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1 1 The IEEE Educational Activities Board 16 June 2007 Meeting Philadelphia, PA

2 2 Informal meeting/Caucus

3 3 EABs Mandate l The IEEE Educational Activities Board (EAB) shall… l Recommend to the Board of Directors policies on educational matters l Implement programs specifically intended to serve and benefit IEEE members in educational pursuits l And the engineering and scientific community, and the general public.

4 4 EABs programs l Broad planning of educational activities of the IEEE l Development and delivery of continuing education products and activities l Development of guidelines for the IEEE representatives to accreditation bodies l Monitoring of accreditation activities l Coordination of pre-university programs l Representation of the IEEE in matters regarding engineering education

5 5 EABs Mandate l The EAB shall be the IEEE interface in education-related matters with external bodies l EAB shall be responsible for administration of the annual assessment paid to ABET, Inc.

6 6 2007 Membership ChairMoshe Kam Vice Chair/N&AJim Tien Strategic PlanningEleanor Baum Section OutreachAnu Gokhale Society OutreachKen Yang Continuing EducationRoger Sudbury Pre-university Education Arthur Winston Accreditation CouncilDavid Baker

7 7 2007 Membership RA/ Global Accreditation Jose Antonio de la O Public AwarenessAmy Bell FinanceDavid Hodges Technical ActivitiesAndrew Blanchard Technical ActivitiesStuart Long Regional ActivitiesS.K. Ramesh Continuing EducationRoger Sudbury Educational OutreachDouglas Gorham

8 8 Representatives and Liaisons ASEEJim Melsa GOLDVerona Wong HKNJ. David Irwin WIEKaren Panetta IEEE Education Society Joseph Hughes IEEE Computer Society Stephen Seidman

9 9 Themes for the Second 2007 EAB Meeting l Review of progress against 2007 plans l Some programs progress well, some need re- thinking or re-orientation l First consideration of 2008 goals l Discussion of EPICS l Engineering Projects in Community Service l Discussion of Strategic Planning for EAB

10 10 Welcome and Introductions

11 11 Todays agenda 1KamIntroductions/Roll Call08000810 2AllApproval of agenda/consent agenda* 08100815 3KamEAB activity update08150940 Break09409050 4GorhamIEEE Educational Activities- Past, Present and Future 09501010 5Ray, Shoop Member Business Unit Update 10101030

12 12 Todays agenda 6PanettaWomen in Engineering Committee10301040 7GokhaleSections Outreach Committee10401050 8HodgesEAB Finance Committee10501100 9BellReal World Engineering Projects11001115 10KamExecutive Session11151200 Lunch12001300

13 13 11Jamieson, Zoltowski Invited Speakers: EPICS13001410 12FrankelStrategic Planning14101500 Break15001510 13Baillieull, Durniak PSPB: Open Access15101520 14SudburyEducation Partners Program15201530 15PeskinUpdate on University Activity15301540 15.1Report of the IEEE Rep to ABET BoD

14 14 16SeidmanIEEE Computer Society15401550 17Reports from OUs 18Reports from Outside Organizations 19KamNext Meeting: 17 November 2007 Westin Copley Place, Boston 20Old Business 21New Business 22Adjourn1600

15 15 Review of Consent Agenda Approval of 18 February 2007 EAB Meeting Minutes Ratification of EAB Operating Committee Action: Appointment of IEEE Representative to the ABET Board of Directors

16 16 Beginning of Formal Meeting

17 17 (Roll Call)

18 18 Approval of Consent Agenda ?

19 19 Approval of Agenda?

20 20 Vice President Report

21 21 EAB Meeting, Moshe Kam, Philadelphia, 16 June 2007 EABs Activities and Plans

22 22 Outline l New developments in EABs areas of activities l Areas where we are facing difficulties l Action and Discussion Items l Changes in EAB Charters l Editorial Board for EABs Portals l Joint Activities with TAB l Expert Now Pilot l 2008-2009 Outlook

23 23 Pre-University Education EAB seeks to increase the propensity of young people to select Engineering as a career path EAB seeks to improve awareness of the general public about Engineering, Technology and Computing

24 24 Pre-University Education

25 25 Pre-University Education It is not just pre-university anymore

26 26 Current features of TryEngineering Life of An EngineerLesson Plans Become an EngineerAsk an Expert Find a UniversityPlay Games

