2006 Engineering Technology Education Bibliography
Dyrud, Marilyn A
The 2006 bibliography lists books and articles related to engineering technology education under the following headings: administration, aerospace, architectural, assessment, biomedical/biotechnology, civil, computers, curriculum, distance education, diversity, electrical/electronics, faculty development, industrial, industry/government/ employers, information technology, instructional technology, international, laboratories, liberal studies, manufacturing, mechanical, nuclear, teaching methodology, tech prep, technical communication, and technical graphics. Five categories-instructional technology, liberal studies, teaching methodology, technical communication, and technical graphics-include listings reflecting general technical education concerns.
Entries are listed according to area of primary emphasis, and items that apply to two or more academic disciplines are included under the area of major interest. For example, ECET-related papers are included under “Electrical/Electronics”; mechatronics papers are listed under “Mechanical.” Our apologies are offered for any entries that may have been missed or inadvertently placed in the wrong category.
To conserve space and allow for more entries, the following abbreviations are used:
ACP ASEE 2006 Annual Conference Proceedings, June 18-22, 2006, Chicago, Illinois. Proceedings are available on CD or at http://www.asee.org/conferences.
ASME Proceedings of the 2006 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, November 5-10, 2006, Chicago, Illinois. Proceedings are available at http://www.asmeconferences.org/congress06/ TechnicalProgramOverview.cfm.
CIEC Proceedings of the 2006 Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration, January 24-27, 2006, San Antonio, Texas. Proceedings are available on CD.
FIE Proceedings of the 2006 Frontiers in Education Conference, October 28-31, 2006, San Diego, California. Proceedings are available on CD or at http://fie. engrng.pitt.edu/fie2006/. WIP indicates a “work in progress,” a short summary of ongoing research.
GSW Proceedings of the 2006 ASEE Gulf-Southwest Section Conference, March 15-17, 2006, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Proceedings are available on CD.
JJME Proceedings of the IJME-INTERTECH 2006 International Conference, October 19-21, 2006, New York City, New York. Proceedings are available at http:// www.namyar.com/ijme/.
IL/NC Proceedings of the ASEE 2006 Illinois-Indiana North Central Section Conference, March 31-April 1, 2006, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Proceedings are available at http://www.ipfw.edu/asee.
MAC Proceedings of the ASEE 2006 Middle Atlantic Section Conference, April 28-29, 2006, Brooklyn, New York. Proceedings are available at http://websupport1.citytech.cuny.edu/Faculty/hli/asee/asee/pdf/Pr esentation.pdf.
NE Proceedings of the ASEE 2006 New England Section Conference, March 17-18, 2006, Worcester, Massachusetts. Proceedings are available at http://www.wpi. edu/News/Conf/ASEE/papers.html.
NMW Proceedings of the ASEE 2006 North Midwest Regional Conference, October 5-7, 2006, Menomonie, Wisconsin. Proceedings are available at http://www. uwstout.edu/outreach/conf/asee/asee_sched.htm.
PSW Proceedings of the ASEE 2006 Pacific Southeast Section Conference, April 20-21, 2006, Pomona, California. Proceedings are available at http://www. csupomona. edu/~sparisay/ASEE/PSW/announcements/conference/asee-pswApril2006FinalProgram.doc.
SEE Proceedings of the ASEE 2006 Southeastern Section Conference, April 2-4, 2006, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Proceedings are available on CD or at http://cee.citadel. edu/asee-se/proceedings/ASEE2006/frconten.htm.
STL Proceedings of the ASEE 2006 St. Lawrence Section Meeting, November 17-18, 2006, Ithaca, New York. Proceedings are available at http://www. cs.cornell. edu/Conferences/ASEE2006/program.htm.
WCCEE Proceedings of the 10th IACEE World Conference on Continuing Engineering Education, April 17-21, 2006, Vienna, Austria. Proceedings are available at http://www.wccee2006.org/.
WCCSET Proceedings of the World Congress on Computer Science, Engineering and Technology Education, March 19011, 2006, São Paulo, Brazil. Proceedings are available on CD.
WFEO Proceedings of the 7th WPEO World Congress on Engineering Education, March 4-8, 2006, Budapest, Hungary. Proceedings are downloadable at http://congress.mti.bme.hu/.
