Industrial Technology Curricular Material, 1969-1994

Archival series:  15/05/18  Industrial Technology Curricular Material, 1969-1994.  1.5 linear feet

This collection was apparently located in a campus storeroom and sent to the University Archives in September 2010.  It consists primarily of course-related material and programming reviews in the areas of Energy and Power and Electromechanical Systems.  Some of the material in the collection was developed by Professors Rex Pershing and Jere Wheatley.  The collection provides a good look at curriculum development and enrollment in those areas and at department enrollment patterns.


Box 1

Community college articulation, 1991

Department of Industrial Technology, five year plan, 1986-1991

Department of Industrial Technology, equipment requests, 1987

NAIT study, evaluation of technology teacher education program, 1992

NAIT self study report for Electromechanical systems major, 1992

Student outcomes assessment plan, 1992

Industrial Technology curricula and course scheduling

Soybean equipment, 1994

Energy and Power program review, 1986

Energy and Power five year plan, 1986

Energy and Power public relations

Energy and Power seminar, 1989

Energy and Power, mission and goals, 19889

Electromechanical systems, restatement of program, 1993

Electromechanical Systems Advisory Committee, 1991

Diesel pump program

Prab robot

Electric vehicle

Equipment inventory, 1980

33:139, Circuit and board design

33:038 Industrial electricity

33:032 Power systems

33:037 DC and AC theory

33:164 Programmable logic controllers

33:164 Laser applications

Vocational education personnel development, 1982-1983

Department enrollment analysis, 1969-1978


Collection processed and Web page inventory prepared by University Archivist Gerald L. Peterson, October 22, 2010; updated January 13, 2011 (GP).


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