2014 Conference Papers & Abstracts

Below is a list of published papers and abstracts from the IACEE 14th World Conference on Continuing Engineering Education held at Stanford University in June 2014. Please click on the links to view the pdf.

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Publication date: June 20, 2014
First edition, 2014
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Abstract 9:Transforming Engineering Undergraduate Programs in Vietnam: A Public-Private Partnership
Jeffrey Goss

Paper 33:The Quality Management and Innovation of Continuing Education Collaboration Between Peking University and Industries
Peng Hu, Jianjun Hou

Abstract 35:Practices and Cases of Training Excellent Engineering Master in National University of Defense Technology
Fu Zhong-Li, Zhang Huang, Wu Tong, LI Po, Zhang Chang-Fang

Abstract 54:Finding and Motivating Experienced Instructors for Online Courses
Kevin Curry

Paper 56:WEB 2.0 Tools in the College Classroom
Rita Loop-Rodriguez, Jenelle Eager, Yevgeniy Gerasimenko, Kenneth David II

Paper 60:The Analysis of Continuing Education Operating Mode in Beijing Association for Science and Technology
Jinnan Chen, Xuefeng Li, Haining Li

Abstract 61:A New Reality for Engineers: Global Work Teams
Susan Bray

Abstract 65:How Goldman Sachs Upgrades Cyber Talent Worldwide
Robert Ubell

Paper 66:Learning by Doing - The Way of Baosteel Enterprise Professional Training
Lihong Zhang

Paper 69:Recognition of Professional Qualifications from Learning Online
Alfredo Soeiro

Abstract 70:Sharing Lessons Learned for an International Multi-Institutional Course
Edward Jaselskis

Paper 74:Training the 21st Century Workforce for China's SOEs Expanding Overseas
Jun He, Xiqing Luo

Paper 82:Exploration of the Mode of Industry and University Collaboration Based on Requirement Mechanism
Fengchun Sun, Jianjun Zhang, Daofu Ming, Keyong Wang

Paper 83: "Circle the Square" Fostering Creativity in Engineering Education
Iko Avital, Gdalya Mazor

Paper 85:Characteristic Internship Activities on Collaborative and Practical R&D Projects
Tetsuo Oka, Masakazu Sengoku, Shuji Harada, Yuji Tanabe, Nozomu Ishii, Shin-ya Nishimura, Takashi Sato

Paper 86:An Educational Program through Multi-Organizational Collaborations on Design and Construction in Japan
Shin-ya Nishimura, Satoshi Boda, Shinji Terada, Noriko Sakurai

Paper 88:UnCareers: Emergent Reflexive Contingent Learning Pathways
David Radcliffe

Paper 90:Rethinking Distance Education for Engineering Staff
Diao Qingjun, Chen Xiaogeng, Ding Wu

Paper 91:A New Conceptual Model for Finding and Fostering the Drive Towards CEE
Marc Goossens, Ellen Sjoer, Bente Norgaard

Abstract 93:Investigation on Continuing Medical Education Situation of 23 Medical Colleges in China
Zhen Ma

Abstract 96:Assessing Global Competence: The Attributes of a Global Engineering Project
Stephen Hundley

Paper 97:Using Competency Models to Guide Rail Transportation System Workforce Development
Carl Vieth, Stephen Pudloski, Philip OLeary, Shadeequa Miller, Joni Graves, David Peterson

Abstract 98:Critical to Quality Characteristics of Professional Master of Engineering Online Degree Programs; A Meta-Analysis of Market Research
Carl Vieth, Wayne Pferdehirt, Philip O'Leary, Marty Gustafson

Paper 102:Innovation in Education: Five Scenarios that offer Insights into a Path Forward for the Future of Education
Kenneth L. James, Donald F. Gatzke

Paper 103:Short-Term Student Exchange from 2011 to 2013 for Aspiring Globalization of Engineering Students in Niigata University
Takashi Sato, Shuichi Sakamoto, Tadaaki Shimizu, Takamasa Suzuki, Tomohiro Sasaki, Tetsuo Oka, Yasushi Goto, Hideki Ikeda, Anja Hopf, Lutz Wisweh, Takatsune Narumi

Paper 104:The User-requirements-oriented Development of Continuing Education Course Resources
Xuexiang Yang, Peng Hu

Abstract 105:The MOOC That Roared
Anthony Morris, Chris Champion, Errol la Grange

Paper 107:Leveraging Leadership Labs to Reinforce the Teaching of Leadership Capabilities to Future Engineering Leaders
Bente Norgaard, Pall Jensson, Ove Bayard, Magnus Areskoug

Paper 112:Competency Development of Global Professionals: Adaptation of Content Delivery and Interactivity based on Cross-cultural Learning Styles
Zachary J. Gredlics, Soma Chakrabarti

Paper 113:Engineering Distance Education at Deakin University Australia
John M. Long, Matthew A. Joordens, Guy Littlefair