Since this year marks the 20th anniversary of the ETE Bibliography, it seems fitting to provide a little historical context and comment on the role of the bibliography.
The bibliography is the brainchild of Frank Gourley, recently retired as division director for engineering technology at West Virginia Institute of Technology and longtime chair of the ETC Publications Committee. The initial impetus was to collect the scholarship of engineering technology in a central repository and improve the visibility of engineering technology within ASEE, but another purpose has evolved over the years: the publication now serves as a research aid for the engineering technology community. The first bibliography was published in the April/May 1987 edition of Engineering Education; it was a modest five pages and included 137 entries.
When ASEE reorganized its publications in 1992, the bibliography migrated to the fournal of Engineering Technology, where it has been a standard feature of the fall issue.And it has grown in size, reflecting both the increase of scholarship in the field and additional publication outlets as a result of the explosion of the Internet; the last published version, in fall 2006, had 750 entries and ran for 12+ pages.
The bibliography offers a snapshot of annual scholarship, but, seen over a 20-year span, it also reflects the trends and concerns of the engineering technology community. While articles regarding electronic technologies, for example, have quadrupled, some issues remain relatively stable, including the status of technology compared to engineering and the challenges of diversity, promotion, tenure, accreditation, and, most recently, globalization. Overall, the engineering technology community seemed to be actively and energetically pursuing answers to questions at the heart of its mission: Who are we? How can we grow professionally? How can we better understand, support, and educate our students?
As one of the original bibliography crew, I have been privileged to watch the field of engineering technology develop its scholarship, and, as a liberal arts person, I have learned a great deal about factors which define the physical quality of my life. I appreciate the good spirits with which contributors have tolerated my ignorance of things technical, and thank you all for being so welcoming to a non-technical person in your midst.
Authors and readers interested in contributing to the 2007 bibliography should contact Marilyn A. Dyrud, Communication Department, Oregon Institute of Technology, 3201 Campus Drive, Klamath Falls, OR 97601-8801; phone 541.885.1504; fax 541.885.1654; email email@example.com. Contacts are especially needed for sectional proceedings.
Bhansali, Shekar et al. “Integration of Interdisciplinary Graduate Research and Education through the Institutionalization of Diversity Initiatives.” ACP.
Brinton, L. et al. “Challenges in Curriculum Adaptation across Institutions of Higher Education: International and National Student Transfer.” ACP.
Broberg, Harold L., and Michael OHair.”The Future of ET in the Purdue System.” CIEC.
Brower, Tim. “Can Engineering and Engineering Technology Programs Reside within the Same Department?” ACE
Brown, Heather, and Austin Cheney. “Report of National Science Foundation Accelerated Program Expansion (APEX) Grant Activities.” CIEC.
Buchanan, Walter W “Students at Risk.” GSW.
Buchanan, Walter W. et al. “Using an Industrial Advisory Committee as a Development Council for Obtaining Resources for Engineering Technology Programs.” GSW.
Crossman, Gary, and Anthony Dean. “Introducing the Engineering Technology Programs to All Incoming Freshmen Engineering and Technology Students-The Result Is Better for All.” ACP.
De Leon, John E., and Raju Dandu. “Easing the Transition from the Community College to an Engineering Technology Bachelor’s Degree Program.” IJME.
Elgun, Sardar Z. et al. “Educating and Building for Tomorrow.” CIEC.
Girouard, Janice et al. “Retention Strategies in Smaller Technology Majors.” ACP.
Hay, A. J. “International Recognition of Engineering Professionals.” WFEO.
Hill, Warren. “Student Evaluation of Teaching-Myths and Realities.” ACP.
Jenkins, Thomas W “Undergraduate Recruitment: A Model Strategic Plan for Undergraduate Recruitment of Students for Engineering Technology Departments.” The Technology Interface 7, no. 1 (Fall 2006): http://technologyinterface. nmsu.edu/Fall06/right/cgi.
Khan, Ahmed et al. “Students’ Perceptions of the Importance of Faculty Teaching Techniques for Their Learning/Success in a Technology Based Baccalaureate Program.” ACP.
Koehler, Cathi et al. “Are Concepts of Technical & Engineering Literacy Included in State Curriculum Standards? A Regional Overview of the Nexus between Technical & Engineering Literacy and State Science Frameworks.” ACP
Lyons, Harvey. “The Future Practice of Engineering.” ACP.
