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View Resource Energy Systems Engineering Technician Curriculum

St. Lawerence College of Ontario, Canada offers a two year program for students interested in becoming Energy Systems Engineering Technicians serving the alternative energy industry. The website offers a description of the program and links to required courses.

View Resource Webinar: Steps to Building Great Learning Objects

This webinar was held on April 18, 2008. Now that you understand what a learning object is and how to use them, it is time to create your own! Explore various types of learning objects and examine templates for creating them.

View Resource SEWP Digest

The SEWP Digest is a newsletter from the National Bureau of Economic Research's Science and Engineering Workforce Project. This issue features articles on nanotechnology. Covered topics include jobs in nanotechnology, nanotechnology safety, and other developments in the field.

View Resource Dream It. Do It.

Home page of the "Dream It. Do It." workforce development campaign launched by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) in February 2005. The campaign aims at informing young people, along with their parents and educators, about the rewarding career opportunities available in advanced manufacturing. Features of the site for students include a Dream Career Quiz, Career Profiles, Career...

View Resource Studying Engineering: A Roadmap to a Rewarding Career

Studying Engineering: A Road Map to A Rewarding Career is written for students, both those who are already engineering majors and those who are considering engineering as their field of study. The purpose of this innovative and exciting book is to enhance student success. Through its six chapters it teaches students about:The keys to success in engineering study, The rewards and opportunities of...

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