Communication Skills for Engineering Students

(ALSS 1000/formerly 23.100)
Sections T and N
Instructor: Natasha Artemeva 

Winter 2003 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Course materials

Tentative Course Calendar

Reading List

Schedule

Course Outline

(MS WORD file)

Lecture Notes

by subject

Assignments and handouts

 

 

 


Researching and documenting sources


Assignments and Handouts

Winter 2003

IT IS STUDENTS' RESPONSIBILITY TO PRINT OUT ASSIGNMENT SHEETS AND BRING THEM TO CLASSES.

For weekly preparation for classes, it is best to follow links to assignments provided in the Tentative Course Calendar

 

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ANNOUNCEMENTS: 

Winter 2003  

March 11, 2003

Classes and office hours on March 17, 18, and 19, 2000 are cancelled.

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February 26, 2003

ATTENTION:

Wednesday, 26 February 2003, office hours are canceled. If you have any questions, please e-mail me.

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February 16, 2003

 

Evaluation summary for the written progress report is now available (can be used as an additonal guide to the assignment). MS Word file

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February 9, 2003

 

Please make sure that your are following the most updated versions of the Progress Report Assignment and Checklists for Oral Presentation of Progress and for Written Progress Report.

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February 8, 2003

Evaluation Summary for Proposals in MS Word is now available.

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February 1, 2003 

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Attention 23.100/ALSS 1000 U and F (Fall 2002) students:

You can pick up your marked submission packages in my office, Room 261 Paterson Hall, during my office hours or by appointment.

I strongly advise you to proceed in the following order:

NOTE to "CONNECT" groups: please delegate one person who will pick up the Manual for each group. Make sure that all group members have equal access to my comments written on the Manual. A summary and a grade for the collective effort are presented on each individual form enclosed in each individual package. 

 

 

 

Scroll down to make sure that you have not missed anything important!

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For class 6: Visit http://www.peo.on.ca/Ethics/code_of_ethics.html to familiarize yourselves with the Professional Engineers Ontario Code of Ethics

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ATTENTION Project Partners: before starting to work on proposal drafts, make sure that you have communicated with your project partners (via e-mail, telephone, or in person) and agreed on what you are planning to do. If you intend to work on a group project, the purpose of the project, its title, and research questions should be the same for all students in the group.

 


Winter 2003

Instructor: 

Natasha Artemeva 

Office: 

261 Paterson Hall 

Phone/ voice mail: 

520-2600 ext. 7452 

E-mail: 

natasha_artemeva@carleton.ca

Office hours: 

 

Tuesday 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.; Wednesday 2:30 - 3:30 p.m., or by appointment.

Sections

T and N

 

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Proposal Requirements

Winter 2003

A reminder:

Note that 

You must

 

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Lecture Notes

(listed alphabetically)

Winter 2003

For weekly preparation for classes, it is best to follow links to lecture notes provided in the Tentative Course Calendar

 

Abstracts and Executive Summaries

Business Correspondence, Cover Letters/Letters of Transmittal/Memoranda

Comparison of Essays and Reports

Engineering Reports

International Communications

Introduction to the Course

Job Applications (Resumes and Interviews) and related links

Lab Reports

Meeting Documents

Oral Presentations

Progress Reports

Proposals

Referencing

Writing Process in Engineering

 

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Links to Engineering Web Sites

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©1997, 1998, 1999, 2000,2001, 2002, 2003 Natasha Artemeva, SLALS, Carleton University  

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