Malki, Heidar et al. “Toward an Interdisciplinary Graduate Degree in Technology.” ACP.
Mirman, Clifford et al. “A Community College/University Educational Program in Technology-Maximizing Participation through Varied Modes of Delivery.” ACP.
Morsi, Rasha, and Wael Ibrahim. “NAIT or ABET? How Different Is Different?MCJ?
Munukutla, Lakshmi, and Albert McHenry. “Branding of Engineering Technology Programs.” ACP
Richardson, Carol. “Retention in Engineering Technology Programs at Rochester Institute of Technology.” ACP
Ricketts, Paul et al.”The Evolution of a Capstone Design Course to Include Outcomes Assessment.” GSW
Sarker, Nripendra N., and MohanA. Ketkar. “Multiple Assessments and Continuous Improvement of Engineering Technology Programs.” GSW.
Scambilis, Nicholas, and Jennifer Wise. “TAC-ABET Accreditation-A New Process, a New Beginning.” ACP.
Strangeway, Robert et al. “An Innovative Two-Plus-Two Transfer Agreement Structure with Multiple Two-Year Colleges in Electrical Engineering Technology.” ACP.
Summers, Robert, and Julanne McCulley. “Applying Marketing Principles to Attracting and Retaining Engineering Students.” ACP.
Tapper, Jerome et al. “A Comparative Observation of Full-Time versus Part-Time Engineering Technology Students with Respect to Attitudes, Performance, Reliability, Maturity, and General Professionalism.” ACP.
Villenueve, Paul L. “Disseminating the Differences, Understanding the Differences between Engineering and Engineering Technology Students.” CIEC.
Whitt, Michael, and Rodney Handy.”EngineeringTechnology Students:Their Role in the Global Economy.MCi?
Wolf, Lawrence. “Doctoral Degrees in Engineering Technology: What Are the Real Issues?” ACP
Hendricks, Renee, and David L. Stanley. “Expectations for a New Aeronautical Engineering Technology Program.” IJME.
Nagchaudhuri.Abhijit et al. “Aerial Imaging and Remote Sensing at University of Maryland Eastern Shore.” ACP.
Raju, Venkitaswamy. “A Unique Capstone Project: Building an Airplane.” ACP.
Betz, Joseph.”The Effects of Computer Automation on the Design Development Process in Architecture.” ACP.
Cowan, David. “Adopt a Building Project: Utilizing the Existing (case Studies) to Teach Construction.” ACP.
Davis, Daniel. “Collaborating with Industry via Your Advisory Board.” ACP.
Ding, Suining. “Teaching Dynamics of Cultural Dimensions in Design to Create Sustainable Environment: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Architecture.” ACP.
Honchell, Jeffrey, and Gregory Palmier.”Teaching Computer Architectural Performance Analysis.” ACP.
Jordan, F. Michael. “Service Learning in Architectural Technology: A Habitat for Learning.” IJME.
Aghayere,Abi.”The Efficacy of Ongoing Course Assessment for Enhancing Student Learning in Structural Design Courses.” ACP.
Ahmadian, Mohamad H.”Evaluating the Degree of Student Learning.” IJME.
Blank, S. “Preliminary Results of Assessing Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) for Associate Degree Electromechanical Engineering Technology Students.” MAC.
Buchanan,Walter et al.”Nationally Normed Exams and Other External Tools for Program Assessment I.” CIEC.
Calis, Gulben et al. “Fuzzy Rule-Base Model to Evaluate Student Performance.” WFEO.
Chompu-Inwai, Rungchat, andToni L. Doolen. “Using Qualitative Methods to Evaluate the Use of Technology in the Classroom.” FIE.
Cottrell, David et al.”TC2K:A Successful Working Model for Continuous Improvement.” ACP.
Craft, Elaine L., and Patressa J. Gardner. “Re-Purposing Work Keys to Assess Gains in Student Learning in Associate Degree Engineering Technology Programs.” CIEC.
Craft, Elaine L. et al. “Creating Tools for Assessing ProblemSolving in Technology Programs.” CIEC.
Das, Nirmal. “Assessment and Evaluation of Engineering Technology Programs.” ACP
Devine, David. “A Specific Instructor Evaluation (SPIE).”ACP
Farook, Omer et al. “Outcome Based Education and Assessment.” ACP.