Paper 114:Enhancement of Efficiency and Sustainability of CE by Adopting Agile Management Methodologies for Professionalization of Educational Network and Program Development
Christian-Andreas Schumann,Helge Gerischer, Claudia Tittmann, Martin-Andreas Schumann, Antonio Teixeira, Jana Weber, Feng Xiao

Abstract 115:Fund Raising 2.0: New Boundaries for University Lifelong Learning
Patricio Montesinos, Angela P. Lopez

Paper 116:Learner Centric Enhancement Towards Socio Moodle
Pavani Cherukuru, Anil Agarwal, Krishna Chandramouli, Ebroul Izquierdo

Paper 118:Experiments in Developing Future Engineer-leaders through Value Creation Programs
Luda Kopeikina, Rose Ramli

Abstract 119:Building the Cooperation Platform between Continuing Education & Enterprises with the University Board as the Core
Jianfei Shen

Paper 122:Preparing Next Generation Engineers for Changing Global Economy and Work Environments
Ashok K. Agrawal, Rocio C. Chavela Guerra, Norman L. Fortenberry

Paper 124:Case Study: Partnership with Storage Technology Company in Teaching an Undergraduate Level Course
Rajeev Agrawal, Kim Yohannan

Abstract 126:Making First Moments: Classroom Storytelling Measures Vulnerability for Startup Project Success
Barbara Karanian, Mona Eskandari, Jackie Liao

Paper 127:Exploration and Practice of Continuing Medical Education Conducted by Jiangsu Medical Association under the Circumstance of Healthcare Reform
Suzhen Qi, Feng Qian

Paper 130:Analysis on the needs of Engineers in Electric Power Industry for Continuing Engineering Education in China
Huijun Tian, Huan Lei, Fei Shi, Sunyu Wang

Abstract 136:Primary Investigation on Application of "Credit Bank" in Continuing Engineering Education management
Ling Yuan, Yanfei Guo

Abstract 145:Virtual Modelling as educational process technology
Vladimir Korolev

Paper 146:Design and Implementation of Cloud Classroom
Guozhen Jiang, Shuping Wu, Yu Sun

Abstract 147:Employing the Flipped Classroom Model in an Upper Division Civil Engineering Course
Laura Sullivan-Green

Abstract 149:Bridging University and industry through Establishing the National Academic Credit Bank System: The Role of the Open University of China
Li-ke Wang

Abstract 151:Tomorrow's School Today: Creating Science and Technology Partnerships with Universities Corporations and NGOs for Secondary School Students
Diana Lynne Ibarra

Paper 153:Integrating Creativity and Innovation in Indian Engineering Education System
Sandeep Potnis, Pradeep Waychal

Paper 154:Self Learning Models: Interactive Teaching Aid
Sandeep Potnis, Pradeep Waychal

Paper 156:Problems Challenges and Suggestions of Continuing Engineering Education in China
Lin cui, Tingting Yang, Jing Lin

Abstract 160:Energy Engineering Based on Industry Needs A New Profile at a Masters Program in Industrial Engineering and Management
Joakim Wren

Paper 161:Students Redefine Collaboration Using an Intelligent Wall an Academic Experiment for Industry
Barbara A. Karanian, Cole Patterson, Tristan Sansbury

Paper 163:Becoming a Sustainable Techno-Entrepreneur
Ellen Sjoer, Marc Goossens

Paper 164:Collaborative Inquiry as a Lifelong Learning Methodology to Address a Diverse and Distributed Global Workforce in Engineering
Scott A. Hofacker

Abstract 165:School of Technology - Admissions Marketing or Science Popularization? Estonian case study
Marika Olander, Kristina Piliste

Abstract 166:Flipping the Foundation: Circuits I
Gloria Kim

Abstract 168:A Case Study of Continuous Quality Improvement in the Management of Continuing Professional Development CPD
Kim Scalzo

Abstract 169:Open SUNY: Transforming Open and Online Education to Meet the State's Workforce Development Need
Kim Scalzo

Abstract 170:Leveraging Leadership Labs to Reinforce the Teaching of Leadership Capabilities to Future Engineering Leaders
Simon Pitts

Paper 172:Role of Entrepreneurship in the Evolution of Engineering Education
Kaveh Pahlavan, Vahid Motevalli and Allan H Levesque

Paper 176:The Changing Needs of Engineers for Professional Development
Katriina Schrey-Niemenmaa, Sanja Mursu

Abstract 177:A Successful Academia-Industry Partnership
Carissa Little, Tim Wasserman

Abstract 179:The Move to Online: Transforming or Transmission
Wayne Pferdehirt

Paper 183:Management for Educational Innovation: Critical Success Factors and Critical Success Process
Angela López, Patricio Montesinos

Abstract 185:Innovation in Education: Implementing Flipped Classroom Strategy
Daniel Toro-Gonzalez

Abstract 186:MOOCs and Stackable Credentials/Credits: New Drivers of US Economic Growth through Workforce Development
Gale Tenen Spak

Abstract 187:Smart Partners: Business & Academia Creating Adaptive Technology to Improve Student Outcomes in Engineering
Gangadhara Prusty, Dror Ben-Naim