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Continuing education is an all-encompassing term within a broad spectrum of post-secondary learning activities and programs. (Wikipedia.org)




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2013 24th EAEEIE Annual Conference (EAEEIE 2013)

The objective of the Conference is to bring together lecturers, researchers and professionals in the field of EIE all over Europe with the aim to exchange ideas and information and contribute to the development of EIE education.

  • 2011 EAEEIE Annual Conference (EAEEIE 2011)

    The objective of the Conference is to bring together lecturers, researchers and professionals in the field of EIE all over Europe with the aim to exchange ideas and information and contribute to the development of EIE education.

  • 2009 EAEEIE Annual Conference (EAEEIE 2009)

    The objective of the Conference is to bring together lecturers, researchers and professionals in the field of EIE all over Europe with the aim to exchange ideas and information and contribute to the development of EIE education.

  • 2008 19th EAEEIE Annual Conference (EAEEIE 2008)

    The objective of the Conference is to bring together lecturers, researchers and professionals in the field of EIE all over Europe with the aim to exchange ideas and information and contribute to the development of EIE education.


2012 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

All areas related to industrial engineering and engineering management.

  • 2011 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

    The IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM) aims to provide a forum to disseminate, to all branches of industries, information on the most recent and relevant research, theories and practices in IEEM and related fields. This conference has been hosted by leading universities in Asia and has grown over the years in tandem with the rising importance of industrial engineering and applications.

  • 2010 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

    The IEEE IEEM aims to provide a forum to disseminate, to all branches of industries, information on the most recent and relevant research, theories and practices in industrial engineering and engineering management. IEEM has been held in Singapore and Hong Kong, and has become a leading international conference in the field of IEEM.


2010 2nd International Conference on Information Science and Engineering (ICISE)

ICISE2010 aims to provide a high-level international forum for researchers and engineers to present and discuss recent advances and new techniques in information processing technology.

  • 2009 1st International Conference on Information Science and Engineering (ICISE)

    Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Engineering


2010 2nd International Workshop on Education Technology and Computer Science (ETCS)

The 2nd International Workshop on Education Technology and Computer Science (ETCS2010) will be held on 6-7 March, 2010 in Wuhan, China. The workshop will bring together the top researchers from Asian Pacific nations, North America, Europe and around the world to exchange their research results and address open issues in Education Technology and Computer Science.


2010 3rd International Symposium on Knowledge Acquisition and Modeling (KAM)

2010 The 3rd International Symposium on Knowledge Acquisition and Modeling (KAM 2010) is concerned with the aspects of Intelligent Information Processing, acquiring, modeling, managing and exploiting knowledge, and the role of these aspects in the construction of knowledge-intensive systems and Intelligent Information services.


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Periodicals related to Continuing education

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Education, IEEE Transactions on

Educational methods, technology, and programs; history of technology; impact of evolving research on education.


Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, IEEE

Both general and technical articles on current technologies and methods used in biomedical and clinical engineering; societal implications of medical technologies; current news items; book reviews; patent descriptions; and correspondence. Special interest departments, students, law, clinical engineering, ethics, new products, society news, historical features and government.


Proceedings of the IEEE

The most highly-cited general interest journal in electrical engineering and computer science, the Proceedings is the best way to stay informed on an exemplary range of topics. This journal also holds the distinction of having the longest useful archival life of any EE or computer related journal in the world! Since 1913, the Proceedings of the IEEE has been the ...



Most published Xplore authors for Continuing education

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Xplore Articles related to Continuing education

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Begin at the Beginning

Isabel Beichl Computing in Science & Engineering, 2009

CiSE was created to serve the computational science community. From its founding, it has focused on real-world applications of scientific computing, with articles written by and for active practitioners, and it will continue to serve this function. Education in computational science is a core mission for CiSE. Its feature articles are designed to inform and instruct, and various columns appearing ...


E-equity: An Empirical Study on Brand Equity Model of Web Portal

Liu Zhi-gang; Yang Xiao-ming 2006 International Conference on Management Science and Engineering, 2006

Based on Keller's study on brand equity, this paper proposes a new model to evaluate Web Portal's brand equity - e-equity. Web awareness and Web image are conceptualized in the model as two dimensions of e-equity. Factors affecting these two dimensions are well defined and the relationships between these factors are discussed thoroughly. With data collecting in Chinese Web portals, ...


