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Join Engineering Village at ASEE!

on Wed, 06/22/2016 - 23:48

Join the Engineering Village team at ASEE!  Drop by our booth or schedule time to meet with us at one our activities. 
Please also follow @EngVillage #ASEEAnnual for the latest news at the conference.

 

Sunday, June 26 – Tuesday, June 28: Elsevier Booth #519
Engineering Village is hosting “Quick Feedback” sessions with Engineering Village User Experience Specialist, Heather Singleton. Customers will be asked to discuss new designs, concepts, and ideas we have for Engineering Village! Schedule time with Heather

Monday, June 27: ELD panel 1:15-2:45 PM “A Game Based Learning Approach: Global Knovel Academic Challenge” – NOCC, Rm 245 
Join Drexel University's Engineering Liaison Librarian, Jay Bhatt, along with Research Assistant, Daniel Christe as they present their findings on game based learning, which highlights Elsevier’s 2015 Knovel Academic Challenge. Drexel’s white paper will be distributed at the Elsevier booth #519 and at the panel session.

Tuesday, June 28: ELD Business Meeting 8:00AM – Hamptons Inn & Suite 
Engineering Village & Knovel have partnered to present a $1,500 travel scholarship awarded to an ELD member annually in an effort to alleviate travel costs associated for the ASEE Annual conference.

Tuesday, June 28:  Dinner Boat Cruise, 6:00PM – Natchez Steamboat
Engineering Village & Knovel welcome Engineering Librarian Division guests at our annual ASEE dinner. Boarding begins at 6:00 PM and the steamboat will depart at 6:30 PM. Dinner will be served at 7:45 PM, featuring live jazz music by the Grammy nominated "Dukes of Dixieland". We will also have gift bags upon departure. (Reservations required)

Wednesday, June 29: Panel discussion 11:30AM-1:00PM "Engineering Academic Challenge" – HI&S, Riverside 1 
In October 2016, Elsevier’s Engineering Village Compendex and Knovel databases will partner to launch a new interactive game entitled, Engineering Academic Challenge, which is aimed to improve students understanding of technical concepts, critical thinking, cognitive monitoring and creative problem solving. Learn how the game brings together faculty, librarians and students and the benefits of playing as presented by Drexel University’s Engineering Liaison Librarian, Jay Bhatt, Research Assistant, Daniel Christe and Director of the Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Group, Dr. Anthony Konstos; moderated by Engineering Village product manager, Sally Fell.

ASEE Booth hours: Sunday, June 26 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM; Monday, June 27 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM; Tuesday, June 28 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM