Learners read a brief description of Kaizen and how it helps to eliminate waste in a process.
Converting Rotational Velocity to Linear Velocity
By James Bourassa, John Rosz
In this animated object, students view an example of how to convert rotational velocity to linear velocity. They then work practice problems.
Four Steps for Setting and Achieving Your Goals
By Mitch Vesaas
You will learn four steps for good goal setting.
Title Block Tolerances
By Glenn Sokolowski
Learners examine the use of the tolerances displayed in a title block by calculating the minimum and maximum allowable size of a fabricated part. In a brief quiz, students determine whether a part is usable or should be scrapped.
In this interactive object, learners examine standard and metric thread specifications used in engineering drawings. In a brief quiz, they identify various internal and external thread representations.
Nine Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning: Where Do I Stand?
By Terri Langan
In this interactive object, instructors use an extensive inventory to assess their beliefs and uses of assessment. The inventory is based on the work of educators supported by the American Association of Higher Education Assessment Forum in 1996.
Critical Thinking: Applying Analysis Steps to a Situation
By Rosie Bunnow
The learner reviews steps in analyzing a process and applies them to a situation in his/her own work or personal life.
Continuous Cycling Tuning Example
By Craig Hemken, Terry Bartelt
In this interactive object, learners follow the steps required for the Ziegler-Nichols Continuous Cycling method. The process identification procedure is performed, calculations are made, and the proper PID values are programmed into the controller.
Ziegler-Nichols Continuous Cycling Tuning Method
By Terry Bartelt
In this animated and interactive object, learners follow steps to perform the process identification procedure for the Ziegler-Nichols Continuous Cycling Tuning Method. A short quiz completes the activity.
Ziegler-Nichols Continuous Cycling Tuning Calculations
Learners examine the formulas that are used to determine the proper PID values to be entered into a controller using the Ziegler-Nichols Continuous Cycling Tuning Method.
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