27 27 On-line Presence: TryEngineering l is becoming an increasingly popular resource for the pre-university and university communities 40,000 visitors per month

28 28 Countries of Users: English Version l US (70%) l India (5%) l China (3.3%) l Canada l United Kingdom l Austria l Australia l Malaysia l Germany l Japan l Thailand l South Africa l Korea l Brazil Assumes that unknown country is distributed like the known countries

29 29 Most Requested Files: Lesson Plans l Build a robot arm l Close to 17,000 downloads l Cracking the Code (bar codes) l Critical Load (Civil Engineering)

30 30 New Lesson Plans Give Binary A TryComputer arithmetic and ALU design Hand Biometrics TechnologyBiometrics Sail AwayWatercraft design Simple Kitchen MachinesSimple Machines Dispenser DesignsDesign: user satisfaction, costs, materials Engineering Ups and DownsElevators Build a Big WheelFerris Wheels Whats new

31 31 Additional New Lesson Plans l Sort it Out l Sticky Engineering Challenge l Ship the Chip l Move That Lighthouse! l A Question of Balance l Program Your Own Game l Engineering Air Traffic l Pipeline Challenge l Infrared Investigations l Hull Engineering l Engineered Sports l Engineered Memory l Wind Tunnel Testing Whats new

32 32 New University Searches: 15 Countries l Australia l Brazil l Canada l Pakistan l France l Germany l India l Japan l Korea l Mexico l New Zealand l Malaysia l South Africa l United Kingdom l United States Whats new

33 33 New Languages: TryEngineering goes international! Chinese DeutschGerman EspañolSpanish FrançaisFrench Japanese русскийRussian Whats new 1 June 2007

34 34 A New Original Game: Questioneering Whats new Question: The following are examples of word processing applications: (A)LaTex and Microsoft Word (B)MIDI and RS-232 (C)Pdf and PCM (D)QWERTY and AZERTY Questions created by 26 graduate students, engineers, and engineering professors Launched Last Night!

35 35 A New Original Game: Questioneering Whats new Question: Artificial neural networks are... (A)Brain implants designed by biomedical engineers (B)Models of interconnected processors used for signal processing and computation (C)Neuron architectures present in people who were in bad brain accidents (D)Internet discussion groups devoted to Cognitive Science We are looking for an Intern to provide players with more feedback

36 36 Future services – focus on the University/College Student l Effective oral and written presentations l Job search and preparation for interview l Writing a resume l Looking for graduate school l Graduate school homepage already available through University Search Whats new New material is being prepared by Carole Mablekos

37 37 Future Services – interviews with students and practitioners l Interviews with students from California State University, Northridge l Interviews with ECE and Biomedical Engineering practitioners engaged in Biometrics work

38 38 Future services: l This website was purchased by EAB in an auction l We also own l We are working on content: l Introduction to Accreditation l List of recognized accrediting bodies worldwide l And the programs they accredit l List of mutual recognition agreements l Including original texts and commentary l Policy papers on accreditation l Links and scholarly papers Coming in August 2007

39 39 Other Future Plans l Refresh material in the Life of an Engineer Section l Expand coverage of engineering disciplines in the Become an Engineer Section l Review and make use of the recent Usability Study made on the portal

40 40 Action Item Establishment of IEEE EAB Editorial Board for Engineering, Technology and Computing Portals

41 41 Objectives (1) Develop strategies for the future of the IEEE websites and portals in the areas of engineering, technology and computing education (2) Prepare plans to maintain and expand the coverage, quality, reach, and relevance of these portals and sites (3) Oversee and monitor the execution of these plans

42 42 Possible Action l Resolved that the establishment of a standing committee of the EAB OPCOM called the IEEE EAB Editorial Board for Engineering, Technology and Computing Portals and proposed Charter shall be approved

43 43 Teacher In Service Program

44 44 The Teacher In Service Program (TISP) l A program that trains IEEE volunteers to work with pre-university teachers l Based on approved Lesson Plans l Prepared by IEEE volunteered l Tested in classrooms l Associated with Education Standards l Designed to highlight engineering design principles l The cost is less than $100 for a class of 30

