Using Patents Databases to Teach Information Finding Skills to Engineering Undergraduates. ASEE 2007 ELD Engaging Users of Course Management Systems, Blogs, Open Source, and a Database as Tools of Library Instruction. Lee A. Pedersen Sarah Bordac Janet Blume. Brown University Snapshot - 2006.
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Using Patents Databases to Teach Information Finding Skills to Engineering Undergraduates
ELD Engaging Users of Course Management Systems, Blogs, Open Source, and a Database as Tools of Library Instruction
Lee A. Pedersen
Point i: (ri,zi)
Point i-1: (ri-1,zi-1)
Meet before optimal 12-oz bottle design
Use Excel to find the profile of a 12-ounce soda bottle with minimal surface area, subject to design constraints.
“Don’t Reinvent the Wheel”
PDF guides to patent searching
Shared through EN3 website and Library website
“Must not infringe on any known patents”
Begin screencast production
Course guide launched
USPTO tutorial live
Group survey announcement
Final group project report due
Assessment & Data Collection