Fuehne, Joseph. “Embedding Multiple Assessments in Classroom Activities.” ASME. Paper no. 13947.
Gaddini, Anthony R. et al. “Measuring and Evaluating Teamwork Effectiveness in Undergraduate Project Teams and Evaluating Teamwork Enhancement Interventions.” IL/NC.
Hall, Teresa, and Tracy Tillman. “Meaningful Program Assessment via Professional Certification.” CIEC.
Howard, William, and Joseph Musto. “The Assessment Workshop: A Tool for Promoting Faculty Involvement.” ACP.
Hylton, Pete, and Jamie Workman. “Industry Based Assessments in an Engineering Technology Capstone Design Course.” IL/NC.
Jao, Feng. “Alternative Assessment: Electronic Portfolio.” IL/NC.
Jenkins, T. “The Use of a Project Oriented Capstone Course in an Assessment Process.” Proceedings of the New Mexico Space Grant Consortium 8th Annual Science, Engineering, & Technology Education Conference, Las Cruces, NM, January 13, 2006.
Johnson, Daniel et al.’A Continuous Improvement Process for a Large Multi-Program Engineering Technology Department.” ACP.
Ketkar, Mohan. “case Study Reveals Several Benefits including Development of Soft Skills for Engineering Technology Students and Assessment of KeyTAC-ABET Program Outcomes.” ACP.
Khan, Ahmed, and Robert Lawrence. “Use of Rubrics for Assessment of a Senior Project Design Course.” ACP.
Lal, Akhil et al. “Assessment of Engineering Science Programs.” WCCSET.
McNair, Lisa et al.”Using E-Portfolio to Define,Teach, and Assess ABET Professional Skills.” WIP.FIE.
Meyer, David. “Strategies for Assessing Course-Specific Outcomes.” ACP.
Maurice, Sebastian, and Shelley Lissel. “Evaluating Online Testing Technology.” International fournal of Engineering Education 22, no. 4 (2006): 839-48.
Miertschin, Susan et al. “Student Self-Assessment: Can It Be Used to Improve Instruction?” ACP.
Nankivell, Kim et al. “Can Assessment Be a Marketing Tool for Your Program? The Roles of Assessment, Student Success and Faculty in Program Success.” ACP.
Neff, Gregory et al. “Lessons Learned: Reflections on a Department’s First TC2K Evaluation.” ACP
Olude, Ola. “The Problem of Manual Assessments of Training Simulators-A Systems Approach.” STL.
Petrova, Raina et al. “An Electronic Web-Based Assessment System.” fournal of STEM Education 7, nos. 3/4 (2006): http://www.auburn.edu/research/litee/jstem/viewissue.php ?id=23.
Proffitt, Allen W, and Carl R. Williams. “Application of Malcolm Baldrige Criteria in an Engineering Technology Department.” CIEC.
Self, Brian P. et al. “Building an Evaluative Research Foundation for Justin-Time Teaching.” FIE.
Skvarenina,Timothy. “Triangulating TC2K Assessment Results by Using Student Surveys.” ACP.
Stier, Kenneth, and Richard Boser. “Outcomes Assessment and Accreditation.” ACP.
Varma, Virendra. “Internally-Developed Departmental Exit Exams v/s Externally-Normed Assessment Tests: What We Found.” ACP.
Verma, Alok K., and Gary Crossman.”An Assessment and Continuous Improvement Model for Engineering Technology Programs.” CIEC, ACP.
Wise, John et al. “Measurement and Evaluation in Engineering Technology.” ACP.
Yasar, Senay et al. “Development of a Survey to Assess K-12 Teachers’ Perceptions of Engineering and Familiarity with Teaching Design, Engineering, and Technology.” fournal of Engineering Education 95, no. 3 (Juty 2006): 205-16.
Ziegler, William. “Internet and Classroom-Based Automated Evaluation Systems.” ACP.
Asgill, Austin B. “Biomedical Engineering Technology as an Option in EET.” SEE.
Asgill, Austin B. “Curriculum Development for an EET Degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology.” ACP.
Blanton, William Hugh, and Rich Rairigh. “Wireless Connectivity and Biomedical Engineering Technology.” CIEC.
Clase, Kari. “Impact of Converging Disciplines in Curriculum Design for Biotechnology Major in Industrial Technology.” ACP.
