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Our Objectives The main aims of the African Engineering Education Association (AEEA) are: to promote excellent quality education in various engineering disciplines in Africa and to bridge the North-South divide.

Providing a mutual support network of engineering educators, through the established African Regional Conference on Engineering Education (ARCEE).

Improving teaching and learning in educational institutions, through workshops for engineering educators.

Sensitization programmes on the need for government support for engineering education, including the provision of adequate infrastructure and staffing.

Encouraging involvement of the Africans in diaspora to be involved in the development of engineering education in Africa, through exchange programmes.

Enhancing the development of the next generation of engineering educators, through the establishment of regional Postgraduate Training Centres.

Promoting exchange of students (both undergraduate and postgraduate) across the continent through removal of international fee barriers.

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS, PLAGIARISM AND ACADEMIC WRITING: CAN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING EDUCATORS MAKE A DIFFERENCE?

ABSTRACT The need for good scientific academic writing has been found to be of importance in science and engineering education. A literature review and analysis has been carried out on the good scientific  academic writing. The paper critically looks at the problem of plagiarism and how it affects the performance of students. It looks at the reasons why students plagiarise.

CHINA LAUNCHED HER 1ST PHASE OF MOOC IN AFRICA

The African Engineering Education Association (AEEA), under the leadership of Prof. Funso Falade, Dean, Faculty of Engineering as the President, has a long standing relationship with the Tsinghua University Centre for Engineering Education (now International Centre for Engineering Education, UNESCO Category II Centre).  The focus of the relationship is majorly in the area of contribution

INTERVIEW OF PROF. FUNSO FALADE BY THE REPRESENTATIVE OF CHINAFRICA MAGAZINE IN BEIJING, CHINA

XuetangX, the leading Chinese Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) platform created by Beijing-based Tsinghua University, has broken new ground yet again. After having reached more than 7 million users worldwide in May, XuetangX has now become the first Chinese MOOC platform to offer its online education services in Africa. XuetangX and the African Engineering Education

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