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International Software Engineering Standards

International Software Engineering Standards Applied in Undergraduate and Graduate Software Quality Assurance Courses
At the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS), an 8000-student engineering school, software quality assurance (SQA) is taught in the undergraduate and graduate software engineering curricula. The course includes a 10-week project in which …

Funny Pages: Lukewarm

This cartoon appears in the book “Ten Commandments of Effective Standards” by Karen Bartleson. Reproduced with permission from Rick Jamison. © Rick Jamison.

Letter from the Editor

Safety First!
A Closer Look at National Electrical Safety Code® (NESC) Standard and Dealing With Disaster Recovery
We are back after a long break. No, we were not goofing off on a long summer break; to the contrary, we have been quite busy with the preparation for …

Call for IEEE Standards Education eZine Contributions

The IEEE Standards Education eZine Editorial Board invites contributions from industry practitioners, educators and students on topics related to education about technical standards.
Interested parties may submit an inquiry or article abstract for consideration to the Editorial Board at any time throughout the year via email to: ezine-eb@listserv.ieee.org.
Abstracts should …

Keeping the NESC® Current

The IEEE has long been a custodian of electrical safety standardization, but none more so than when it became Secretariat to the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) committee in 1972. Work began on the NESC at the National Bureau of Standards (NBS) in 1913, and …

Why a Standards Education eZine?

Welcome to the IEEE Standards Education e-Magazine
A publication for those who learn, teach, use, deploy, develop and enjoy Standards!
Technical standards are formal documents that establish uniform engineering or technical criteria, methods, processes and practices developed through an accredited consensus process. The purpose of this publication …

Standards Education Student Application Papers

Student application papers applying industry standards are papers submitted by students, or their faculty mentors on their behalf, in which an industry technical standard(s) was applied (analyzed and implemented). Each paper highlights specific design choices in the application of various technical standards and describes the …

Standards Education News

NIST Awards Funding to Advance Standards Education
Source: NIST website
For Immediate Release: Oct. 6, 2015
Media Contact: Jennifer Huergo, 301-975-6343
The U.S. Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has awarded seven grants totaling more than $490,000 to universities in five states to advance standards education.
Under the Standards …