45 45 How does it work? l Section volunteers run a TISP training event l EAB provides logistical support and instructors l Volunteers gather for a day and a half of training l With teachers and school administrators l Volunteers spread the program in their school districts

46 46

47 47 2006-2007 Complete Underway l Boston (R1) l Indianapolis (R4) l Memphis (R3) l Kuala Lumpur (R10) l Cape Town (R8) l Piura, Peru (R9) l Rio de Janeiro (R9) l Baltimore (R2) l Dallas (R5)

48 48 Expected attendance VenueExpected Attendance PiuraAt least 100 Rio de Janeiro50-70 Baltimore40-60 Dallas50-70

49 49 Recent information From the Field l Six new programs in South Africa l To subject advisors and educators l Total number of affected teachers will be more than 700 l Four new programs in Malaysia l 160 teachers l Continued support from RAB and IEEE- USA

50 50 What TISP still lacks… l A good mechanism to track activities l We keep discovering that activities take place without our knowledge l Quantifying the long-range impact l Expanding the programs to volunteer groups in corporations l Corporate sponsor

51 51 What TISP still lacks… Doug Gorham and Moshe Kam signed up by to promote TISP A 8-figure Contract Dollar Amount Rumored Spokesperson in Piscataway: We have No Comment

52 52 The Munich Summit General Chair: Arthur Winston

53 53 Meeting the Growing Demand For Engineers and Their Educators 2010 - 2020 International Summit Munich, Germany 9 - 11 November 2007

54 54 Munich Summit l General Objective l Steer the educational system at both pre-university and university levels to be more cognizant and more responsive to the anticipated needs for qualified engineers and their educators l Focus l The growing demand for engineers and their educators l Actions required to meet that demand for engineers and their educators in the period 2010-2020. l Participants l Representatives from industry, government, and academia l focus on decision makers and policy makers. Deadline for Abstract submission: 30 June 2007

55 55 Some of our Speakers SpeakerOrganizationPosition Leah JamiesonIEEEPresident Reinhold AchatzSiemensHead of Corporate Technology Nicholas Donofrio IBM Executive VP, Innovation and Technology

56 56 IEEE To Push For More Engineers And Educators Worldwide Sam Davis | ED Online ID #15748 | June 4, 2007 While the demand for engineers has waxed and waned over the past half century, the need seems to be growing again. At least, thats the premise of Meeting the Growing Demand for Engineers and Their Educators 2010-2020, a conference that will be held in Munich, Germany, Nov. 9-11, 2007. =15748

57 57 University Level Activities

58 58 Main Activities l Development of Model Curricula l And related certification and assessment tools l Development of special programs for retention l Programs for education about Standards l Accreditation

59 59 Development of Model Curricula And related certification and assessment tools

60 60 Model Curricula l The work plan of EAB calls for development of model curricula in three areas: l Biometrics l Systems Engineering l Biomedical Engineering l Significant progress in the area of Biometrics: Biometrics Education Working Group

61 61 Biometrics Education Working Group l Leaders: Evangelia Micheli-Tzanakou and Russell Lefevre Goals 1. Pre-university education: presence of Biometrics on 2. University-level education: model curricula 3. Post-university education l Certification in Biometrics l Biometrics Expert Now modules

62 62 Model Curricula in Biometrics l Working group was established l Consisting of IEEE and non-IEEE participants l Leading experts in the field l Leader: Evangelia Micheli-Tzanakou l Most recent meeting: 11 June 2007 l Currently developing l Model curriculum for a major and minor in Biometrics Engineering l Body of Knowledge for an IEEE certification program and model curricula

63 63 Biometrics – Plans for 2007 l A lesson plan on Biometrics on TryEngineering (done) l We wait to see how often it is used l A Biometrics Engineer profile on Life of an Engineer l Development of Body of Knowledge for Biometrics curricula as well as Certification l Development of three Expert Now modules on Biometrics

64 64 Systems Engineering

65 65 Systems Engineering l We were in discussions with the IEEE Systems Council on Model Curricula l Most recently we had a conversation with Nicholas Donofrio l IBM Executive VP, Innovation and Technology l Contact was facilitated by Lew Terman l In July and August we expect to identify the focus and cooperation opportunities with IBM

66 66 Assessment Test for 2- and 4-Year Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology Degree Programs A New Program emerging from EABs Committee on Technical Accreditation Activities

