A Work-in-Progress submission shares current research and/or implementation that is not yet completed. This venue provides authors the opportunity to engage in discussion with other conference attendees to gain feedback on their work and find potential collaborators.
The paper submission is through ASEE’s monolith system:
All authors on a paper will be expected to participate in the review process. You do not need to be a member of ASEE to attend FYEE or submit a proposal or abstract. However, you do need to create an account by setting up your ASEE profile here.
Basic Paper Description
Papers should share information about how a faculty member or team are developing and/or implementing, novel practices across the breadth of topics of interest to conference participants. The work does not have to be completed but should be at a phase where meaningful information can be presented.
To help authors prepare their final submissions, the conference organizers suggest authors consider these guiding questions as they prepare a WIP paper.
- What is the motivation for the work? (The problem to be solved)
- What situation is being addressed?
- What are the goals of the practice being implemented?
- What research provides the foundations for the inventive practice?
- What range of audience will be interested in the subject of the paper?
- What is innovative, leading-edge, or cutting-edge about the major outcomes of this work (e.g. instructional practice, insight into advising, assessment of learning/teaching etc) ?
- How novel is the research, or practice, proposed by the paper?
- What has been accomplished? What additional work needs to be done?
- How well has the paper addressed questions about purpose, potential hypotheses, and possible methodologies?
Content – Suggestions not Requirements
In the final paper the authors should consider describing some similar research that supports the practice, or how does the research incorporate any relevant research. A brief synopsis of the methodology, and/or describe the research question(s) should be included.
Finally, the conference organizers suggest the final paper should describe what results the authors anticipate will be obtained, and what remains to be done before the study will be completed, or some similar content.