Senior design at Washington State University

R. G. Olsen 2003 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting (IEEE Cat. No.03CH37491), 2003

A description of the senior design program at Washington State University is given. It is a two semester program with lectures from industry on a variety of topics and a substantial design project conducted by teams of 3 - 5 students.


ATS-6 Technical Aspects of the Health/Education Telecommunications Experiment

John L. Boor; Jean Braunstein; James M. Janky; Dail Ogden; James G. Potter; E. Lee Harper; Eldon Volkmer; Albert A. Whalen; Earl Henderson; Howard H. Hupe IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 1975

The Health/Education Telecommunications (HET) Experiment involved six different experiments conducted under the auspices of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) with technical assistance from NASA. The HET Experiment on ATS-6 was operated and controlled from a network coordination center in Denver, Colo., which included a 4-and 6-GHz Earth station. The HET Experiment used remote Earth terminals with 3-m-diameter ...


Advantages and disadvantages of using various computer tools in electrical engineering courses

C. A. Canizares; Z. T. Faur IEEE Transactions on Education, 1997

This paper discusses different computer tools used to help deliver, administer, and teach the material covered in two basic undergraduate courses in electrical engineering. The computer facilities, programs and tutorials developed are discussed; however, the paper concentrates more on analyzing the results of using these tools in the student learning process. The students' marks and the results of several student ...


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Begin at the Beginning

Isabel Beichl Computing in Science & Engineering, 2009

CiSE was created to serve the computational science community. From its founding, it has focused on real-world applications of scientific computing, with articles written by and for active practitioners, and it will continue to serve this function. Education in computational science is a core mission for CiSE. Its feature articles are designed to inform and instruct, and various columns appearing ...


E-equity: An Empirical Study on Brand Equity Model of Web Portal

Liu Zhi-gang; Yang Xiao-ming 2006 International Conference on Management Science and Engineering, 2006

Based on Keller's study on brand equity, this paper proposes a new model to evaluate Web Portal's brand equity - e-equity. Web awareness and Web image are conceptualized in the model as two dimensions of e-equity. Factors affecting these two dimensions are well defined and the relationships between these factors are discussed thoroughly. With data collecting in Chinese Web portals, ...


Senior design at Washington State University

R. G. Olsen 2003 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting (IEEE Cat. No.03CH37491), 2003

A description of the senior design program at Washington State University is given. It is a two semester program with lectures from industry on a variety of topics and a substantial design project conducted by teams of 3 - 5 students.


ATS-6 Technical Aspects of the Health/Education Telecommunications Experiment

John L. Boor; Jean Braunstein; James M. Janky; Dail Ogden; James G. Potter; E. Lee Harper; Eldon Volkmer; Albert A. Whalen; Earl Henderson; Howard H. Hupe IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 1975

The Health/Education Telecommunications (HET) Experiment involved six different experiments conducted under the auspices of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) with technical assistance from NASA. The HET Experiment on ATS-6 was operated and controlled from a network coordination center in Denver, Colo., which included a 4-and 6-GHz Earth station. The HET Experiment used remote Earth terminals with 3-m-diameter ...


Advantages and disadvantages of using various computer tools in electrical engineering courses

C. A. Canizares; Z. T. Faur IEEE Transactions on Education, 1997

This paper discusses different computer tools used to help deliver, administer, and teach the material covered in two basic undergraduate courses in electrical engineering. The computer facilities, programs and tutorials developed are discussed; however, the paper concentrates more on analyzing the results of using these tools in the student learning process. The students' marks and the results of several student ...


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  • Glossary

    A lucid and up-to-date introduction to understanding electrical power utilities in an era of change Electric utilities worldwide are undergoing profound transformations: nationally owned systems are becoming privatized, privately owned systems that were previously regulated are becoming deregulated, and national systems are becoming international. Professionals in the power sector must now work in a new world in which an understanding of the principles of markets and how to evaluate investment projects under competition are essential. This text was written as a manual for the Russian Federal Energy Commission to train regional electricity rate regulators in the principles of economics and finance involved in regulating electricity markets and deregulating electricity generation. Requiring no familiarity with economics and using a minimum of mathematics, this book provides professionals in the power sector with the tools to face the new realities of electric utility operation. Designed both as a reference for practicing professionals and as a textbook for university and continuing education programs, Electricity Economics: Regulation and Deregulation discusses: The lessons learned from international experiences Competitive versus noncompetitive markets Cost and supply, profit, and economic efficiency The cost of capital, including net present value, discounting, and risk and return Wholesale power markets, generation expansion, and customer choice Specific international examples including the Californian, Norwegian, Spanish, and Argentine power sectors Plus numerous exercises to help clarify and support absorption of the concepts

