NEW MEXICO JUNIOR COLLEGE
Fundamentals of Prints & Drawings for Technicians
|A.||Course Title:||Fundamentals of Prints & Drawings for Technicians|
|B.||Course Number:||ENGT 213F - 10739|
|J.||Office Hours:||By appointment; set up appointment by sending a Canvas Inbox Email.|
|K.||Time Zone:||Mountain Time|
3 Credit Hours This course will introduce students to print reading, engineering fluid diagrams, electrical diagrams, electronic schematics, logic diagrams, engineering fabrication, and construction drawings. This course should provide personnel and contractors who are associated with energy industry facility construction, operation, and maintenance a foundation in reading, interpreting, and using engineering prints and drawings.
This course will meet the requirements of the Energy Technology Degree at New Mexico Junior College; however, it is important to check with the institution to which you are planning to transfer to determine transferability. All students are encouraged to keep the course syllabus, as it will help determine the transferability of this course credit to another institution.
Reading Material Provided by Instructor:
• Fundamentals of Prints and Drawings for Technicians (LM)
• DOE Fundamentals Handbook: Engineering Symbology, Prints, and Drawings Volume 1 and 2
Using LockDown Browser and a Webcam for Online Exams
This course requires the use of LockDown Browser and a webcam for online exams. The webcam can be built into your computer or can be the type that plugs in with a USB cable. Watch this video (http://www.respondus.com/products/lockdown-browser/student-movie.shtml) to get a basic understanding of LockDown Browser and the webcam feature.
Additional information and instructions can be found in the first module of the course.
You will be required to pay a one-time fee to use the webcam feature of Respondus Lockdown Browser. Once paid, you will be able to use the webcam for the remainder of the course. If you are on scholarship, this fee should be paid from your scholarship funds.
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Students attending New Mexico Junior College will be evaluated according to the following grading scale:
90 - 100% = A 80 - 89% = B 70 - 79% = C 60 - 69% = D 0 - 59% = F
The breakdown of points is as follows:
Assignments: 1200 points
Discussions: 350 points
Quizzes: 1700 points
Total points: 3250
This is a fast paced, eight week, accelerated learning course
Coursework will be graded within 7 days from the due date, if not sooner. Late work will not be accepted.
Discussions and Assignments will be a portion of your course work.
Discussions-- It is expected that you actively participate and post to at least 1 of your peers posting within each discussion question.
Assignments-- There will be one or more assignments for each module that we cover. Assignments that are required to be turned in, must be submitted by using the Assignment Drop Box in Canvas.
Final-- Completion of the final exam is required for completion of the course.
Please refer to each respective canvas module rubric to know the specific points allocated for each graded assignment.
Retrieving Grades from T-BirdWeb Portal
Go to the New Mexico Junior College T-BirdWeb Portal login page. Please enter your User Identification Number (ID), which is your Banner ID, and your Personal Identification Number (PIN). When finished, click Login.
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New Mexico Junior College’s institutional student learning outcomes represent the knowledge and abilities developed by students attending New Mexico Junior College. Upon completion students should achieve the following learning outcomes along with specific curriculum outcomes for respective areas of study:
1. Accurately solve problems using foundational mathematics, physical sciences, and energy technology concepts.
2. Demonstrate an understanding of environmental safety in regards to energy industry processes and procedures.
3. Conduct, analyze, and/or interpret real world scenarios and case studies or laboratory experiments.
4. Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills using specific energy technology terminology.
5. Demonstrate knowledge of energy systems and operations.
1. Demonstrate an understanding of technical drawings and their specific terminology and symbols. (DSLO 4)
a. Week 4, Module 4
i. Assignment-- Complete worksheet identifying symbols and understanding concepts
b. Week 6, Module 6
i. Assignment-- complete worksheet symbols and understanding concepts
2. Interpret engineering fabrication, construction and architectural drawings. (DSLO 3)
a. Week 1, Module 1
i. Identify and discuss a drawing that demonstrates one of the five common categories of drawings
b. Week 6, module 6
i. Quiz over fabrication, construction, and architectural drawings
3. Create technical drawings based on specific criteria. (DSLO 3)
a. Week 7, Module 7
i. Assignment and Presentation of created technical drawing using at least 3 learned symbols
If you have not already received login information for Canvas/T-BirdWeb Portal/E-mail, you will need to contact the Enrollment Management office at (575) 492-2546.
