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View Resource Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students

Penn State University provides a great web resource for all engineering and science students with the models, exercises, and advice that it gives for over a half dozen type of documents they will likely encounter in their schooling and eventual professions. On the left hand side of the homepage visitors will find "Student Resources", "Instructor Resources", and links to the "Contributors", which...

View Resource A Range of Communications Solutions

The ATETV project delivers web-based videos to connect students to careers in advanced technology. This episode of ATETV features the work of a demonstration engineer for Cisco Systems. This dynamic career is explained well here. Students with an interest in new technology and communications should watch this clip to learn more about this interesting career. Running time for the episode is 3:00.

View Resource Communications Skills Are Critical to IT Careers

The ATETV project delivers web-based videos to connect students to careers in advanced technology. This episode of ATETV points out the importance of communication skills to having a successful career, even in technological fields. The video explains that the ability to translate technology into understandable business terms is a big part of any IT career. Running time for the episode is 2:53.

View Resource Engineering Communication

This engineering communication overview, created by Greg Heitkamp and published by the Engineering Technology Pathways project, gives students background in the "ability to express what is going on to different parts of a project" in engineering so that the project goes smoothly. A number of different approaches are discussed, including concurrent engineering and integrated product development...

View Resource Engineering Communication: Student Reading Assignment

This handout, from Justin Foss at the Engineering Technology Pathways project, introduces students to the "four relationships to Engineering Communication to become successful." Those steps are: Mathematical Expression, Communication Skills, 2-Dimensional Drafting and Sketching, and 3-Dimensional Modeling. Each step is elaborated with examples, and the reading is followed by a list of sources...

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