The IEEE Distinguished Lecturer Program is one of the most exciting offerings available to the IEEE Society Chapters. The Program is intended to serve as a convenient resource, especially for sections and chapters, to assist them in planning high quality programs for their membership.
The Education Society is developing a two-part Distinguished Lecture Program.
One part of the DLP will develop a cadre of Distinguished Lecturers who will be available to speak at conferences, workshops and meetings. The project is lead by Edmundo Tovar (firstname.lastname@example.org). Details of that program will appear here as they are developed.
The other part develops top quality presentations that are available, in a asynchronous mode, online. A number of such presenations have already been made (see the listing below). This project is lead by Rob Reilly (email@example.com).
Also, the IEEE maintains a database of Distinguished Lecturers, it is located at:
Here is an archive of the ONLINE Distinguished Lectures that have been presented. The presentations by the esteemed Distinguished Lecturers have been archived and are available here:
- Approaches to Interactive Video Anchors in Problem-Based Science Learning January 2008 by David Devraj Kumar, Ed.D., Flordia Atlantic University USA
- Wikis, Blogs, RSS and Podcasting January 2006 by Burks Oakley II, Ph.D., University of Illinois USA
- Affect, Learning and Cognition August 2005 by Barry Kort, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA
- Defining and Teaching Engineering Ethics October 2004 by Billy V. Koen, Ph.D., The University of Texas Austin USA
- Ever Think About Becoming a Book Author? June 2004 by David Fogel, Ph.D., Natural Selection, Inc.; IEEE Press Board Member
- Getting Published in the IEEE Transactions on Education May 2004 by Ted Batchman, Ph.D., University of Nevada Reno USA