• Updates to OJS


    Over the past several weeks we have made some significant changes to the Journal website, including updating OJS which is the system we use to produce the Journal. We have gone through and checked to make sure all current members of the ASEE Engineering Design Graphics Division, as of 06/01/2020, have active access. If anyone is having problems with their account and accessing the site, please let us know. 

    Read more about Updates to OJS
  • New Publication Schedule - Beginning with Volume 83

    Beginning with Volume 83, the EDGJ has switched format to a process of ongoing publication through the Journal year. In Issue 3 of Volume 82, it was announced that Messages from the Editor and Division Chair will approximately coincide with the Midyear and Annual Conferences, so will appear mid to late summer and early to mid winter depending on the scheduling. We hope you enjoy the new format and feel free to contact the Journal staff if you have questions or concerns. Read more about New Publication Schedule - Beginning with Volume 83
  • Maintenance: An Update

    The all-volunteer EDGJ staff is aware of the following more-than-a-nuisance-than-anything observations and are addressing them:
    1. The broken hyperlink titles (HTTP ERROR 500). For now, click on PDF to the far right of the respective article title.2. That the sequence of articles in certain issues of the EDGJ is out of the standard sequence.
    In the way of a May 19, 2019 update, (1) we continue to make broken-hyperlink-title-repairs, (2) we're aware of missing "editorials and news" items and "full issues", and (3) we continue to collect data on our other maintenance requirements and missing archival issues. For now, the uploading of archival isssues has been put on hold so we can tend to the needed repairs and overdue maintenance.

    Thank you. Read more about Maintenance: An Update
  • Ethical and Legal Standards


    The EDGJ attempts to comply with the contemporary standards of ethical and legal principles when publishing issues of the Journal. To this end, we urge all EDGD and EDGJ stakeholders give special attention to ASEE’s policy of plagiarism and duplicate publication (see and pages 13-16 of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association and its guidance on duplicate and piecemeal publication of data and its guidance on plagiarism and self-plagiarism. This matter will continue to be included on the division’s annual and mid-year conference executive committee meeting agendas. RAC 20160519

    Read more about Ethical and Legal Standards
  • Browser Compatibility

    The EDGJ website can probably be viewed with most internet browsers--the current version. However, if you're interacting with the site, it's been suggested by our tech support that Firefox be used. Suggestion: if a web page returns no results, click the keyboard shortcut, F5, to refresth your browser.
    Read more about Browser Compatibility
  • Archives

    Dec 4, 2014 update: We've uploaded most of the back issues of the EDGJ that were scanned by Kathy Holliday-Darr and Mary Sadowski. The work will continue at a slightly slower and more deliberate pace. You may still find the content of ARCHIVES in some disarray as we continue the work. Click on ARCHIVES to check it out. Also, click on More.
    Read more about Archives
  • Professional Opportunities

    The Engineering Design Graphics Division posts professional opportunities in industry and education at Please refer to the descriptions of the professional opportunities at this location for more information. The descriptions will be posted for approximately six months before being removed from this site.

    If interested in having a description posted, contact:

    Lulu Sun
    E-mail: Read more about Professional Opportunities