Check first-time login page for instructions at www.nmjc.edu/distancelearning/coursescourseschedules/canvasinstructions.aspx.
You must have access, on a regular basis, to a computer that supports the Canvas minimum specifications and has an active connection to the Internet. See the minimum computer specification requirements at www.nmjc.edu/distancelearning/coursescourseschedules/Canvasinstructions.aspx.
The preferred way to communicate with the instructor of this class is through Canvas Inbox. On weekdays, email will be answered within 24 hours and in most cases sooner than that. On weekends, email will be answered within 48 hours and in most cases sooner than that. If you have a legitimate emergency call my office phone. It is connected to my cell phone.
Meetings with the instructor will be held by appointment and/or virtually through the Canvas Conference tool whenever possible. Please inbox the instructor with meeting requests.
It is important to note that this course operates on Mountain Standard Time. Students are responsible for adjusting due dates to their time zone.
At the end of the course, the final quiz may require the use of a webcam as well as a sitting fee of $10-$15 to be paid by debit or credit card. Please plan ahead if necessary. The software company that facilitates the monitored quiz charges the fee, not NMJC or the professor.
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Online Learning Environment
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Review Course Information and complete “Getting Started” Module Zero
Module zero discussion and Assignment
Module zero Quiz
(DOE Handbook Volume 1)
Introduction to Print Reading
Week 2 Instructions
Module One Reading Assignment:
DOE Handbook Vol 1, Pages 1-22
LP1, LP2, LP3
Module One Discussion and Assignment
Module One Quiz
(DOE Handbook Volume 1)
Engineering Fluid Diagrams and Prints
Week 3 Instructions
Module 2 Reading Assignment:
DOE Handbook Vol 1 Pages i-x and pages 1-34
Module 2 Discussion
Module 2 Quiz
(DOE Handbook Volume 1)
Electrical Diagrams and Schematics
Week 4 Instructions
Module 3 Reading Assignments
DOE Vol 1 pages v- vi, and pages 1-23
Module 3 Quiz
(DOE Handbook Volume 2)
Electronic Diagrams and Schematics
Week 5 Instructions
Module 4 Reading Assignment
DOE Vol 2, page v and pages 1-23
Module 4 Assignment
Module 4 Quiz
(DOE Handbook Volume 2)
Week 6 Instructions
Module 5 Reading Assignment
DOE Handbook Vol 2, page v and pages 1-20
Module 5 Discussion
Module 5 Quiz
(DOE Handbook Volume 2)
Engineering Fabrication, Construction, and Architectural Drawings
Week 7 Instructions
Module 6 Reading Assignment
DOE Handbook Vol 2 page v and pages 1-17
Module 6 Discussion
Module 6 Quiz
**Each week begins on Sunday at noon and ends the following Sunday at midnight.
Module Zero: Getting Started
Review Course Information and complete “Getting Started” Module Zero. You cannot move on to Module 1, week 2, unless you have completed Module Zero and reviewed the Course Information.
Week 2: DOE Handbook Volume 1
Module 1 - Introduction to Print Reading
This module introduces each type of drawing and its various formats. It also
reviews the information contained in the non-drawing areas of a drawing.
Week 3: DOE Handbook Volume 1
2 - Engineering Fluid Diagrams and Prints
This module introduces engineering fluid diagrams and prints (P&IDs); reviews
the common symbols and conventions used on P&IDs; and provides several
examples of how to read a P&ID.
Week 3, 4
Module 3 - Electrical Diagrams and Schematics
This module reviews the major symbols and conventions used on electrical
schematics and single line drawings and provides several examples of reading electrical prints.
DOE Handbook Volume 2
Week 5, 6
Module 4 - Electronic Diagrams and Schematics
This module reviews electronic schematics and block diagrams. It covers the
major symbols used and provides several examples of reading these types of
Week 7, 8
Module 5 - Logic Diagrams
This module introduces the basic symbols and common conventions used on logic
diagrams. It explains how logic prints are used to represent a component's
control circuits. Truth tables are also briefly discusses and several examples of
reading logic diagrams are provided.
Module 6 - Engineering Fabrication, Construction, and Architectural Drawings
This module reviews fabrication, construction, and architectural drawings and
introduces the symbols and conventions used to dimension and tolerance these types of drawings.