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Technology

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201 Children's technology workshop held
Gibson--Tressa
Northern Iowan 88:27, p.10
12/10/1991 Effort to introduce children to modern technology.
202 Educational technology and training symposium set for Wednesday at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1990:139, p.1
10/22/1990 Fred Hofstetter will speak on using technology in the classroom.
203 High school industrial technology programs changing to adapt ot needs of modern economy
Public Relations News Release 1990:22, p.1
9/17/1990 Technological literacy has replaced technical skills as the focus of industrial arts.
204 Imagine an entire society with the ability to set their VCRs
Public Relations News Release 1990:38, p.1
9/10/1990 Technological education is new focus in vocational education.
205 Technology student association announces competition winners; spring conference held at University of Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1989:667, p.1
5/23/1990 Sac City High School was named Outstanding Technology Student Association. The two day event broght together TSA chapters from across Iowa, competing in the industrial technology events such as bridge building, a dream house, and mousetrap vehicles.
206 UNI hosts technology students association event.
Public Relations News Release 1989:667, p.1
5/23/1990 Students from Meriden-Cleghorn-Marcus Middle School competed in the Technology Student Association Competitive Events tournament.
207 UNI hosts technology students association event.
Public Relations News Release 1989:667, p.1
5/23/1990 Students from Grundy Center school district took part in the Technology Students Association Competitive Events.
208 Students to compete in University of Northern Iowa hosted technology competition, May 3-4.
Public Relations News Release 1989:601, p.1
4/26/1990 The technology competition helps students build pride in work well done through recognition of individuals, groups and programs in career exploration, leadership, technical development and understanding of technology.
209 Two intermediate VersaCAD workshops to be held at the University of Northern Iowa: Registration deadline April 6
Public Relations News Release 1989:489, p.1
3/27/1990 Professor Ronald Bro instructs workshops on VersaCAD software on IBM and MAC II compatible computers. Sessions are held in the Industrial Technology Center.
210 Computers transforming Iowa schools
Public Relations News Release 1989:328, p.1
1/29/1990 Professor Don Darrow analyzes the use of computers in teaching science, history, mathematics, and language. Darrow states that children retain information more efficiently through computer simulations than lecture.
211 University of Northern Iowa to offer two graduate credit courses in Clear Lake
Public Relations News Release 1989:350, p.1
1/19/1990 Professors Charles Dedrick and Robert Decker instruct courses on the construction of effective educational environments, and developing computer skills in Clear Lake.
212 Technology aids businesses; marriage of science and business
Northern Iowan 86:21, p.14
11/14/1989 Research Consortium of faculty and business leaders provides technical assistance.
213 Technology: good or evil?
Holloway--Carson L. (Class of 1991)
Northern Iowan 86:20, p.2
11/10/1989 Technology is still under the control of human beings who will use it for good and evil.
214 University of Northern Iowa to host inaugural technology challenge for state's industrial technology students, May 4-5.
Public Relations News Release 1988:456, p.1
5/1/1989 The purpose of Technology Student Association Competitive Events is to build student pride in work well done through recognition of individuals, groups and programs in career exploration, leadership, technical development and understanding of technology
215 Industry, education work together: Northern Iowa, John Deere provide advanced computer drafting training for students
Public Relations News Release 1987:277, p.1
2/22/1988 John Deere and the Department of Industrial Technology offer an advanced computer design and drafting class at the John Deere Waterloo Works. The course is instructed by a professional John Deere CAD trainer, and will cover architectural plant layout.
216 University of Northern Iowa Library offers portable computers for student use; Computer labs added on campus
Public Relations News Release 1987:260, p.1
2/12/1988 Computer labs are installed into the Education Center, the Commons, and the Industrial Technology Center in addition to three existing labs. Twelve new laptop computers are made available for checkout in the library.
217 Record 80 educators attend UNI Conference on Talented and Gifted July 12-17
Public Relations News Release 1987:433, p.1
7/17/1987 Harold Shane speaks at the Conference on Talented and Gifted. Shane covered the impact of television on American education, and the relationships between children and machines. Includes a list of CONTAG participants.
218 Radio News Network announcements
Public Relations News Release 1987:345, p.1
4/22/1987 Joel Wells and Dennis Cryer examine a sex education bill. Phil Patton explains how parents pay their children's tuition before attending college. Doreen Hayek gives tips on computer purchases. Phyllis Conklin warns of the dangers of barbecue.
219 Students, public may interact with science experts during March 11 satellite broadcast at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1987:246, p.1
3/3/1987 Students were able to communicate with leaders of the scientific community through the College Satellite Network. Experts who were featured live on the program include a Department of Defense Official, an astronaut, and the Australian Minister of Science.
220 Old Gold yearbook done by computer
Public Relations News Release 1986:143, p.1
12/22/1986 The Old Gold staff utilizes three computer programs in assembling the yearbook. These programs allow the yearbook staff to create photo captions, insert photo blocks, and automatically sort student names. Includes interviews with two staff members.
221 UNI to offer eight telecourses for college credit
Public Relations News Release 1986:144, p.1
12/22/1986 Eight telecourses are available to persons suffering from work and time restraints. Students view these programs from home, and complete course work by mail. The programs deal in education, astronomy, computer science, anthropology, and Jewish culture.
222 Information age spotlights crucial role of skilled librarians, says new UNI library director
Public Relations News Release 1987:111, p.1
11/19/1986 Covers the appointment of Barbara Jones as director of the university library. Jones spent nine years in New York, where she gained her experience directing library services. She made efforts to update services by developing a computerized card catalog.
