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Articles of Interest
ANSI Position Paper on the Role of Technical Standards in Curriculum
This Paper emphasizes the desired role of technical standards in education within engineering, technology, and computing academic curricula in the technical areas of interest of the ANSI membership.
Standards in the Quality Management Course at the University of Guelph
How standards have long been an integral part of the marketing program at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada
Teaching Tools of the Trade
How one standards development organization’s initiative on “Standards in Education” is engaging the academic community
Educating Beyond School
Learn how one intern received on-the-job training in standards during his summer internship.
"Real Life Learning"
How one doctoral candidate includes hands-on education as a teaching assistant in a failure analysis class.
Standards in Education: The Use of Standards in an Introductory Design Course at Penn State University.
How the mechanics faculty in a university provide a balanced approach to teaching design by including standards.
Interview with ABET President Richard O. Anderson
Richard Anderson, 2004-2005 chairman of the ABET, talks about the intersection between standards and engineering education today.
The How-To series of articles in the ASTM magazine provides practical information on the mechanics of standards development.
Teaching Standards in the Classroom: One Professor’s Story
Michael Jenkins, professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Washington, Seattle, teaches ASTM standards as part of his curriculum.
“The Next Hundred Years”
Insights into the importance of Student Membership in ASTM International
“A Standards Education Snapshot”
Background on the state of standards education in academia and the workplace.
Standards in Education