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Hollister, Charles D., Ed. – 1983
This booklet was prepared by practicing oceanographers to help college students in their search for professional direction. The booklet: (1) points out some frontiers of current research; (2) describes five major subfields of oceanography (marine geology and geophysics, oceanographic engineering, physical oceanography, chemical oceanography, and…
Descriptors: Biology, Chemistry, College Science, Geology
Duggan, Jerome L.; And Others – 1973
The experiments in this manual represent state-of-the-art techniques which should be within the budgetary constraints of a college physics or chemistry department. There are fourteen experiments divided into five modules. The modules are on X-ray fluorescence, charged particle detection, neutron activation analysis, X-ray attenuation, and…
Descriptors: Chemistry, College Science, Graduate Study, Higher Education
South Carolina Univ., Columbia. Dept. of Physics. – 1976
This book contains 65 physics experiments. The experiments are for a college-level physics course for music and art majors. The initial experiments are devoted to the general concept of vibration and cover vibrating strings, air columns, reflection, and interference. Later experiments explore light, color perception, cameras, mirrors and symmetry,…
Descriptors: Acoustics, Artists, College Science, Higher Education
Norton, Thomas W.; And Others – 1977
This publication contains eighteen experiments and eight classroom activities. The experiments are of varying difficulty and cover the important aspects of solar energy utilization. Each experiment is self-contained, with its own introduction and background information. Energy measurements are emphasized and techniques for collector efficiency…
Descriptors: College Science, Energy, Environmental Education, Experiential Learning
Kirschbrown, Lita, Ed. – 1977
This is a catalog of films, filmstrips, slides, video tapes, and audio cassettes. Most of the materials listed are for college or adult levels. The entries contain the following information: title, format, date released, distributor, running time, costs, author, consultants, and producer. Some of the entries bear recommendations or reviews. The…
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Audiovisual Aids, Catalogs, College Science
Schlenker, Richard M. – 1977
Rationale, Goals and objectives, grading procedures, methods of instruction and evaluation, and procedures for accomplishing objectives are included in this syllabus for a college course in marine education. The course is designed to provide preservice teachers with introductions to general teaching and marine methodologies; and to meet the needs…
Descriptors: College Science, Competency Based Teacher Education, Course Descriptions, Higher Education
Larkin, Robert P.; Schoenstein, Roger – 1976
Described are instructional aids for teaching map and compass skills. Included are details on eight exercises on map skills and five exercises on compass skills. Most exercises are offered as games including techniques for varying the game difficulty to make each suitable for students from elementary through college level. (SL)
Descriptors: College Science, Elementary School Science, Elementary Secondary Education, Geography
Marcovitz, Alan B., Ed. – 1977
Presented are two papers on computer applications in engineering education coursework. The first paper suggests that since most engineering graduates use only "canned programs" and rarely write their own programs, educational emphasis should include model building and the use of existing software as well as program writing. The second paper deals…
Descriptors: College Science, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Programs, Computer Science
Schlenker, Richard M. – 1978
Presented is a guide for an introductory college level physics course in mechanics. The course is contract graded and allows students to proceed at their own pace; however, lectures, problem solving sessions, and laboratory sessions are included. Students on an independent basis review video tapes, film loops, library study, and conduct an…
Descriptors: College Science, Higher Education, Individualized Instruction, Mechanics (Physics)
American Society for Engineering Education, Washington, DC. Committee for Laboratory Oriented Studies and Experimentation. – 1977
This document provides abstracts of 116 laboratory experiments/demonstrations currently being utilized in all areas of engineering education at 52 universities across the United States. (SL)
Descriptors: College Science, Engineering Education, Higher Education, Instructional Materials
Bogart, Kenneth P.; Vitale, Michael R. – 1974
The electronic computer has brought about a mathematical revolution in the second half of the twentieth century. Once forbidding calculations are now within the reach of the average student and techniques which before had only theoretical interest have been seen to have practical value too. This book combines some of the familiar results and…
Descriptors: Biological Sciences, Calculus, College Science, Computer Assisted Instruction
Dury, George H. – 1969
Intended as a supplement to undergraduate college geography courses, this resource paper describes the science of geomorphology, the study of landforms. The general aim of this paper is to review the developments which have made geomorphology what it is today, to indicate its present character and status, to demonstrate its increasingly close…
Descriptors: Climate, College Science, Earth Science, Geography
Harman, Jay R. – 1971
Intended as a supplement to undergraduate college geography courses, this resource paper reviews the mechanism by which surface weather features are linked with the mid-atmospheric circulation within the westerly wind belt. Specifically, vertical atmospheric motions associated with certain aspects of the upper tropospheric flow, including jet…
Descriptors: Climate, College Science, Curriculum, Earth Science
Rayner, John N. – 1972
Intended to supplement undergraduate college geography courses, this resource paper investigates several concepts which are prerequisite to the study of physical geography. The student is provided with a "systems" approach to physical geography, which combines the underlying principles of physics with the contextual application of these principles…
Descriptors: Climate, College Science, Earth Science, Energy
Williams, Aaron, Jr. – 1973
Intended to supplement undergraduate college geography courses, this resource paper investigates the need and use of radar in weather phenomena research. Radar can be used to study weather phenomena over a wide area, thus improving the results of statistical analyses previously limited by inadequate data. Radar techniques are also useful for…
Descriptors: Climate, College Science, Earth Science, Geography
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