The Computers in Education Division (CoED) is a division of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). The purpose of ASEE is the advancement of education in all of its functions that pertain to engineering and allied branches of science and technology, including the process of teaching and learning, counseling, research, extension services, and public relations.
The purposes of CoED are identical to those of ASEE, but with special emphasis on the following:
- To provide a medium of exchange for innovative concepts and experience-proven applications of computers and computational methods and devices in education.
- To develop, test, and publish research processed curricula for computer instruction for student and teacher development at all educational levels.
- To contribute to the general knowledge of its membership in the areas of computation.
- To broaden, where beneficial, the uses of computational technologies by educators, students, and educational institutions.
The Computers in Education Journal is published by the Northeast Consortium for Engineering Education on behalf of the Computers in Education Division of the American Society for Engineering Education.
The Computers in Education Journal serves engineering, mathematics, and science faculties who wish to improve the quality of instruction through the use of computers. The Journal assumes no responsibility for the statements and opinions advanced by contributors. The views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent positions of CoED or the publisher.
Full text of the Computers in Education Journal is available on-line to CoED members, upon entry of their ASEE member numbers.
The Computers in Education Division (CoED) of ASEE currently has two main avenues of endeavor: the Computers in Education Journal and the CoED sessions at the ASEE Annual Conference. Both of these avenues of service to CoED members and the profession are dependent upon volunteer effort.