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Subject Source: Thesaurus for Use in College and University Archives

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Course Catalogs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AC-0598
Scope and Contents of the Collection The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT ) Course Catalogs have been issued since the first year classes were offered at MIT beginning in 1865 and continue to the present (2016). The MIT Course Catalog is currently published each August by the MIT Reference Publications Office. The word Course is used in a specific way at MIT. Each department or program within the Institute is identified by Course number. When capitalized, the word Course refers to an organized curriculum...
Dates: 1865 - 2016

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, course lectures

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AC-0160
Scope and Contents

The collection comprises 293 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) course lecture tapes.

Dates: 1977 - 1979

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics curricula

Identifier: AC-0401
Scope and Contents

The collection contains examinations and course notes prepared for 16.501 (Aerodynamics of a Compressible Fluid).

Dates: 1914 - 1983

MIT Student Notes Collection

Identifier: MC-0766

The collection contains materials that document the academic student experience on the MIT campus. The collection includes handwritten and printed notebooks, exams, assignments, p-sets, and notes created by those teaching the class and by those taking the class.

Dates: 1927 - 1985

William A. Baker papers

Identifier: MC-0150
Scope and Contents of the Collection

The collection consists of William Baker's student notes from classes he took in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering taught by Charles W. Berry, Harry C. Bradley, Myron W. Dole, Augustus H. Gill, Arthur L. Goodrich, James Robertson Jack, Jeremiah F. O'Neill, Edward J. Salstrom, and Richard Harbert Smith.

Dates: 1930 - 1934