67 67 Assessment Test for 2- and 4-Year Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology Degree Programs l Discussions on the proposed test took place last year l The idea is to supply programs and their graduates with an assessment tool l A credential for the student l An opportunity for the program to compare itself to group averages

68 68 Recent Activities l A proposal for test development was developed with SME l A survey of US programs was conducted l Will you use the test? l How much will your graduates pay for it? l The general reaction was very favorable l The program requires $60-100K for start-up

69 69 Options for the Next Step l New initiative proposal to IEEE l Inclusion in EAB budget/ use of surplus l Proposal to potential external funders l Currently planned – target date 1 September 2007 l Regardless of source, this program will be implemented

70 70 Development of Programs for Increasing Student Retention Amy Bell, Initiative Leader

71 71 Real World Engineering Projects l Development of projects that will lead to a new resource for faculty who teach first year electrical engineering (EE), computer engineering (CE) and computer science (CS) students These projects should: l Focus students on Real World problems with solutions that benefit society l Get students excited about their own, original creative solutions l Increase student retention through personal satisfaction and accomplishment l Enhance student accomplishment through achievement Projects focused on Engineering Technology students are welcome

72 72 Accreditation – Policy Paper

73 73 IEEEs Policy Paper on Accreditation l Purpose l Declare IEEEs core beliefs about accreditation l Guide the activities of IEEE volunteers who work for IEEE on accreditation l Help IEEE representatives to other Boards and Committees understand and explain IEEEs policies l Quick reading in February 2007 l Main problem: description of relation with licensing

74 74 The next steps… l Discussion with CTAA representatives: June 2007 l Done. The only major change is in relations with Licensing l Discussion with CEAA representatives: July 2007 l Discussion with APC: September 2007 l Discussion with EAB: October 2007 and November 2007 l Approval by EAB: November 2007 l Approval by BoD: November 2007

75 75 The First Professional Degree in Engineering

76 76 Background l IEEE was requested to provide its official position on the First Professional Degree in Engineering l Possible designations l A Bachelor of Science or equivalent l Four-year program l A Master of Science or equivalent l A Bachelor-plus l E.g. B.Sc. Plus 30 semester credits So far no similar request to re-consider Engineering Technology

77 77 Main Arguments For Exceeding the B.Sc. Requirement l Increase in the volume of required knowledge needed for engineering practice l This is the essential argument of the US NAE l Comparison of bodies of knowledge required by practitioners in Medicine and Law to that required by Engineering l And differences in professional status l Changes in the mainstream engineering degree structure in Europe l The Bologna Declaration l The positions of ASCE and NAE

78 78 Main Arguments Against Exceeding the B.Sc. Requirement l No demand for a change from the field l No pressure from industry l No complaints on deficiencies with respect to public welfare or safety l Change would increase barriers of entry into engineering l May decrease the propensity of young people to choose engineering as a career path l Change would disrupt the engineering profession l Change is fostered by a registration/licensing system that has already lost its relevancy

79 79 How IEEE will Consider the Matter l Discussion by APC, EAB and the Board in February 2007 l In the EAB meeting, two presentations, pro/con l Distribution of two position papers l Will appear in The Institute in September 2007 l Comment period l Subsequent discussion in November 2007 l Target date for IEEE position is late 2007/early 2008

80 80 Next steps… l Discussion of The Institute insert with CTAA l Review of feedback from the membership by Mid October 2007 l Report to the IEEE BoD in November 2007

81 81 Accreditation Activities Peru, the Caribbean, China, The United States

82 82 Peru l We met with the leadership of ICACIT l During R9 meeting in Lima (March 2007) l During Meeting Series in Philadelphia (June 2007) l We are waiting for a letter from ICACIT: l Need for consultants for new programs l Training needs l Assistance with preparing governance documents of ICACIT

83 83 IEEEs recommendations on the next steps of ICACIT l ICACIT should complete in 2007 l Its governing documents l Populating its commission(s) and committee(s) l ICACIT can be ready for visits in 2008 l We may have another face to face meeting in Piura in August 2007

84 84 The Caribbean l Meeting at the University of West Indies l St Augustine, Trinidad, April 2007 l Leadership of the University, College of Engineering, local government l Mario Gonzalez, Moshe Kam l Discussion of the accreditation needs of UWI l Accreditation Agency for Technology, Engineering and Computing in the Caribbean

