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The Engineering Design Graphics Journal is the official publication of the Engineering Design Graphics Division of ASEE. It continually posts feature articles in an annual volume as the articles are accepted and approved for publication. This is an opportunity for members of the EDGD, and others, to stay current with news of the Division and leading practices and trends in graphics education.
The role of the Journal is the advancement of engineering design graphics, computer graphics, and subjects related to engineering design graphics to:
1. Encourage research, development, and refinement of theory and applications of engineering design graphics for understanding and practice.
2. Encourage teachers of engineering design graphics to experiment with and test appropriate teaching techniques and topics to further improve the quality and modernization of instruction and courses.
3. Stimulate the preparation for articles and papers on topics of interest to the membership.
Global Partners in Education Journal (GPEJ) publishes original research and best practices articles focused on advancing the knowledge base of global education. Relevant articles from all disciplines are welcome. The scope of this journal includes, but is not limited to the following: inter-cultural collaboration in education, methodology and techniques to enhance student global citizenry, technology assisted international collaboration between faculty and/or students, research or evaluation of student outcomes associated with internationalization, and/or cross-cultural research. This journal is published by Global Partners in Education, an international and interdisciplinary organization.
Theory & Practice in Rural Education is an online open-access peer-reviewed journal published by ECU Library services and affiliated with the Rural Education Institute. It is published twice a year, spring and fall. Executive Editor is Laura Levi-Altstaedter. Originally titled the Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, Theory & Practice in Rural Education has evolved into a journal focusing on the needs of rural students, educators, community partners, and schools. Research Forum and Practice Form are the two main sections of the journal.