IEEE Integrated STEM Education Conference
March 13, 2021 | Princeton, NJ
Information for Authors
Theme - iSTEM: Lead, Engage, Succeed!
We welcome submissions for presentation at ISEC in the following three categories: Papers, Posters by K-12 students, and Workshops.
All submissions will go through rigorous peer-review.
Submissions open Monday, December 1, 2020
Submissions close Monday, February 1, 2021
Acceptances sent February 15, 2021
Workshop Proposals due February 12, 2021
K-12 Posters due February 12, 2021
Exhibits Proposals due March 1, 2021
Final revisions due February 22, 2021
All due dates are in EST (11:59 PM)
Submit your work here
(Please create an EDAS account, if you don't have one already)
Full and Work-in Progress (WIP) Papers
Papers on research on, methods of, and experience with integrating education (or interdisciplinary education) in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) studies are welcome! Suggested topics include:
- Integrated studies throughout the curriculum
- Pre-college initiatives and outreach programs
- Diversity and inclusion in STEaM from P-12 to higher education
- Development and implementation of policies to support integrated STEM programs
- Fundamental and applied educational research in integrated STEM
Your paper submission(s) will be one (or both) of the following:
- A work in progress (preliminary or initial stage of research/investigation) paper of 2 - 4 pages
- A full paper of 5 - 8 pages
There is no preliminary abstract phase for WIP or full papers. Please adhere to these page limits within the conference template structure. Papers that do not follow the template will be returned for reformatting without peer-review.
Your work must not have been published or submitted for publication elsewhere.
All accepted submissions will be scheduled for presentation at the conference and included in the local conference proceedings. All Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore.
Template for Full and WIP Papers
K-12 Posters Papers
Posters by K-12 students may feature student STEaM educational or research experiences. Submit an abstract describing the content of your poster (max. 500 words) for review. Once accepted, students have the option of submitting an additional short paper for inclusion in conference proceedings. Note that this paper is optional and NOT required. Posters will be judged for poster awards based on novelty, usefulness, completeness, and poster presentation by organizing committee, keynote speakers, and paper/workshop presenters. All authors of accepted posters should submit a PDF file, within a week of acceptance, of the posters in order to be included in the Xplore database. Posters should be in vertical (portrait) format and the dimensions should be 2 x 3 (24 inches x 36 inches) The size specification must be strictly adhered to. Choose font sizes which people can read from a few feet away. Posters should be mounted at the beginning of the day and be removed at the end of the last session. Any poster left behind will be discarded. The conference will supply materials for mounting posters on assigned poster boards. Author and/or co-author of the poster should be stationed by his/her poster during the poster session to engage the audience in technical discussion by presentations and answering questions. Authors of posters should interact with keynote speakers, paper/workshop presenters, and attendees to encourage visit to their posters. Authors may bring additional battery-operated audio/visual aids to enhance the presentation.
Call for Workshop Submissions
We welcome interactive and/or hands-on workshop proposals relevant to our conference as well as audience. We are particularly interested in activities and tools/technologies that promote integration of engineering design, problem-solving, or the concept of "making".
The workshop proposal should include, (1) workshop title, (2) name, affiliation, and expertise of each presenter, (3) contact information of the lead presenter, (3) learning objective(s), (4) target audience, and (5) an overview of the workshop, and should be submitted to the workshop track on EDAS (no more than 750 words). See submission link above. Each workshop presenter is required to register for the conference. There are no papers associated with a workshop. Workshops are typically scheduled for 90 minutes.
IEEE Integrated STEM Education Conference