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(This article has been taken from the March 2015 Member News and was written by Keri Allan) It’s never been easier to set up and fund an IET community. Although many members may think that developing a new network or event involves a lot of red tape, it’s actually fairly simple to get funding. This is something Bill Drury discovered when ... read more...
Posted by Steve Benveniste on Communities updates Mar 24, 2015 10:51 GMT
We've been banging on about the importance of social media as an engagement and marketing tool for a while now. Creating a buzz around your event and community can enhance attendance and the experience of delegates as well those not able to attend. We have put together a new infographic that shows Communities volunteers how to use Twitter ... read more...
Posted by Steve Benveniste on Communities updates Mar 20, 2015 4:00 GMT
MyCommunity is three years old and like any parent of a three year old will tell you – there have been some ups and there have been some downs along the way! Now, after three years we can take a step back and look at where we are with the platform and where we would like to go in the future. Part of this is to be clearer to you, the users, about what MyCommunity is ... read more...
Posted by Fiona Dew on MyCommunity Platform News Mar 18, 2015 12:10 GMT
Posted by Fiona Dew on MyCommunity Platform News Mar 18, 2015 12:10 GMT
Apart from mainstream applications in mechanical and electrical engineering, building and industry, thermal imaging is making headway into areas like law enforcement, medical and veterinary care, firefighting and wildlife preservation too. Barry Atkins, managing director of PASS Ltd, looks at the key manufacturers of thermal cameras and ... read more...
Posted by Boris Sedacca on Measure to improve Mar 16, 2015 7:51 GMT
Sapper William Walter Pullen of the Divisional Engineers, Royal Naval Division, died 12 March 1915, the seventh member of the IEE to die in World War I.  read more...
Second-Lieutenant John Leeson Moffet of the 3rd (Reserve) Battalion, attached to the 2nd Battalion The Royal Scots Fusiliers, died 10 March 1915, the sixth member of the IEE to die in World War I. read more...
Lance-Corporal Josiah Alfred Donald of the Divisional Engineers, Royal Naval Division died 14 February 1915, the fifth member of the IEE to die in World War I.  read more...
The following IEE Council minutes are extracts from the minutes of February 1915. Not all the minutes have been reproduced below, only those that directly relate to the war and its effects on the Institution.  read more...
Here are a few suggestions regarding what is the best diet you can follow when the all-important exams are on. read more...
Posted by Kavita Sharma on Exam Tips blog Mar 11, 2015 5:50 GMT
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Makes me feel old!! Great post and looking forward to further updates on the project.
Thank you so much for your comment Ronald. You obviously have valuable insight into electrical thermography. Woul...
Thermal cameras are a excellent tool in the experienced engineers tool box, but given to the unqualified and inexpe...
Thanks for the feedback Peter. I think I understand what you mean and if and when we do an updated version I may contact...
It's a good explanation of communities done in a modern way. But to me it doesn't explain how communities fit with Loc...
 

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