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In engineering education, there have been notable front runners that have paved the way for others on the issue of Sustainable Development, and two decades after Brundtland, various engineering schools have accepted the challenge of teaching it to future engineers. Reflecting this increase in interest, The European Journal of Engineering Education has published already several articles analyzing and reflecting on SD teaching practices.
In this special issue, we want to go beyond factual reports on technical subjects, curriculum change and institutional embedding. Although we might learn from reports on each other’s successful course or subject, we are really looking for comparative studies focusing on best practices at each level of SD integration.
Those that are interested in submitting a paper are invited to submit by mail a one page abstract, before September 10, 2007, to the special issue editors.
For further information or to receive some feedback on your ideas, you can contact the editors of this special issue.
From 27 September 2007 till 29 September 2007 Location: Sofia, Bulgaria
The workshop aims to create a collaborative working
space for young researchers and PhD students from the region of the Balkans,
the new member states and the associated to the EU countries. Thus the workshop
would contribute to the sharing of ideas and expertise and to the development
of Technology-enhanced learning in the region. It is part of the Balkan
Conference in Informatics – BCI2007. The scope of the workshop includes, but is not limited, to topics related to the specific regional and educational issues of TEL and the
technologies supporting TEL.