Skip to content
Loading Events

« All Events

SASEE 2022 Conference Postponed

July 12 - July 14

Fee TBC

Dear engineering education colleagues

Our goal for SASEE2022 was to bring you, our community, together to engage about engineering research and practice. The past two years have seriously impacted how we work as engineering educators and our plan was to provide the space for us all to reconnect with each other in a stimulating environment.

We have heard from many of you over the past three weeks as you finalised your extended abstract submissions. Your message is that it may still be too soon to gather in person as a community in July. This concern has manifested itself in fewer than usual extended abstracts being submitted for review.

We have taken the very difficult decision to postpone our upcoming SASEE conference to the middle of 2023.

We want to thank all of you who have shown your commitment to engineering education in South Africa by submitting extended abstracts for consideration. Should you wish to withdraw your submission in order to submit to an alternative conference (such as SEFI in Barcelona in September, or the WEEF conference in Cape Town at the end of the year), please feel free to do so.

We will publish a new call for papers for SASEE2023 in September 2022.

We are still committed to providing a space for engineering educators to engage with each other in July. We are currently planning an exciting series of free workshops to be held on Tuesday 12 July 2022 that will take place in a hybrid style at what we are calling location pods at various centres across the country. Should you wish to meet up with other members of the engineering education community in your area or any other province while also participating in the hybrid workshop, you can gather at these location pods where streaming functionality will be provided.

More details about the 12 July 2022 workshop topics and the location pods will be communicated shortly.

I know that you are as disappointed as we are about the changes that we have made to this year’s activities. However, we hope to see many of you at our upcoming free workshops and we look forward to hosting you at SASEE2023.

Sincerely,

The SASEE biennial conference organising team

Original Call for 12-14 July 2022

The past 2 years have challenged Higher Education management, educators and students in significant ways. While the transition to multiple forms of technology-supported education saw many opportunities and lessons learnt, research suggests that mental wellbeing and social interaction are critical to structuring an effective and meaningful learning environment.

We invite you to reflect and report on lessons learnt, practice-based initiatives and/or research relevant to engineering education. Contributions can focus on your curriculum, teaching, learning and assessment practices, or contextual factors that impact on these practices. We would encourage you to foreground the humanity of engineering education so that we, as a growing community-of-practice, can learn from each other and better equip our graduates for a complex world.

We will be coming together, in person in the Gauteng province, for 3 days of face-to-face workshops, practice sharing and networking from 12th to 14th July 2022. [This will not be an online or hybrid event].

SASEE and TUT invite all engineering education stakeholders to submit a 1000-word extended abstract for SASEE 2022, using the SASEE Template (below).

Reviewers will be looking at the following criteria:

  • Clarity, coherence and organisation of writing
  • Potential to stimulate discussion among conference participants
  • Scholarly and research-based nature of the paper
    (Key challenges and current issues raised are scholarly and research-based, or analysis of practice-based work is robust and evidence-based.)
  • Contribution to scholarship and/or new or innovative practice in engineering education

Please consult the SASEE 2022 Review Process document. We suggest structuring your abstracts using the following types of sections:

  • Background & Motivation
  • Problem/Aim/Research Question
  • Theory/Other studies investigating similar initiatives/challenges
  • Methodology
  • Findings & Contribution

EXTENDED ABSTRACTS DEADLINE: The call will be circulated in September 2022

FULL PAPERS DEADLINE: New dates for SASEE2023 to be confirmed

GUIDELINES: The following guidelines will be useful, but also modified for clarity

SASEE 2022 Review Process

SASEE Template for Extended Abstracts and Full Papers

 

ENQUIRIES: info@sasee.org.za

Details

Start:
July 12
End:
July 14
Cost:
Fee TBC

Venue

Tshwane University of Technology, Tshwane
Pretoria West
Tshwane, Gauteng 0183 South Africa
+ Google Map
Website:
https://www.tut.ac.za/
Scroll To Top