  • References

    A lucid and up-to-date introduction to understanding electrical power utilities in an era of change Electric utilities worldwide are undergoing profound transformations: nationally owned systems are becoming privatized, privately owned systems that were previously regulated are becoming deregulated, and national systems are becoming international. Professionals in the power sector must now work in a new world in which an understanding of the principles of markets and how to evaluate investment projects under competition are essential. This text was written as a manual for the Russian Federal Energy Commission to train regional electricity rate regulators in the principles of economics and finance involved in regulating electricity markets and deregulating electricity generation. Requiring no familiarity with economics and using a minimum of mathematics, this book provides professionals in the power sector with the tools to face the new realities of electric utility operation. Designed both as a reference for practicing professionals and as a textbook for university and continuing education programs, Electricity Economics: Regulation and Deregulation discusses: The lessons learned from international experiences Competitive versus noncompetitive markets Cost and supply, profit, and economic efficiency The cost of capital, including net present value, discounting, and risk and return Wholesale power markets, generation expansion, and customer choice Specific international examples including the Californian, Norwegian, Spanish, and Argentine power sectors Plus numerous exercises to help clarify and support absorption of the concepts

  • No title

    At this time of rapid change and shifting corporate strategies, complacency can easily threaten an engineering career. Global competitiveness is unforgiving; and if not sharpened regularly, an engineer¿¿¿s skills can obsolesce quickly. A robust engineering career is all about continuing education. Never forget that during your ¿¿¿sharpening¿¿¿ process, the soft skills are just as important as the hard skills¿¿¿and that also goes for the people you lead and manage. In today¿¿¿s world, staying sharp *outside* your company is just as important as staying sharp inside your company.

  • Author Index

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  • Educational Applications of the Cloud

    This chapter covers a broad range of cloud computing concepts, technologies, and challenges related to education. We will define educational applications as resources related to learning, encompassing stages of development from preschool through higher and continuing education. In the second section we describe the ways cloud technology is being adopted in education. We will cover the benefits and barriers of cloud adoption based on technology found in education. In the third section we describe cloud resources used in the direct instruction of students, front-office applications (user facing), and back office-applications (administrative). The final section will describe cloud computing in research.

  • Presenting the Successful Technical Seminar

    The knowledge explosion and the desire of most business people to enhance their careers has led to a boom in continuing education classes, usually in seminar form. Conducting a successful technical seminar requires careful preparation. Pre-seminar planning includes outlining the material, developing much more material than what is needed, and arranging comfortable and appropriate facilities. At the beginning of the seminar a topical outline should be provided, and plans to take a break between topics can be announced. After the presentation, time should be allowed for a session, not only for questions and answers, but also for an evaluation to help the speaker for the preparation of future seminars.

  • About the Authors

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  • Subject Index

    A lucid and up-to-date introduction to understanding electrical power utilities in an era of change Electric utilities worldwide are undergoing profound transformations: nationally owned systems are becoming privatized, privately owned systems that were previously regulated are becoming deregulated, and national systems are becoming international. Professionals in the power sector must now work in a new world in which an understanding of the principles of markets and how to evaluate investment projects under competition are essential. This text was written as a manual for the Russian Federal Energy Commission to train regional electricity rate regulators in the principles of economics and finance involved in regulating electricity markets and deregulating electricity generation. Requiring no familiarity with economics and using a minimum of mathematics, this book provides professionals in the power sector with the tools to face the new realities of electric utility operation. Designed both as a reference for practicing professionals and as a textbook for university and continuing education programs, Electricity Economics: Regulation and Deregulation discusses: The lessons learned from international experiences Competitive versus noncompetitive markets Cost and supply, profit, and economic efficiency The cost of capital, including net present value, discounting, and risk and return Wholesale power markets, generation expansion, and customer choice Specific international examples including the Californian, Norwegian, Spanish, and Argentine power sectors Plus numerous exercises to help clarify and support absorption of the concepts

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    At this time of rapid change and shifting corporate strategies, complacency can easily threaten an engineering career. Global competitiveness is unforgiving; and if not sharpened regularly, an engineer's skills can obsolesce quickly. A robust engineering career is all about continuing education.



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