WELCOME TO IEEE EDUCATION SOCIETY MALAYSIA CHAPTER
The IEEE Education Society (EduSoc) is a society of the IEEE that focuses on the theory and practice of engineering education and educational technology involved in the effective delivery of domain knowledge of all fields within the scope of interest of IEEE. In, the year 2007, EduSoc Malaysia chapter was first introduced and chaired by Dr. Riza Muhida (IIUM) until 2008. Then Dr. Low Sew Ming (Monash University, Malaysia) became the Chapter Chair from 2009 to 2012. Subsequently the current Chapter chair Dr. Juliana Johari from Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) assumed the position from 2013. Since then, EduSoc have initiated many new activities to date. With the full commitment from the Executive Committee, IEEE-EduSoc Malaysia will be looking forward to organizing more activities in future.
IEEE EDUCATION SOCIETY
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the world’s largest technical professional association, connecting more than 360,000 members in approximately 150 countries. Founded in 1884 by electrical engineering innovators who understood the value of shared information, the IEEE vision is to advance global prosperity by fostering technological innovation, enabling members’ careers, and promoting community worldwide. Members of the IEEE automatically become members of their local IEEE Section. As of January 2004, there are 304 local Sections and 1,384 technical Chapters spread through ten regions of the world.
Join the IEEE Education Society (EduSoc) and be part of a global community enhancing education within IEEE fields. The Society offers members affordable access to its peer-reviewed publications such as the IEEE Transactions on Education and sponsored events including the IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON). It also offers IEEE-RITA, a journal for authors writing in Spanish and-Portuguese. Field of Interest (abridged): Theory and practice of education and educational technology and professional development programs within IEEE fields.