Journals on Teaching & Learning
These journals provide disciplinary-specific educational research that can be applied in the engineering classroom or provide a review of the literature for engineering education research initiatives. The CRLT website houses CRLT Occasional Papers, short and informative pedagogical papers written by CRLT staff and U-M faculty, that can be accessed here.
has a mission to disseminate significant, proven innovations in engineering education practice, especially those that are best presented through the creative use of multimedia.
examines the economic, cultural, and social factors which influence the education of engineers in different societies and provides a forum in which teachers in engineering schools, institutions and industry can share accounts of good practice and discuss methodology.
is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal with the mission of becoming the flagship journal of education science for operations research (OR), management science (MS), and analytics at all levels worldwide. ITE publishes research articles on education and learning as well as encouraging creation and facilitating dissemination of classroom-tested pedagogical approaches, case studies, software, data sets, and other educational materials.
serves as an international interdisciplinary forum of reference for engineering education. It provides a balance between papers on developments in educational methods technology, case studies, laboratory applications, new theoretical approaches, educational policy and survey papers. It also gives comprehensive coverage of new education schemes and techniques.
is a peer-reviewed international journal published quarterly by the American Society for Engineering Education. It serves as an archival record of the leading scholarly research in engineering education.
is a quarterly, peer-reviewed publication for educators in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education. The journal emphasizes real-world case studies that focus on issues that are relevant and important to STEM practitioners.