HW_LibraryFamiliarization

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EE 111 EE Freshman Seminar (MacCarley) Name _______________________ Written HW 3: The library and research methods. (Ref: Profs. Breitenbach, Arakaki) 1. Why was the library at Cal Poly named the Kennedy Library? When was the Kennedy Library opened? Hint: use the “Search This Site” function in the upper right corner of the library’s webpage: http://lib.calpoly.edu 2. What are the regular hours for the Kennedy Library? What hours will the library be open over Thanksgiving and Christmas Break? 3. Learning from past students: Do a library search for an EE senior project that might be of interest to you. Locate and check out a microfiche copy of the senior project report and answer the questions below (if necessary, ask the reference librarian to direct you to the senior projects area): a. Project name and date completed. b. Do you think the project contributed to the advancement of EE knowledge, or was it just a “learning experience” for the student?
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Unformatted text preview: c. How much was spent on parts and materials? d. Is there evidence of the proposed and actual schedule in the senior project? Did the person stay on their schedule? If not, what were their reasons and/or excuses? 4. Find a technical paper authored by the one of the current EE faculty, published in a Professional Journal or Conference Proceedings. Fill in the following information: a. Title: . ........................................................................................................... b. Author: . ........................................................................................................ c. Publication Date and Paper Number:. .......................................................... d. Name of Journal or Conference:. ................................................................. e. Area of contribution (e.g., control systems). ....................................................
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2008 for the course EE 111 taught by Professor Deany.arakaki during the Spring '07 term at Cal Poly.

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