Han, Jong-In, and James E. Kildruff. “Environmental Biotechnology Course.” ACP.
King, P. H, and J. C. Collins. “Ethical and Professional Training of Biomedical Engineers.” Internationalfournal of Engineering Education 22, no. 6 (2006): 1173-81.
Rosentrater, K. A., and R. Balamuralikrishna. “The Importance of Emerging Biobased Industries to Engineering and Technology.” If ME, ACP.
Banik, Gouranga. “Students’ Attitudes Towards Construction Management Teaching and Professors.” ACP
Behling, Kevin, and Mark Shaurette. “Development of a Construction Management Specialization in Demolition and Reconstruction.” ACP.
Dahman, Nidal et al. “The Modernization of the Surveying Engineering Program at Old Dominion University.” If ME.
Das, Nirmal. “Teaching/Learning Modules for Structural Analysis.” ACP.
Dunn, Philip. “Cooperative Efforts Using Theater Students for Construction Management Technology.” NE.
Dunn, Philip. “Practical Writing Exercises in Construction Management.” ACP.
Elton, D. et al.”Adding Excitement to Soils:A Geotechnical Student Design Competition.” International fournal of Engineering Education 22, no. 6 (2006): 1325-36.
Gao, Z., and V. K.Varma.”Investigation of Developing and Delivering On-line Courses in Construction Management.” ACP
Gehrig, Bruce et al. “Development of an Integrated Construction Management and Civil Engineering Technology Curriculum.” ACP.
Goldowitz, Josh, and Karl Korfmacher. “A Productive Inner City-Environmental Technology Collaboration.” ACP.
Malki, Heidar A., and Shayan Mirabi. “Wastewater Effluent Flow Control Using Multilayer Neural Networks.” The Technology Interface 6, no. 1 (Spring 2006): http://technologyinterface. nmsu.edu/Spring06/right.cgi.
McCrary, Steven W.”Construction Project Tracking and Control for Eagle Construction Company: A Teaching Example.” The Technology Interface 7, no. 1 (Fall 2006): http://technologyinter-face.nmsu.edu/Fall06/right/cgi.
Murad, Maher. “A Hands-On Approach to Teaching Civil Engineering Design Courses: A Case Study.” IJME.
Sener, Erdogan.”Curriculum Development for Infrastructure-Construction Education.” MAC.
Sener, Erdogan, and David Kieser. “Hydraulics and Drainage Course in a Construction Management Program.” ACP.
Sprinsky, William. “Teaching GIS with Intergraph’s GeoMedia in a Civil Engineering Technology Program.” ACP.
Sulbaran, Tulio. “An Experience of a Course Management System in Construction Scheduling Framed within ABET-TAC Accreditation Criteria.” SEE.
Sulbaran, Tulio, and David Marchman. “State-of-the-Art: Law Enforcement Surveillance Impact on Construction Zones.” SEE.
Tito-Izquierdo, Jorge et al. “Behavior of a Simple Supported Post-tensioned Beam under Ultimate Loads.” Proceedings of the 23rd SECTAM Conference, May 21-23, 2006, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico.
Tito-Izquierdo, Jorge et al. “Effective Use of Technology Teaching Structural Analysis and Design.” ACP.
Tito-Izquierdo, Jorge et al. “An Experiment Based Structural Dynamics Course for Engineering Technology Students.” ACP.
Varma, V. K. “Design-Build Approach to Project Delivery: The Checks and Balances in the Overall Construction Process.”ACP.
Arasteh, Davoud.”Algorithmic Complexity Measure and Lyapanov Matrices of the Dynamical Systems.” IJME.
Arasteh, Davoud. “Developing a Practical Computer Networking Laboratory.” GSW
Arasteh, Davoud. “Teaching Convolutional Coding Using MATLAB in Communication System.” GSW.
Bachnak, R et al. “Real-Time Wireless Control and Data Acquisition via an Embedded System.” Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems, September 20-22,2006, San Francisco, CA: 224-8.
Bachnak, R. et al. “Teaching Assembly Language with a Taste of Hardware.” fournal of Computing Sciences in Colleges 21, no. 4 (April 2006): 154-60.
Bailey, Michael et al.”Computing Curricula:The History and Current Status of 4-Year Computing Programs.” ACP.
