International Consortium for Innovation and Collaboration in Learning Engineering

January 2022 Newsletter

ICICLE January 2022 Community Call with Dr. Bonnie Boardman, Industrial Engineer

The ICICLE monthly community call is January 19th at 12pm ET. We’re excited to have Dr. Bonnie Boardman, Professor of Instruction and the Undergraduate Program Director for the Industrial, Manufacturing, and Systems Engineering (IMSE) DepartmentUniversity of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Industrial engineers enable organizations to achieve their goals efficiently and effectively by balancing cost, personnel, technology, system constraints, safety, and the environment.

What does industrial engineering and learning engineering have in common? Join the call and find out! Bonnie will be sharing examples, models and approaches to industrial engineering as well as her work on curriculum design and assessments at UTA. She was the recipient of the 2020 UTA Outstanding Assessment Practitioner for her work in developing assessment processes.

We’ll be meeting via Webex (See details below with meeting code and password). The call is scheduled for one hour’s length. Full agenda will be posted here.

Learning Engineering Background Resources
Considering the need and approach for learning engineering:

Special and Market Interest Group Work
The Special and Market Interest Groups develop resources and document experiences for the learning engineering community. All are open to join any group! The SIGs welcome your feedback and input into draft documents that they are currently working on design for and across implementation levels and populations, an instrumentation primer, and data science tasks for learning engineers.

Please join the community call on January 19th at 12pm ET to meet Dr. Bonnie Boardman, an industrial engineer, from the Industrial, Manufacturing, and Systems Engineering (IMSE) DepartmentUniversity of Texas at Arlington. Learn about the industrial engineering process and how it aligns with learning engineering.

We welcome your participation and want to hear from you the work that you are doing. We look forward to seeing you at the community call on January 19th!