iNEER Conference for Engineering

Education and Research



 National Cheng Kung University

Tainan, Taiwan, March 1-5, 2005



Assessment in Engineering Education


Assessment of student learning is an important component of various practices targeted at enhancing engineering education. Engineering educators typically lack in developing effective assessment strategies and collaborative activities with experts in academic assessment are on the rise.


Papers describing design and implementation of effective assessment techniques are invited. Topics may include development of various tools / software for in-class or program assessment, use of electronic portfolios in assessment, development of rubrics for assessing engineering instruction, assessment tools for large size classes, techniques for assessing group work, writing assignments, and visual displays. A critical review of assessment techniques in engineering education will be useful for engineering educators around the world.





Aug 20, 2004


Abstract due

Sept 01, 2004


Notice of acceptance/ rejection

Oct 20, 2004


Final paper due

Nov 20, 2004


Notice of final paper acceptance/ rejection

Dec 10, 2004


Participant early registration closed and deadline for authors’ registration to ensure publishing of submitted papers



Further information is available at the iCEER-2005 Web site:





Session Chair:

Dr. John Muffo

Director, Academic Assessment Program
Virginia Tech

Blacksburg, VA 24061-0157, USA

Phone: 540-231-6003



Dr Vinod K. Lohani

Associate Professor, Department of Engineering Education

Virginia Tech

Blacksburg, VA 24061, USA

Phone: 540- 231-9545

FAX:   540-231-6903