Bower, Timothy. “Using Linux Kernel Modules for Operating Systems Class Projects.” ACP.
Chacón, Sergio et al. “Experimental Design of a Laboratory for Voice Over Using SBT GSW.
Ciarella, Anthony V CCNA Self-Study Guide. 2nd ed. Clifton Park, NY: Thomson/Delmar, 2006.
Elahi, Ata, and Mehran Elahi. Data, Network & Internet Communications Today. Clifton Park, NYThomson/Delmar, 2006.
Farahmand, Farid, and Veeramuthu Rajavivarma. “High Performance Computing in Classroom Environment.” ACP.
Gordon, Susan L., and James Wolfer.”Exploring the Feasibility of a Robot-Centric CPU Simulator to Control Physical Robots as an Assembly Language Instructional Aid.” IJME.
Graves, Michael. The Complete Guide to Networking and Network+. 2nd ed. Clifton Park, NYThomson/Delmar, 2006.
Helps, Richard C, and Craig Malquist. “Mesh Networks in Embedded Computer Systems for Technology Education.” ACP
Huang, Han-Way. The HCS12/9S12:An Introduction to Software & Hardware Interfacing. Clifton Park, NYThomson/Delmar, 2006.
Hurny James, and Gina Hurny. “Applying Learning Community Pedagogy to First Year Computer Engineering Technology Students: A Pilot Program.” ACP.
Krawitz, Ronald. Introduction to Programming Using the Tool: VisualBasic.NET. Clifton Park, NYThomson/Delmar, 2006.
Lunt, Barry M., and Joseph J. Ekstrom. “Changing Times: The Status of Computing Education in the United States.” ACP.
Lunt, Barry M. et al. “Options in Computing Education in the United States.” Proceedings of the Fourth LACCEI International Latin American and Caribbean Conference for Engineering and Technology, June 21-24, 2006, Mayaguez Puerto Rico. CD.
Lutes, Kyle et al. An Information Systems Approach to Object-Oriented Programming Using Microsoft Visual C+.NET. Boston:Thomson Course Technology, 2006.
Lyon, D., and P. Krepsztul. “Heterogeneous Autonomic ScreenSaver CPU Scavenging.” NE.
Miers, Judson. Introduction to Local Area Networks. Clifton Park, NYThomson/Delmar, 2006.
Moor, S. Scott. “Music in MATLAB: Programming Challenges for an Introductory Course.” ACP.
Nieman, Amiram. Hit the Ground Running with Visual C++.NET. Clifton Park, NYThomson/Delmar, 2006.
Rajaravivarma, V et al. “Integration of Voice Over Internet Protocol Experiment in Computer Engineering Technology Curriculum.” NE.
Raza, Syed et al.”Data Analysis Methodology for Sand Rat Model.” IfME.
Saneifard, Rasoul. “Design and Implementation of a SampledData Controller.” fournal of Engineering Technology 23, no.l (Spring 2006): 10-14.
Schackelford, Russell et al. “Computing Curricula 2005: The Overview Report.” Proceedings of the 37th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, March 3-5,2006, Houston, CA. CD.
Schwartz, Ruth et al. “Meeting Computing Curriculum Challenges: A Profile of the Indiana University South Bend Informatics Program.” IfME.
Tsui, Frank, and Orlando Karam. “Analyzing Communications Activities in Student Software Projects.” ACP.
Wang, Jyhwen et al.”The Dancing Marionette-An Interdisciplinary Capstone Design Experience for Engineering Technology and Computer Science Students.” ACP.
Zhou, Xuefu. “Using Network Analyzers for Enhancement of Computer Networks Teaching.” ACP.
Ahuja, Sandeep.”Math Remediation in a First Semester Engineering Technology Course.” SEE.
Aghayere, Abi. “The Impact of the New ASCE Body of Knowledge and Policy 465 on Engineering Technology Programs.” CIEC.
Al-Masoud, Nidal. “Integrating MATLAB Graphical User Interface in Statics Course.” ACP.
Amos, Scott et al.”The Enterprise Program: A Vertically Integrated Engineering Technology Program.” ACP.
Anwar, Sohail, and Janice McClure. “Teaching a Common Engineering Design Course to First Year Engineering and Engineering Technology Students: A Case Study.” ACP.
Anwar, Sohail, and Janice McClure. “Teaching Engineering Design to First Year Engineering Technology Students: A Case Study.” CIEC.