85 85 The Caribbean – between now and the end of 2007 l Workshop on accreditation: UWI l September 2007, Port of Spain l Workshop on accreditation in the Caribbean l December 2007, Puerto Rico (maybe)

86 86 China l The Working Group on Education in China is operating l Chair is Professor Shensheng Zhang of Shanghai Jiao Tong University l Planned Activities l Committee on Accreditation Models planning meetings l Shanghai, August and November 2007 l Workshop for officials and decision makers l With CAST, October 2007 IEEE Working Group on Education in China

87 87 Objectives in China l Develop models and pilot studies for an accrediting program l Develop connections to decision making bodies to advance the idea of new accreditation models l Currently working with CAST = the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST)

88 88 The US: ABET l We maintain a continuous dialog with the leadership of ABET l Working closely with CSAB l Our efforts have contributed to l Significant changes in the Financial Model of ABET l The financial model of the new program evaluator training program l Plans for significant changes in the way ABETs BoD operates l Follow-up is Key

89 89 The US: ABET – Issues we need to watch l The way International Accreditation by ABET is implemented l …and the role of non-US program evaluators l The evolution of ABETs governance l We are concerned about the non-activity of the governance task force l ABETs financial health

90 90 Training Program Evaluators l The basic training of program evaluators will be done by ABET l This is a major change l weakens the participation of professional associations in the training of their program evaluators l Provides better quality training compared tot the old death by PowerPoint approach l We have not yet determined how we will train new evaluators on discipline-specific criteria l Program Criteria

91 91 Training Program Evaluators (2) l IEEE has developed an on-line tool for training program evaluators l With Unreal Productions l The infrastructure is good but more work on content is needed l We probably will work simultaneously on content of the tool and application to discipline-specific program criteria

92 92 Education about Standards

93 93 IEEE Standards in Education Portal l A joint project of the Standards Association and EAB l Substantial funding by the US NSF l … provides materials and resources in addition to links to the various Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) and other associations supporting the incorporation of the teaching of standards in the various undergraduate engineering and engineering technology programs

94 94 Main Features l Tutorial modules l Case illustrations l Applications (submitted by users) l Glossary l Reference Guide l News and Features

95 95 Status Snapshot l Additional material is incorporated in the portal on a regular basis l New tutorials, new test cases l Programs that have used the portal are highly satisfied l Educators seeking material for education on standards are finding the site l Indexed in a high position by commercial search engines

96 96 Future Improvements l Look and Feel l Promotion l Letting potential users know the site exists l Explaining how to use the site in undergraduate education l Review of the site with educators outside North America

97 97 Post-university Education

98 98 New Developments: post-university (continuing) Education l IEEE Expert Now l Availability for members l Revenue distribution to societies l EAB investment in modules l Editorial Board l [Certification in Biometrics] l Standards Workshop

99 99 IEEE Expert Now l Availability for members l Revenue distribution to societies l EAB investment in modules l Editorial Board

100 100 IEEE Expert Now l 1-hour long on-line learning modules l Developed by leading experts l Usually on the basis of conference workshops l Professionally produced l Easy to use player-viewer l audio and video files, diagrams, animations, and automatic place marking l Optional CEUs

101 101 Snapshot – May 2007 l 60 courses are available l 37 (15 +22) more are in development l We have five (5) corporate customers l First reimbursement to societies – in 2008 l Members subscription is now available l Though not yet advertised l Members can access a module for a period of 30 days for $69.95

102 102 New in 2007 l An Editorial Board l Quality control, gap analysis, recommendation for EAB investment in modules, sun setting and archiving l Member sales l Module clusters l IEEE 802.11 l Biometrics l Modules about Standards 2007 EAB investments: Standards Biometrics

103 103 IEEE Expert Now Course Projections * based on funding commitments for the current yr.

