Australasian Journal of Engineering Education





First published in 1991, the Australasian Journal of Engineering Education (ISSN 1324-5821) is AAEE's own journal and has published over 300 papers to date. While the AJEE is Australasian in flavour, it presents work which is at the forefront of engineering education internationally.

Up until 1998, each issue of the AJEE has contained papers on a broad range of engineering education topics. From 1999, there was a change in philosophy with each issue of the Journal focussing on a specific theme or themes. Each issue had its own specialist editor who wrote a review or overview paper introducing the theme. Invited and submitted papers from Australasian and international authors presented work at the frontier of that particular theme. Papers outside the theme were still be published to round out each issue.

From 2002 the Journal has been published "on-line" to reduce costs and improve accessibility. In 2007 the task of publishing the Journal was taken over by Engineers Media, the publishing arm of Engineers Australia. Editorial responsibility is still handled by AAEE, but the task of putting it all together has been moved on. As a result the online home of the Journal will gradually be moving to the Engineers Media AJEE site. Use this link if you have your membership number handy. Otherwise members and non-members of Engineers Australia alike can download recent papers (from 2007 till now) from AJEE page, via Engineers Media.

The AJEE is published twice a year; the first edition, published around March, contains the best papers from the previous years' conference. The second edition is published online throughout the rest of the year, with papers published as they are approved

Articles in this journal are indexed in the Australian Education Index.

Archives can be found at The National Library Archive.

AJEE is currently published as an online journal only. This means that papers are uploaded and able to be accessed as soon as the review and formatting processes are completed.