223 Sixties drug hero Timothy Leary to push computers as "the LSD of the eighties" Wednesday at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1986:483, p.1
7/17/1986 Timothy Leary visits Maucker Union on July 23, 1986. Leary, a former Harvard psychologist, spoke on the ability of computers to magnify thought processes and enhance communication.
224 UNI utilizes new technology
Bartell--Renee
Northern Iowan 82:28, p.21
1/21/1986 Satellite dish will enable UNI to pick up conferences and other instructional material.
225 Technology shapes reality
Heitman--Char Les (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 81:50, p.6
4/16/1985 Professor Stockdale speaks on the influence of technology on society.
226 Curris urges educational renovation
Nesheim--Barb
Northern Iowan 80:41, p.5
3/2/1984 Excerpts from President Curris's speech on technology in higher education; photo.
227 Changes needed in curriculum
Northern Iowan 80:1, p.3
8/26/1983 Dean McCollum talks about the challenges of new technologies.
228 Iowa takes on high tech: can UNI play a part?
Alumnus 67:1, p.
4/1/1983 UNI's role in meeting need for training in high technology.
229 High tech is here to stay, Swanson wants changes
Janssen--Steve
Northern Iowan 79:30, p.1
1/28/1983 David Swanson talks about the necessity and implications of high technology for Iowa.
230 The Panther's Pen
Meek--Lori L. (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 78:39, p.2
3/2/1982 Lori Meek is amazed with all of the new technologies such as cable television and video games; wonders what will be next?
231 UNI prof (Jedlicka) gives talk in Venezuela
Public Relations News Release 1981:92, p.1
10/13/1981 Technology transfer to developing countries was the topic of Allen Jedlicka's presentation in Caracas.
232 UNI physics lab resemble science fiction scene
Public Relations News Release 1980:81, p.1
9/19/1980 The Department of Physics labs receive new equipment to help study fiber optics.
233 UNI physics labs resemble science fiction scene
Public Relations News Release 1980:80, p.1
9/19/1980 The Department of Physics labs receive new equipment to help study fiber optics.
234 Event to feature futurist
Northern Iowan 76:57, p.4
6/13/1980 Lee Smalley will speak on the future of technology.
235 Conklin Navy Comet
Moravec--Sue
Northern Iowan 73:7, p.8
9/24/1976 Students observe a rocket powered drag racing car brought to campus by Ed Ballinger; photo.
236 Technology degree offered
Northern Iowan 73:4, p.12
9/14/1976 New baccalaureate program will be offered at UNI to fill void.
237 New Ed Center TV system lacks funding for staff
Moravec--Jeff (Class of 1977)
Northern Iowan 72:3, p.1
9/9/1975 Half million dollar system not in operation; no staff funds in sight.
238 Will it end our freedom?; technology
Hayes--Donald P. (Class of 1966; Education Faculty
Northern Iowan 64:28, p.2
1/12/1968 Has fears of increasing ability to eavesdrop.
239 44th annual Dickinson relays Saturday, record entry list
College Eye 63:47, p.6
4/18/1967 Lists teams participating in this year's event; announces the first SCI use of video tape at a sporting event.
240 Teaching aids displayed today in Gilchrist
College Eye 63:45, p.8
4/11/1967 IBM will display advanced technology for education.
241 Perspective: Creative imagination, beauty play major science roles
Wilson--Leland L. (Chemistry Faculty)
College Eye 60:35, p.3
2/22/1966 Suggests that people shouldn't focus only on facts, but that they should also enjoy and revel in the "creative work of man."
242 Immerzeel instructs 4,500 with electronic blackboard
College Eye 59:18, p.4
2/12/1965 George Immerzeel demonstrates "Electrowriter" for use with distant educational sites; photo.
243 Obiter Scripta: Fox sees institute as significant in education scene
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 58:25, p.2
4/17/1964 Claims that technical institutes are a necessity; technology is advancing too quickly to find workers who are educated in technology.
244 Smith: 'Understanding will not decrease conflict'
Smith--Miriam B. (Speech Faculty)
College Eye 56:40, p.2
8/3/1962 Contends that mass communication does not imply mass cooperation.
245 Automatic age hits SCI in public school relations
Furlong--Mary (Class of 1963)
College Eye 56:7, p.3
10/27/1961 Public School Relations Office uses new automatic typewriter to generate correspondence; photo.
246 The Ivory Tower
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 52:37, p.2
7/7/1961 Believes SCI will need more science and technology classes to make it a true liberal arts college.
247 Cedar Falls Daily Record reveals historical milestone
Public Relations News Release 1960:378, p.1
4/27/1961 A clipping from the scrapbook of Professor J. O. Perrine reveals the first message to be sent through wireless telegraph from President Homer Seerley to Raymond Pearson of the Iowa State College in Ames.
248 ISTC to host summer workshop on schools of the future
Public Relations News Release 1960:286, p.1
3/21/1961 The School Public Relations Workshop is sponsored by the Iowa State Education Association. School board members, PTA representatives and common citizens are invited to the workshop, will cover teaching technologies of the future.
249 Annual School Public Relations Workshop held at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:271, p.1
3/16/1961 Registration begins for the Twelfth Annual School Public Relations Workshop, where speakers will share visions of the future of education. Topics include the use of teaching technology, classroom layouts, and school scheduling.
250 Professor Mary Scott opens Elementary Leaders Conference
Public Relations News Release 1960:185, p.1
1/20/1961 Professor Mary Scott delivers the opening address for the Elementary Leaders Conference. The conference covers the use of team teaching and "teaching machines" in elementary education.

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