Since 1963 the International Journal of Electrical Engineering Education (IJEEE) has been a showcase for best practice and new developments in the teaching of electrical engineering and electronics. Topical articles and book reviews are featured which range from projects, case studies and reports of laboratory practice to broader developments such as new teaching methods, curriculum design, assessment, validation and the impact of e-learning technologies. All papers are peer-reviewed.
The editors are based in the School, supported by an international panel of editorial advisers. IJEEE is published quarterly (96pp.) with high-quality illustrations, in both print and on-line formats, by Manchester University Press. Contents and abstracts are available on-line; access to full papers is available to institutional subscribers; individuals can purchase access to single papers. There are no page charges, but prospective authors should refer to the journal guidelines elsewhere on these pages with regard to length and scope of papers. Sample papers are available at MetaPress.
As of December 2014 IJEEE has a new publisher and a new Editor.
These pages will be updated soon to reflect the changes. Papers already submitted will be transferred automatically and no action is required by authors. Visit the IJEEE page on the Sage website for current information about the journal.