104 104 Subject Areas Featured in the Collection l Aerospace l Artificial Intelligence l Biomedical Engineering l Circuits & Devices l Communications l Computer (Computer Engineering / Networking / Software; CyberSecurity) l Cybernetics l Instrumentation & Measurement l Lasers & Optics l Management / Professional Development l Microwave Theory & Techniques l Power / Power Electronics l Robotics l Reliability l Signal Processing l Vehicular Technology l Standards

105 105 In 2006 l Aerospace & Electronic Systems l Communications l Circuits & Systems l Computational Intelligence l Electron Devices l Engineering in Medicine & Biology l Industry Applications l Lasers & Electro-Optics l Microwave Theory & Techniques l Power Electronics l Reliability l Robotics & Automation l Solid-State Circuits l Systems, Man & Cybernetics l Vehicular Technology Societies Funding Development In 2007 to dateIn 2006 Societies Funding Development

106 106 22 New Modules SocietyNumber of Modules AAES3 CIS3 ComSoc1 EDS2 EMBS1 IAS1 LEOS2 MTT-S5 SSCS2 PELS2

107 107 General Parameters l IEEE Expert Now is sold by IEEE Sales and Marketing l Course modules are produced by NETg l NETg was sold to SkillSoft in November 2006 l Academic sales via IEEE Xplore® to start in 3 rd Qtr. 2007 l Revenue sharing to sponsoring OUs expected to begin in early 2008

108 108 Who can buy Expert Now? EntityFormatDelivery CorporationsThe whole library Thomson NetG platform* or customers system Government Organizations Academic Institutions Thomson NetG platform or IEEE XPLORE MembersOne course at a time IEEE XPLORE * NETg LMS access managed by EAD staff

109 109 Coming in 2007 Expert Now for Academics via IEEE Xplore l Unlimited viewing of courses l 15 simultaneous users l Site model l Preferred by academic subscribers l Will boost our efforts in selling to universities

110 110 Expert Now Member Sales A membership benefit Financial goal is to break even

111 111 Member Sales: Free Trial April 2006: Launched Free Trial l Open to anyone who has an IEEE web account l 3 fixed courses offered l Real-Time Computer Systems with Applications l Transition into Management l Introduction to Wireless Ad-hoc Networks l CEUs available upon successful passing of the assessment at no additional cost

112 112 Free Trial Statistics 27 June – 22 January 2007 l 3,217 visitors in 7 months l Close to 1.5% of target market l 57% - non-US l 61.1% - members l 21.2% - students l 1% - non-members l 16.7% - all other grades 248 requests for IEEE CEUs since April 2006

113 113 Member Sales: Since March 2007 l Product is available through XPLORE l So far outreach only to members who requested information about the product l Since launch: Sold 51 titles; ~$3500

114 114 Expert Now in Section Meetings l IEEE Sections are encouraged to use Expert Now in Chapter meetings l Format: 3-4 modules are exhibited simultaneously in different rooms, with a local moderator l So far – a pilot in Region 10, planned events in Regions 4 and 8

115 115 A Proposal for a Pilot Study l Select about 10,000 members in 2-3 large sections l Offer them one (1) Expert Now module at renewal time l Tell them how to get more l Track usage of the module l Are the members reading it? l Track the effect of the offer on sales of IEEE Expert Now

116 116 A Proposal for a Pilot Study l Select about 10,000 members in 2-3 large sections l Offer them one (1) Expert Now module at renewal time l Tell them how to get more l Track usage of the module l Are the members reading it? l Track the effect of the offer on sales of IEEE Expert Now

117 117 Discussion Proposal for an Expert Now Pilot Study

118 118 Standards Workshop Expert tutorials on the 802 family of IEEE Standards 12-13 October Chicago, Illinois

119 119 Scope l A day-and-a-half meeting in Chicago, Illinois l 75-100 attendees l Experts l Todor Cooklev l Program Chair & Chair 802.11/802.15 working groups l John Barr l Chair, Bluetooth Special Interest Group l Roger Marks l Chair 802.16 working group

120 120 Special Speakers l Donald Purcell l Chairman, The Center for Global Standards Analysis l Luncheon Speaker: Strategic Standardization l Miguel Pellon l Motorola Vice President Technology – Standards

121 121 Program l Introduction to the Standard development process l Tutorials l 802.11 l 802.15 l Bluetooth l 802.16 l Cross Promotion: Inclusion of 4 IEEE Expert Now learning modules on IEEE 802 with registration

122 122 Expected Outcomes l Useful meeting for practitioners l Better understanding of the potential of EAB-SA Standards Workshops l Development of a workshop series in 2008-2009

