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PRISM - American Society for Engineering Education - Logo NOVEMBER 2005 - VOLUME 15, NUMBER 3
ON THE COVER: DOWN, BUT NOT OUT - Thanks to Katrina, Tulane and the University of New Orleans have had to find other ways to get their students into the classroom. - By Thomas K. Grose, Mary Lord and Lynne ShallcrossDIVINE INTERVENTION - Cornell’s W. Kent Fuchs almost didn’t pursue an engineering career. His first choice was the ministry. - By Alvin P. SanoffTEACHING TOOLBOX: HIGH-TECH TEXTBOOKS - E-books are on the rise in some classrooms, but the publishing industry is still working the kinks out. By Jo Ellen Myers Sharp
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DOWN, BUT NOT OUT - Thanks to Katrina, Tulane and the University of New Orleans have had to find other ways to get their students into the classroom. - By Thomas K. Grose, Mary Lord and Lynne Shallcross
DIVINE INTERVENTION - Cornell's W. Kent Fuchs almost didn't pursue an engineering career. His first choice was the ministry. - By Alvin P. Sanoff
FIRST TO FILE - Major changes that appear underway in the U.S. patent system would reward the first applicant to get in the paperwork. By Bethany Halford

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BRIEFINGS
DATABYTES
REFRACTIONS: Raising Grades - By Henry Petroski
TEACHING TOOLBOX
HIGH-TECH TEXTBOOKS - E-books are on the rise in some classrooms, but the publishing industry is still working the kinks out. By Jo Ellen Myers Sharp
TEACHING: Starting With Square One - By Phillip Wankat and Frank Oreovicz
BOOK REVIEW: Power Play - By Robin Tatu
ON CAMPUS: Road to the Real World - By Lynne Shallcross
CLASSIFIEDS
LAST WORD: Reflecting on Katrina - By Marybeth Lima
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