IJEE 2012 : Human Computer Interaction in Engineering Education
Call For Papers
Although computers changed radically during the last decades, interaction with
them remained pretty much the same. Keyboard and mouse are still the
dominant devices for the interaction between humans and computers, limiting
effectiveness by a lack of high-level natural human-computer interfaces. Recent
technology developments have produced new opportunities for providing more
advanced and efficient interfaces to the users. Some of the latest are natural
gestures, touch-screens, implicit interactions and tangible user interfaces.
Engineering education could benefit from these new approaches in humancomputer interaction.
For this special issue, we seek original theoretical, as well as practical, papers
presenting research that describes and assesses groundbreaking new devices,
methods and approaches to human-computer interaction focused on applications
in the field of engineering education.
The topics of this special issue include but are not limited to:
natural human-computer interactions and gestures
interactive surfaces and tablet computing
user interfaces and interaction for mobile computing
voice-based user interfaces
user interfaces based on physiological sensors and actuators
impact of new devices and techniques on teaching and learning
curriculum design around new devices
assessment of teaching and learning using new device
Submissions are to be sent by e-mail in MSWord format to:
Miroslav Minović, University of Belgrade, School of Business Administration,
Laboratory for multimedia communications, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manuscripts must be written in English and limited to 12 one-sided, one-column,
single-spaced pages. Manuscripts should include keywords, complete affiliation
of the authors and a short biography, and the citing and listing of references
should be in the IJEE style. Figures and illustrations should be suitable for noncolor printing.
General information and guidelines are available at the IJEE Web site: