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Student Success Strategies-learning styles-time management-maximizing performanceClassroom managementProfessor management-Felder-Soloman ModelFour dimensions:Active/reflectiveVisual/VerbalSequential/GlobalSensing/Intuitive-Activeretain and understand best by doing, discussing, applying, or explaining-reflectiveretain and understand best by thinking about things first-sensinglike learning facts and solving problems using well-established methods-intuitiveprefer discovering possibilities and relationships. Like innovation but not repetition-sequentialgain understating in linear logical steps-globalneed to grasp the big picture.Learn in large jumps, absorbing material randomly until suddenly “getting it”-visualremember best from what they see.Most people are visual-verbalget more out of words. (most lectures)-timeNon-renewableQTOT-quality of time on task-classroom managementthe secret to engineering successgo to classrepetition I keyread aheadlisten to lecturere-read after lecturework problemsask questions-professional stafffull, associate, and assistant professorsteaching, Research, and service obligations-instructional staffinstructors and adjunctsteaching only but may be working professionals-teaching assistantsstudents like you at the graduate level-good and bad times to meet professorsbest time is right after classnext best, during office hoursmay request appointment-25% of americans 25 and older have college degreesIndustrial Engineering-John TaylorA231Ienet.org-what is industrial engineeringconcerned with the design, improvement and installation of integrated systems of people, materials, equipment and energy.Draws upon specialized knowledge and skill in the math, physical, and social sciences together with principles and methods of engineering analysis and design to specify, predict, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such systems.Figure out how to make or do things betterTwo issues: Productivity and qualityAddress these issues by looking at integrated systems of machines, human beings, information, computers and other resourcesDistinguished by its flexibility-what do IE’s domake significant contributions to employers by making money for them and making workplace environment better-work everywhereinformation and computers are critical components of IE-technical competence-business sophistication-visiona solid curriculum coupled with a strong research program driven by the economic and technological needs of our society-factory core competenciesadvanced manufacturingcomposite & nano-materials processingquality & reliability engineeringengineering managementenvironmentally conscious enterprisingrenewable energy researchapplied optimization-instructional & research laboratoriesrobotics and automationautomated manufacturing systemsaffordable composite manufacturingadvanced materials processingmaterials characterizationhuman factors & ergonomicsprecision manufacturigng & metrologyoptimization & simulationCAD/CAMTGIF (teachers & guides in forum)-what to expect as engineering studentRemember previous material, so learn itStudy 2-3 hours per credit hour per weekLearn most material outside classExpect to be confusedDifferent social life than other majorsWeb design information-hypertext mark up languagewebpagetext file with markup tagsmarkup tags instructs browser how to display text-html tags indicate the type of text<html>---tag indicates this is html file<body>---defines body of page<hI> --- text</body>---end tag</html>---end tag-save text in a file called .htm-open file in a web browserprogram designed to interpret web pages-tags can be nested-html creationweb development program---NVU-assetsanything your webpage needs to renderimagesflash filesaudio files-to publish pagecopy files to the COE webserverset your file permissionsconfirm your page is viewable from the weblean manufacturing-manufacturing complexityrelentless identification and elimination of waste that get in the way of providing customers exactly what they need when they need itconcepts are simple, straightforward process for continuous improvement in all areas-types of wasteoverproduction, waiting, transportation, over processing, inventory, movement, defects, unused brainpoweroverproductionmaking more than is needed to meet current shipment requirementsuses labor, materials, and process time that could be used for orders needed nowcreates inventoryorders may not be received for itthe worst waste since t creates otherswaitingpeople standing around waiting for materials, tooling, information, maintenance supporttransportationtransporting something doesn’t add valuerequires people & equipmentmaterial gets damagedto get it out of the way or to the next processarrange work for min. transportation requiredover-processingdoing more than is necessary for the effective functioning of the productdone because of unbalanced work design, or lack of understanding of product requirementsinventorytakes up space that could be used for ther processingrequires peoplegets damagedhides problems that should be corrected, or improvements that could be mademovementunnecessary physical actions by workerstakes time, energy, and cost that could be used productivelyoften awkward and cause discomfort or detract from other activitiesdefectsproduct does not meet requirementwastes time of people and machinery and raw materialscauses organization to schedule more than was ordered by customer thus building inventoryunused brainpowerpeople are told to do, and not asked to thinkproblems are overlooked and opportunities missedpeople lose motivation at workmanagement has to spend time dealing with day-to-day problems rather than longer-term issues-what lean isn’tis not a workforce reduction programis not work harder programis not description of staffing levelsis not a flavor of the month-shigeo shingocreated single minute exchange of die-integration of lean and six sigmaboth are project by project approaches to improvementlean=time and spacesix sigma=defects and variationboth require a change in mindset of they are to become imbedded-first year eng. Lab projectgoalsprovide a simulated production experience for the students where they can modify and test different systems methodologies and measure their impactday 1- workshop- learn the conceptsday 2- compettion – use the conceptsexcel presentation-purposeto create spreadsheets in electronic tables that can be usedmanipulate data setanalysis of tabular data that fis multiple grid

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