MAINTAINING PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL COMPETENCE OF THE OLDER ENGINEER: ENGINEERING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS.

R. C. Butman, F. C. Frick, Walter D. Storey, Albert E. Berndt, Richard D. Arvey, Benjamin Schneider, H. G. Kaufman, W. D. Decker, H. W. Swaim, Leslie B. Williams, Gerald I. Susman, Louis E. Davis

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Abstract

Following is a continuation of the list of titles and authors: Educational Technology for Teaching. By R. C. Butman and F. C. Frick. Introduction to Self-Directed Career Planning. By Walter D. Storey. Government Efforts to Utilize Engineering Manpower. By Albert E. Berndt. Motivational Models and Professional Updating. By Richard D. Arvey. Some Thoughts on Organizational Climate with Reference to Obsolescence. By Benjamin Schneider. Comparative Analysis of University versus In-Company Continuing Education for Engineers. By H. G. Kaufman. Anatomy of a Continuing Education Program. By W. D. Decker. Continuing Education in a Synergistic Work Atmosphere. By H. W. Swaim. ASEE Viewpoint on Continuing Engineering Education. By Leslie B. Williams. Enriching the Engineer's Work Role. By Gerald I. Susman. Design of Jobs. By Louis E. Davis.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationOxford
PublisherAmerican Society for Engineering Education
StatePublished - 1974

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