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reductions at gas stations, and a lessened need for mechanics
(electric cars with fewer moving parts need fewer repairs).
Roman also raises questions about public policy. Adopting
electric cars varies greatly around the nation, the author notes,
due to varying incentives offered by state governments.
Electric Vehicle Classroom Activities Book-Volume 2:
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history of electric cars. Roman explores three
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ground students in one of the most important innovations
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In the book's introduction, Roman notes: " All technologies
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informative exchanges among our future leaders.
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New Audiobook Explores Understanding
the Engineering Gender Gap
IEEE-USA has published a new audiobook:
Free to Choose STEM: Data and
Reflections on Girls and STEM Careers.
Author Pamela Cosman draws on her
personal experience as a female engineer,
as well as numerous studies and articles, to
examine why a gap remains between the
number of women and the number of men
entering engineering. It raises questions about how we raise
our children and influence their decisions to enter (or avoid)
STEM careers.
Cosman outlines many reasons we should encourage more
of our daughters to go into engineering, including that those
employed as engineers have exceptionally high levels of career
satisfaction, as well as steady and high-paying opportunities.
IEEE-USA's new Free to Choose STEM: Data and Reflections
on Girls and STEM Careers audiobook is available free here.
New Audiobook Offers Guide to
Excite Teachers, Students about
Electrical Engineering
IEEE-USA has released a new audio edition
of veteran engineer and educator Harry T.
Roman's Electrical Engineering Activities
for Use in the Classroom. The audiobook
guides teachers through exercises and
activities they can use to introduce
students to and excite them about
electrical engineering.
Roman notes that in 1905 only five engineering fields
(electrical, mechanical, chemical, civil and industrial) existed.
Today, we have more than 100, ranging from aeronautical and
ceramic to aerospace and solar. So, there is much material to
cover! The author suggests starting with students developing
their own definition for electrical engineering, and exploring
how engineers solve problems, what processes they use, and
how these processes vary among the engineering fields.
You can download this audiobook here. The companion
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New Audiobook Discusses the Value
of R&D
In his new IEEE-USA audiobook, Do Your
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he believes in the value of R&D, and that
all too often, it falls victim to aggressive
accountants or short-sighted leaders. He is
also clear about who he believes corporate
R&D should emulate: Thomas Edison.
Roman presents the seven-step systematic innovation process
Edison pioneered: Identify a problem worth solving; evaluate
market needs; identify constraints and challenges; test
potential solutions; validate invention; market the invention
(now a product); and develop and improve the product.
Download the new audiobook in MP3 format, here.
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Manager of IEEE-USA E-Books and Audiobooks, Department Editor
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