Call for Papers: Computing and Engineering Education Track

Conference:                 CCECE2022

Topic of Interest:        Computing and Engineering Education

Objectives and scope: As part of the IEEE CCECE 2022, Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, The Educational Activity Committee invites research papers that encompass conceptual analysis, design implementation and performance evaluation of computer and electrical engineering education. A special focus this year will be given to Indigenous Education activities in Computing and Engineering Education in Canada and internationally.

Topics include but are not limited to:            

  1. Curriculum, Research Management and Development
    1. Research Methodologies
    2. Joint Research and/or Degree Programs
    3. Links between Education and Research
    4. Acoustics in Education Environment
    5. Courses, Tutorials and Labs
    6. Curriculum Design for Diverse Community
  1. Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment
    1. Supervising and Managing Student Projects
    2. Pedagogy Enhancement with e-Learning
    3. Educating the Educators
    4. Immersive Learning
    5. Blended Learning
    6. Computer-Aided Assessment
    7. Metrics and Performance Measurement
    8. Assessment Software Tools and Methods
    9. Simulated Communities and Online Mentoring
    10. e-Testing and new Test Theories
  1. Ubiquitous Learning
    1. Accessibility to Disabled Users
    2. Animation, 3D, and Web 3D Applications
    3. Context Dependent Learning
    4. Distance Education and E-Learning
    5. Educational Games and Software
    6. Mobile Applications and Learning (M-learning)
    7. Technology Enhanced Learning
    8. Videos for Learning and Educational Multimedia
    9. Virtual Learning Environments (VLE)
    10. Wireless Applications
  1. Course and Program Management
    1. Accreditation and Quality Assurance
    2. Best Practice Contributions
    3. Evaluation and Assessment Methods
    4. Open Content
    5. Security and Data Protection
    6. Student Selection Criteria in Interdisciplinary Learning

Track Chair:

  • Gautam Srivastava             Brandon University, Canada (


  • Deyasini Majumdar                Dalhousie University, Canada
  • Rossitza Marinova                  Concordia University of Edmonton, Canada


Paper Submission: July 5, 2022

Final Versions of Accepted Papers: August 5, 2022

Guidelines for Authors:

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