Our President's Welcome

The IEEE Education Society was founded in 1957 and is one of the oldest technical societies in IEEE. It is a worldwide society of professionals dedicated to ensuring high-quality education in science and engineering. Our members engage students each day, research and propose new theories in learning science, and innovate classroom practice.  

If you are not yet a member of the Education Society, we invite you to explore our website, especially our Society’s overview page, where you can see general information about our society, and our membership page, where you can see our Publications, Conferences, and Educational Activities.

We invite you to join us; a worldwide community of professionals is waiting for you. 

If you are a member of the Education Society, we want to thank you for your contributions to our community. We hope that you continually benefit from the dialogue our Society helps to foster in the world of Engineering Education. Together, we are a dedicated group of skilled professionals working toward the goal of helping our engineering students and academic, government, and industry professionals build bright futures for themselves.

We also encourage everyone to join our social media channels on FacebookTwitter, and LinkedIn to stay current on all Society happenings.

Martín Llamas Nistal
IEEE Education Society President 2023, 2024

Martín Llamas Nistal

atlanTTic Research Center, University of Vigo
Spain

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IEEE Teaching Excellence Hub
IEEE Teaching Excellence Hub

The IEEE Teaching Excellence Hub is a collaboration between the IEEE Education Society and the IEEE Educational Activities Board. It contains a curated collection of educational research, tools, and other resources that may be of interest to those teaching engineering, computer science, and technology at the university level.  

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IEEE DataPort
IEEE DataPort

The IEEE Education Society's publications are integrated with IEEE DataPort and published in the Education and Learning Technologies Dataset Category. IEEE created DataPort to provide significant benefits to researchers, data analysts, and the global technical community. 

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