123 123 Other Areas of Operation…

124 124 Other areas we are working on… l IEEE on-line educational offerings l User survey underway l Website due August 2008 l Cooperation with the IEEE History Center l The History Center Wiki l Joint activities with Technical Activities l Activities for pre-university educators/student in IEEE conferences l Contribution of material to TryEngineering by IEEE societies l Pre-university on-line magazine

125 125 Other areas we are working on… l IEEE on-line educational offerings l User survey underway l Website due August 2008 l Cooperation with the IEEE History Center l The History Center Wiki l Joint activities with Technical Activities l Activities for pre-university educators/student in IEEE conferences l Contribution of material to TryEngineering by IEEE societies l Pre-university on-line magazine We are behind schedule

126 126 Discussion: Activities with TAB l Activities for pre-university educators/student in IEEE conferences l Contribution of material to TryEngineering by IEEE societies l Pre-university on-line magazine

127 127 Comments/Discussion

128 128 EAB Charter Changes Section 1.10 - EAB Objectives Section 1.11 - Educational Programs Section 1.12 - Education Conferences

129 129 Motivation for Changes l EAB Objectives l Clarity in language l Educational programs l Providing a more comprehensive description of the nature and scope of our activities l Avoid narrow and outdated terms l Pre-university not Student Pipeline, Pre-professional l University-level activities, not Accreditation

130 130 Motivation for Changes (2) l Responsibilities and duties of VP-EA l Provide a more comprehensive description of responsibilities and duties l Use the same language we send to IEEE N&A in our own documents (…) l Note: a VP-EA manual is in planning

131 131 Possible Action l Resolved that the revisions to the IEEE EAB Operations Manual shall be approved.

132 132 Other Planned Charter Changes

133 133 Sections Under Consideration 4.11Accreditation Policy Council (APC) Charter 4.11.1Accreditation Activities 4.11.2Accreditation Process 4.11.3IEEE Representative Directors to ABET Procedures 4.14Committee on Global Accreditation Activities (CGAA) Charter

134 134 Motivation l Make the Charter conform to our activities l Describe in clear language what we do and what we want to do l Declare our basic objectives in accreditation in a general (not US based) terms l Reduce dependence of our accreditation committees on ABET structure l E.g., the existence of INTAC

135 135 Motivation (2) l Remove automatic representation of members of ABET OUs on our accreditation committees l E.g., CAC, INTAC l Allow EAB to train non-US program evaluators in the current ABET training program l We are more restrictive than ABET (!) l We will address and discuss issues of cost

136 136 Comments and Observations

137 137 EABs Recommendations to the IEEE Nominations and Appointments Committee 2008 Vice President for Educational Activities

138 138 Procedures l The Session l Number of Candidates l Closing Nominations l Candidates recommended by EAB N&A l Candidates nominated from the floor l Election Procedures l After the Elections

139 139 Procedures: the Session l An executive session l Chaired by VP-EA, Moshe Kam l Should MK have to relinquish the gavel, it would be relinquished to Arthur Winston l Since the immediate past chair of EAB is also chair of EAB N&A

140 140 Procedures: Number of Candidates l The Chair of N&A reports on the number of candidates that N&A is recommending to the EAB l Committee decides on the number of candidates it wishes to forward to EAB nomination and appointments committee l We have no limitations on the number l In the past few cycles we have forwarded two names

141 141 Closing Nominations l Motion to close nominations

142 142 Procedures: Candidates Recommended by EAB N&A l The Chair of N&A reports the names of candidates recommended by EAB N&A and puts them in nomination

143 143 Procedures: Candidates Nominated from the Floor l Members of EAB can add names to the list of nominees l Provide l name of candidate l declaration that candidate has agreed to serve if elected and has submitted biography and candidate statement l Move to put candidate in nomination l Motion requires a Second and then a Majority

144 144 Election Procedures l Secret Ballots l Approval voting l In each round, the candidate with the least number of votes is removed from list of nominees l Ties resolved by voting rounds between last place candidates l Voting stops when the number of remaining nominees is equal to the number specified in Procedures: Number of Candidates

145 145 After the Elections… l Chair of EAB N&A writes to Chair of IEEE N&A on EAB recommended list

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