Female High School Pupils
413 -- 421Ronald J. Pieper, Sherif Michael. Comprehensive Analytical Approach to Predicting Freeze-Out and Exhaustion for Uniform Single-Impurity Semiconductors in Equilibrium
422 -- 429M. Rocío Martínez-Torres, Federico Barrero, Sergio L. Toral Marín, Sergio Gallardo Vázquez. A Digital Signal Processing Teaching Methodology Using Concept-Mapping Techniques
430 -- 437Clemens Kerer, Gerald Reif, Thomas Gschwind, Engin Kirda, Roman Kurmanowytsch, Marek Paralic. ShareMe: Running a Distributed Systems Lab for 600 Students With Three Faculty Members
438 -- 447Jana Reisslein, Patrick Seeling, Martin Reisslein. Computer-Based Instruction on Multimedia Networking Fundamentals: Equational Versus Graphical Representation
448 -- 461Kathleen E. Wage, John R. Buck, Cameron H. G. Wright, Thad B. Welch. The Signals and Systems Concept Inventory
462 -- 471Robert W. Ives, Yingzi Du, Delores M. Etter, Thad B. Welch. A Multidisciplinary Approach to Biometrics
472 -- 481Francisco Javier Ferrero Martín, Juan Carlos Campo Rodriguez, Juan Carlos Álvarez Antón, Juan Carlos Viera Pérez, Cecilio Blanco Viejo, Manuela González Vega. An Electronic Instrumentation Design Project for Computer Engineering Students
482 -- 489Alejandra Martínez-Monés, Eduardo Gómez-Sánchez, Yannis A. Dimitriadis, Iván M. Jorrín-Abellán, Bartolomé Rubia-Avi, Guillermo Vega-Gorgojo. Multiple Case Studies to Enhance Project-Based Learning in a Computer Architecture Course
490 -- 496Randal T. Abler, Gail Wells. Distributed Engineering Education: Evolution of the Telecollaboration Stations for Individualized Distance Learning
497 -- 502David W. Parent, Eric J. Basham, Yasser Dessouky, Stacy Gleixner, Gregory Young, Emily Allen. Improvements to a Microelectronic Design and Fabrication Course
503 -- 512Catherine K. Skokan, Marcelo Godoy Simões, Jean-Pierre Delplanque, Joan Gosink. ABET 2000 Challenges in Curricular Compression: Fluids and Circuits - A Pilot 2+1+1 Approach
513 -- 519Jacinto M. Jimenez, Fulgencio Soto, Esther de Jódar, José A. Villarejo, Joaquín Roca-Dorda. A New Approach for Teaching Power Electronics Converter Experiments
520 -- 530Shuhui Li, Abrar A. Khan. Applying IT Tools to a Laboratory Course for Measurement, Analysis, and Design of Electric and Electronic Circuits
531 -- 539Jana Reisslein, Robert K. Atkinson, Patrick Seeling, Martin Reisslein. Investigating the Presentation and Format of Instructional Prompts in an Electrical Circuit Analysis Computer-Based Learning Environment
540 -- 550Thomas J. Cavicchi. Experimentation and Analysis: SigLab/MATLAB Data Acquisition Experiments for Signals and Systems
551 -- 558Tyson S. Hall, David V. Anderson. A Framework for Teaching Real-Time Digital Signal Processing With Field-Programmable Gate Arrays
559 -- 561Baquer Mazhari. On the Estimation of Frequency Response in Amplifiers Using Miller's Theorem
562 -- 563Wenbin Luo. A Comment on "Transient Analysis of Energy Equation of Dynamic Systems"

Volume 48, Issue 2

213 -- 215T. Clausen. Guest Editorial Undergraduate Engineering Education Challenged by The Bologna Declaration
216 -- 222Miroslav N. Velev. Integrating formal verification into an advanced computer architecture course
223 -- 229Gerasimos K. Pagiatakis. Teaching telecommunications to electronics technical engineers: an integral course on telecommunication systems
230 -- 237Rong-Guey Ho, Yung-Chin Yen. Design and evaluation of an XML-based platform-independent computerized adaptive testing system
238 -- 247Euan W. Dempster, M. Howard Williams, Albert Burger, Hamish Taylor. A tool for supporting the teaching of parallel database systems
248 -- 253Andrea Forte, Mark Guzdial. Motivation and nonmajors in computer science: identifying discrete audiences for introductory courses
254 -- 263R. Alan Cheville, Arthur McGovern, Kay S. Bull. The light applications in science and engineering research collaborative undergraduate laboratory for teaching (LASER CULT)-relevant experiential learning in photonics
264 -- 273Jovan Djordjevic, Bosko Nikolic, Aleksandar Milenkovic. Flexible web-based educational system for teaching computer architecture and organization
274 -- 278S. C. Dutta Roy. A simple derivation of the spectral transformations for IIR filters
279 -- 289Ahmet Bindal, Sandeep Mann, Billal N. Ahmed, Liza A. Raimundo. An undergraduate system-on-chip (SoC) course for computer engineering students
290 -- 300Valery Sklyarov, Iouliia Skliarova. Teaching reconfigurable systems: methods, tools, tutorials, and projects
301 -- 306Thomas F. Stafford. Understanding motivations for Internet use in distance education
307 -- 312Behrooz Vahidi, Jamal Beiza. Using PSpice in teaching impulse Voltage testing of power transformers to senior undergraduate students
313 -- 317Edward A. Clancy, Paula Quinn, Judith E. Miller. Assessment of a case study laboratory to increase awareness of ethical issues in engineering
318 -- 328Konstantinos A. Gotsis, Sotirios K. Goudos, John N. Sahalos. A test lab for the performance analysis of TCP over ethernet LAN on windows operating system
329 -- 336Luciano Boquete, Ignacio Bravo Munoz, Rafael Barea, José Manuel Rodríguez Ascariz, Jose L. Martín. Practical laboratory project in telemedicine: Supervision of electrocardiograms by mobile telephony
337 -- 339Mikael Berndtsson. Analyzing course configurations for teaching object-oriented modeling and design

