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Dr Chapman's books on workshop technology and calculations have long had an international reputation in workshops and colleges. In their latest editions they now all use SI units throughout.Changes have been made where necessary to take account of new developments in practice and equipment, but on the whole the original character and style of the books have been retained.It is the method of instruction which Dr Chapman has combined with his unique style that has proved so successful in the training of workshop engineers all over the world.
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In discipline-based education research (DBER), early career scholars, such as graduate students and postdoctoral researchers, observe a slew of possible career pathways. Yet, there is a lack of opportunities to learn about such pathways, particularly when transitioning from traditional science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) disciplinary training into a DBER position. Thus, the DBER Scholars-in-Training Professional Development subcommittee was created within the Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) community to develop a collection of workshops that would serve the greatest professional development needs of early career scholars entering DBER. Through a series of surveys disseminated over multiple years, early career scholars expressed interest in better navigating their career options, which led to the development of the career panel workshop, held during the 2019 and 2020 SABER Annual National Conferences. In this report, we explore the development, implementation, and results of two career panel workshops and compare and contrast the 2019 in-person workshop with the 2020 virtual workshop. We also offer our insights on the value of the career workshop, discuss the next steps, and explore valuable resources for those planning on organizing similar events.
Proposes a way to estimate resolution requirements for the digital conversion of texts. Discusses attributes of documents to be preserved, suggests guidelines for scanning source documents, concludes with recommendations for the use of digital technology to convert paper and film-based materials. Developed at Cornell University for use in training workshops.