The Journal of Advanced Technological Education is accepting submissions.
Editor in Chief: Dr. Peter D. Kazarinoff
The Journal of Advanced Technological Education (J ATE) is a peer-reviewed technical journal produced by the ATE community. J ATE is a platform for educators who are interested in teaching advanced technologies and technician education. This includes 2-year community college faculty, undergraduate researchers, STEM educators in grades K-12, university faculty, as well as industry personnel.
Topics that are covered:
- Articles and short communication on many topics relevant to teaching and learning advanced technologies at all levels, including innovative pedagogical methods and related education research.
- Articles that demonstrate new educational activities, lab experiments, instructional methods and pedagogies that can be adopted in community college curriculum especially in technician training programs.
- Provide a resource for articles and related information as a resource to those in the field of advanced technological education, and to those institutes who serve them.
Latest Issue and Articles
Assessment of the Effectiveness of using Drones for Smart Manufacturing Education
Introduction In the past 15 years, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), more commonly known as drones, have grown from radio frequency (RF)-based drones that cannot go out of visible range to […]
Overview of ABET Accreditation from the Perspective of Two-Year Programs
Introduction Accreditation is a quality review term used in higher education to analyze and endorse the colleges, universities, and programs in terms of their quality assurance and continuous improvement. The […]
Letter from the Editor
Dear Technician Education Community: Welcome to the Journal of Advanced Technological Education! Or, as we like to call it, J ATE. On behalf of our Editors, we are pleased to […]
Invited Letter: Welcome to the Journal of Advanced Technological Education
Welcome to the Journal of Advanced Technological Education! As the Lead Program Director of the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education Program (ATE), I am pleased to introduce the Journal […]
Workforce Development Strategies in Additive Manufacturing
1. Introduction The products fabricated using AM technologies are usually geometrically complex with superior properties such as lighter weight and higher strength. It is clear that the trend will continue […]
Strategies to Increase Awareness, Recruitment, and Success in Community College Advanced Technical Education Programs
1. Introduction It is expected that 3.4 million skilled technical jobs will need to be filled by 2022 . Many of these jobs are filled through community college technical workforce […]
Initial Observations of a Community College Microsystem fabrication-focused Undergraduate Research Experience
Introduction Hands-on approaches to learning are beneficial to students, maximizing students’ academic completion potential and better preparing them for success in the workforce. This can be especially true in STEM […]
Considerations for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Maintenance and Reliability
Introduction Human factors play an essential role in all aviation disciplines but may affect unmanned aircraft (UA) personnel much more significantly than traditional manned aviation. The top three issues with […]
Investigation of the Post-Pandemic STEM Education (STEM 3.0)
1. Introduction The CoVid-19 pandemic has resulted in shockwaves that have reverberated in almost every aspect of human civilization. As a result of the pandemic, severe supply chain disruptions have […]
Invited Letter: National Center for Autonomous Technologies (NCAT)
Introduction NCAT’s first mission is to foster public understanding of three autonomous technologies (ATs): unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), connected automated vehicles (CAVs), and unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs). All three types […]
The mission of The Journal of Advanced Technological Education is to publish high-quality, peer-reviewed papers on state-of-the-art research in Advanced Technology Education.