Azad, Abul et al. “A Student Project Emerging from a Tripartite Faculty Collaboration.” ACP.
Bachnak, Rafic et al. “Applied Research Offers Undergraduate Students Experience and Ideas for Projects.” FIE.
Bachnak, Rafic et al. “Involvement in Applied Research Projects Provides Students with Experience and Ideas for Capstone Projects.” GSW.
Balachandran, Swaminathan, and Lalitha Balachandran. “Guidelines for Inculcating Lifelong Learning.” WCCSET.
Bass, R. B. “A Bachelor’s Degree Program in Renewable Energy Engineering.” FIE.
Bass, R. B., and J. Yarbrough. “A New, Open Source Bachelor’s Degree of Science Degree Curriculum in Renewable Energy.” Proceedings of the International Conference on Renewable Energy for Developing Countries, Washington, D.C., April 6-7, 2006. CD.
Blake, John. “Initial Development of a Needs-Driven Course on Calculation Methods and Problem Solving for Engineering Technology Students.” ACP.
Blake, John. “Offering a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Degree Program in Accelerated Eight-Week Terms: Experiences, Challenges, and Advantages for Students.” ACP.
Breen, Mindy, and Jason Durfee. “Senior Capstone: A CrossDisciplinary, Student-Centered Approach.” ACP.
Brito, Claudio, and Melany Maria CiampiTenente da Rocha Brito. “New Strategies in Engineering and Technology-seeing for the Future.” ACP.
Clark,WAndrew et al.”Embedding Innovation Process and Methodology in Engineering Technology and Business Management and Marketing Courses.” ACP
Craig, Walter. “Engineering Technology Capstone & Design Projects.” GSW
Dean, Anthony W. et al. “Developing a New Program in Marine Engineering Technology.” ACP, IfME.
Di Bella, Francis, and Ryan Healy. “A Description of a Capstone Project to Develop a Web Based Energy Center for Monitoring Alternative and Renewable Energy Sites.” ACP.
Di Bella, Francis et al. “A Description of an Integrated Capstone Project Team with Electrical, Mechanical, and Computer Engineering Technology Students.” ACP.
Dettman, Matthew A. “Moving from Engineering Technology to Engineering at Western Kentucky University.” CIEC.
Eger, Carl et al.”The Engineers in Technical-Humanitarian Opportunities of Service Learning (ETHOS) Program at the University of Dayton as an Integrated Service-Learning Program Model.” ACP.
Fisher, Kenneth J. et al. “An Assessment of Desired ‘Business Knowledge Attributes’ for Engineering Technology Graduates.” fournal of Engineering Technology 23, no.2 (Fall 2006): 10-15.
Foroudastan, Saaed, and Michael B. Anderton. “Implementing a National Competition Design Project as a Capstone Course at Middle Tennessee State University.” SEE.
Foroudastan, Saeed, and Michael B. Anderton. “Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity at Middle Tennessee State University.” ACP.
Frank, Robert H., and T Dwayne McCay. “The University-Wide Capstone Experience.” WFEO.
Franz, Harry. “National Fire Alarm Code Studies Development.” ACP.
Garcia-Saenz, Martha, and Maria Consuelo Garcia Alvarez. “Service-Learning Project and Technology-Transfer to Benefit Developing Communities.” ACP.
Garforth, R, and P. Fox. “The Key to Sustainability and Competitiveness: Planning and Community Integrated Energy Master Plan.” Magdeburger Wasserwirtschaftliche Hefte:Hochwassemanagement. Band 3, Chapter 1, 2006.
Gomez, Alan et al. Engineering Your Future: A Project-Based Introduction to Engineering. 2nd ed. St. Louis: Great Lakes Press, 2006.
Green, James et al. “Bringing Student Innovations to Market: A Hinman CEOS Success Story.” ACP.
Hadad.Alan J., and Anita E. Marchant. “Non-Traditional Engineering Technology Programs-A case Study.” CIEC.
Hagigat, Cyrus K. “Realigning Undergraduate Engineering Technology Curriculum in Anticipation of Future Continuing Education Needs of Students.” CIEC.
Hembroff, Guy et al. “Developing a Win-Win with Service Learning.” ACP.