Volume 48, Issue 1

1 -- 2J. Reiman. Guest Editorial: The Stepford Administrators
3 -- 10Chris J. Harrison, Omar M. Sallabi, Stephen E. Eldridge. An initial object-oriented programming language (IOPL) and its implementation
11 -- 15Tarik Ozkul. Teaching fieldbus standards to computer engineering students
16 -- 22C. Palanichamy, Sundar Babu. A visual package for educating preparatory transmission line series compensation
23 -- 28Primoz Podrzaj, Braco Regojevic, Zoran Kariz. An enhanced mechanical system for studying the basics of control system dynamics
29 -- 36Jessica Masters, Tara M. Madhyastha, Ali Shakouri. Educational Applets for active learning in properties of electronic materials
37 -- 46Saffet Ayasun, Chika O. Nwankpa. Induction motor tests using MATLAB/Simulink and their integration into undergraduate electric machinery courses
47 -- 52Alon Kuperman, Raul Rabinovici. Virtual torque and inertia loading of controlled electric drive
53 -- 59José Luis Rodríguez-Marrero. Simplified analysis of feedback amplifiers
60 -- 62Baquer Mazhari, Aditya Mahajan. An improved interpretation of depletion approximation in p-n-junctions
63 -- 72M. Brian Blake. Integrating large-scale group projects and software engineering approaches for early computer science courses
73 -- 80Ramon Costa-Castelló, Jordi Nebot, Robert Griñó. Demonstration of the internal model principle by digital repetitive control of an educational laboratory plant
81 -- 88Massimiliano de Magistris. A MATLAB-based virtual laboratory for teaching introductory quasi-stationary electromagnetics
89 -- 98Antonio García Dopico, Santiago Rodríguez, Francisco Rosales, José Luis Pedraza. Automatic management of laboratory work in mass computer engineering courses
99 -- 104Said Hadjerrouit. Learner-centered web-based instruction in software engineering
105 -- 110Dong Jin Lim. An undergraduate laboratory course in real-time dynamic control
111 -- 117Baquer Mazhari. Amplifier analysis: a tradeoff perspective
118 -- 126Edward A. Billard. Introducing software engineering developments to a classical operating systems course
127 -- 132José Nelson Amaral, Paul Berube, Paras Mehta. Teaching digital design to computing science students in a single academic term
133 -- 139Athanasis Karoulis, Ioannis Stamelos, Lefteris Angelis, Andreas S. Pombortsis. Formally assessing an instructional tool: a controlled experiment in software engineering
140 -- 149Sergio Bermejo. Cooperative electronic learning in virtual laboratories through forums
150 -- 156T. Grandon Gill. Learning C++ "Submarine Style": a case study
157 -- 161Cristian Domnisoru. Using MATHCAD in teaching power engineering
162 -- 168J. S. Yuan, Li Yang. Teaching digital noise and noise margin issues in engineering education
169 -- 182Jiann S. Yuan, Jia Di. Teaching low-power electronic design in electrical and computer engineering
183 -- 190Chunting Mi, Zheng John Shen, Theresa Ceccarelli. Continuing education in power electronics
191 -- 197Faruque Ahamed, Frank A. Scarpino. An educational digital communications project using FPGAs to implement a BPSK detector
198 -- 205Mark H. Somerville, David Anderson, Hillary Berbeco, John R. Bourne, Jill D. Crisman, Diana Dabby, Helen Donis-Keller, Stephen S. Holt, Sherra E. Kerns, David V. Kerns, Robert Martello, Richard K. Miller, Michael Moody, Gill A. Pratt, Joanne Pratt, Christina Shea, Stephen Schiffman, Sarah Spence Adams, Lynn Andrea Stein, Jonathan D. Stolk, Brian D. Storey, Burt S. Tilley, Benjamin Vandiver, Yevgeniya V. Zastavker. The Olin curriculum: thinking toward the future
206 -- 207Michel Elizabeth Holder. A modified Karnaugh map technique