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View Resource Fostering Creativity and Innovation in Engineering Students

In a recent article in Harvard Business Review, it's argued that a country's economic compositeness is tied directly to its ability to mobilize and harness the creative energies of its people. Although America may be the land of opportunity in the 20th century, it's on the verge of losing the competitive edge in the 21st century because, in the post 9/11 era, it is confronting the possibility of...

View Resource Global Manufacturing: It's Not Our Father's Industry

In this presentation, the panelist, Stacey Wagner, Director of Workforce Initiatives, National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), DC presents, "How the NAM Is Helping to Change the Image of Manufacturing?"Other members of the panel addressed critical questions such as: How do we help people understand how high skilled technology careers have changed? How do we connect business and industry to...

View Resource Introduction to Materials Joining Information and Curriculum (Demonstration Disk)

This website directs users to how they can obtain a free copy of the Introduction to Materials Joining Information and Curriculum Demonstration Disk. Through the efforts of the Ohio Department of Education (Career -Technical and Adult Education), The College Tech Prep Curriculum Service Center at the University of Toledo, The Ohio Board of Regents, these NSF grant partners, and other colleges in...

View Resource Application of GD&T

Many students that take a Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) course complain that they lack confidence in applying the concepts learned. One reason is not enough opportunities during the course to practice with assemblies instead of the simple parts typically shown in introductory textbooks. The specification of GD&T controls on the skateboard is an exercise that demonstrates that many...

View Resource Strategies for Creative Problem Solving: Interactive Computer Modules

These Interactive Computer Modules (ICMs) are contained on the Strategies for Creative Problem Solving CD-ROM, but are also freely available to download from the website. The ICMs offer participatory problem solving activities for students, intended to supplement the text. The website also includes summary notes from each text chapter and sample problems.

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