Hulbert, Thomas E. et al. “Trends in Mechatronics Courses and Programs in Engineering Technology.” CIEC.
Hundley, S. et al. “Career/Technical Education and Workforce Readiness: Perceptions, Implications, and Considerations.” Proceedings of the PICMET Conference, Istanbul.Turkey, July 8-13, 2006.
Hylton, Pete. “Technical Risk Management (TRM) as the Connectivity of a Capstone Design Course.”fournal of Engineering Technology 23, no.l (Spring 2006): 48-54.
Jupner, R. and P. Fox. (Eds.). “Sustainable Approaches in Water Management, Urban Planning and Effective and Renewable Energy Uses.” Magdeburger Wasserwirtschaftliche Hefte: Hochwassemanagement, Band 3, Germany, 2006.
Lima, Mary Beth, and William Oakes. Service Learning: Engineering in Your Community. St. Louis: Great Lakes Press, 2006.
Mao, Leei. “Develop a Patent Oriented Capstone Course through Senior Project.” Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual Eastem Regional Competency-Based Education Consortium, Myrtle Beach, SC, November 1-3,2006.
McKean, Ron. “The Evolution of a Technical Curriculum.” ACP
Meredith, David. “An Associate Degree in Mining Technology.” IL/NC.
Merrill, Chris et al. “Infusing Engineering Concepts into Technology Education.” ACP
Miller, Amy. “‘FE Exam’-The First ‘Reality Show’ Encounter for Engineering and Engineering Technology Graduates.” ACP
Miszalski, Wlodzimierz. “World University of Technology.” WFEO.
Narang, Ramesh. “Development of an Ergonomics Course for Engineering Technology.” IL/NC.
Neuman, Charles et al.”The Design of an ABET Accredited Laser Technology Program and Its Relationships with Engineering Programs.” ACP.
Oakes, William et al. Engineering Your Future:A Brief Student’s Guide. 2nd ed. St. Louis: Great Lakes Press, 2006.
Oakes, William et al. Engineering Your Future:A Comprehensive Introduction to Engineering. 5th ed. St. Louis: Great Lakes Press, 2006.
Perez, Dorene et al.”Utilizing a Capstone Project as a Catalyst for Reengineering, Recruitment and Retention.” ACP.
Peterson, William et al. “Where’s the Management?MCi?
Porter, Alan L. et al.”A Systems Model of Innovation Processes in University STEM Education.” fournal of Engineering Education 95, no. 1 (January 2006): 13-24.
Porter, Jay, and Joseph Morgan. “Engineering Entrepreneurship Educational Experiences (E4) Initiative: Bringing Entrepreneurship to the Undergraduate Classroom.” ACP.
Robertson, John, and Damian Dufau. “Lean Education-Has Its Time Arrived?” ACP.
Rosentrater, Kurt A., and Youakim Al-Kalaani. “Renewable Energy Alternatives-A Growing Opportunity for Engineering and Technology Education.” The Technology Interface 6, no. 1 (Spring 2006): http://technologyinterface.nmsu.edu/Spring06/right.cgi.
Sanger, Phillip. “Service Learning Projects as Platforms for an Undergraduate Project Management Course.” ACP.
Schneider, Scott. “An Undergraduate Research Experience in Engineering Technology.” ACP.
Steiner, Mark, and Langdon Winner. “Thought and Reflection on Rensaeller’s Product Design and Innovation Program.” 571.
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-Marilyn Dyrud, bibliography compiler
The bibliography is a special project of the Publications Committee of ASEE’s Engineering Technology Council. Our thanks to the many engineering technology professionals who took time from their busy schedules to contribute their publication listings.
Marilyn Dyrud is a full professor in the Communication Department at Oregon Institute of Technology. She regularly teaches classes in business and technical writing, public speaking, rhetoric, ethics, technical editing, and desktop publishing, and is part of the faculty team for the Civil Engineering Department’s integrated senior project.
Marilyn is active in the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) as her campus’s representative, as the Engineering Technology Division (ETD) section representative, and as past chair for the Pacific Northwest section. She has presented papers at ASEE annual conferences since 1986, and has compiled the Engineering Technology Education Bibliography for 18 years.
In addition to her involvement in the ASEE, she is active in the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics and the Association for Business Communication (ABC), serving on the editorial boards of two journals and editing a teaching column for ABC’s pedagogical journal.
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