Advances in Engineering Education is expanding our content to now include short, work-in-progress articles that suggest potential impacts within the field of engineering education. These AEE Looking Ahead articles may include pilot studies with promising preliminary results and the potential to be more-fully implemented in the classroom. They might also include results, findings, and anticipated directions from venues such as mini-conferences and workshops. However, the aim is to align with the mission of Advances in Engineering Education – to showcase preliminary implementations, or research with the strong potential for implementation, so as to ultimately improve learning and/or satisfaction inside and outside the classroom. Looking Ahead uses a structured extended-abstract format of approximately 1000 words, in which authors describe the study background, methods, preliminary results, and next steps, including plans for implementation or future activities. The articles are peer-reviewed using criteria that include interest and appeal, potential impact on engineering education, originality, methodology, and potential for implementation or continued implementation.