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Publications

Dr. Lipton has edited five books, contributed four book chapters/sections and authored more than thirty-five articles, papers and instructional modules on topics related to TIDE (technology education,innovation, design, and engineering) education, assessment, articulation, teacher preparation, mentoring,graphic communications, Richard J. Hoffman, and workforce preparation.


Tufenkjian, M. & Lipton, E. B. (2007, June). QUAKE ED – An Instructional Module to Demonstrate Earthquake Engineering Principles to High School Students. In Proceedings of the 2007 Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education. Honolulu, Hawaii.

Hummell, L. J., Lipton, E. B., Morrow, M, Streichler, J, & Zuga, K. (2007, February). Should There Be a National Curriculum for Technological Literacy? The Technology Teacher, 66 (5), 29–33.

Tufenkjian, M. , Maurizio, D, Lipton, E. B. (2006, April). QUAKE ED An Instructional Module to Demonstrate Earthquake Engineering Principles to High School Students. In Proceedings of the 8th U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering. San Francisco, California.

Lipton, Ethan B. (2005, March). Advancing the TIDE of Technology Education. The Technology Teacher, 64 (6), 29–36.

Lipton, Ethan B. & Don. Maurizio (2004, June). A Report on the Status of Online Programs to Prepare Industrial and Technology Education Teachers. A Report funded by the California industrial and Technology Education Association for the California Industrial and Technology Education Consortium.

Lipton, Ethan B. & Darrell W. Guillaume. (2003, April). Second Cycle Improvements: Building on EC2000 Experiences at California State University, Los Angeles. In Best Assessment Practices V Proceedings. Terre Haute, Indiana: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, 31-43.

Lipton, Ethan B. (2002). Articulation as a Tool for Enhancing Industrial and Technology Education. In Lipton, E. B., Models and Variables for Articulated Programs in the United States. Los Angeles: The Center for Technology Education, California State University, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California, 3-70.

Lipton, Ethan B., (Ed.) (2002). Models and Variables for Articulated Programs in the United States. Los Angeles: The Center for Technology Education, California State University, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

Superintendent’s Task Force on Industrial and Technology Education [Ethan Lipton, Task Force and writing team member]. (2001). Building for Tomorrow: Industrial and Technology in California. Sacramento: California Department of Education.

[Lipton, Ethan B.] (1999). Industrial and Technology Education and the Preparation of Technology Teachers: Introduction by the Advisory Panel. In Industrial and Technology Education Teacher Preparation in California: Standards of Quality and Effectiveness for Subject Matter Programs. Sacramento: California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, 10–12.

De Miranda, Michael & Lipton, Ethan B. (1998, Winter/Spring). A Primer on Mentoring. The Journal of Technology Studies, 24 (1), 42–44.

Lipton, Ethan B. (1998, January). The time is now! The answer is all of us! CITEA News, 62 (2). Sacramento: California Industrial and Technology Education Association, 2.

Lipton, Ethan B. & De Miranda, Michael (1996). Mentoring to Develop a Highly Qualified and Diverse Industrial Technology Faculty. In Selected Papers: 29th Annual Convention of the National Association of Industrial Technology (pp. 65-72). Los Angeles: National Association of Industrial Technology.

Lipton, Ethan B. & De Miranda, Michael (1995). Models and Variables for Successful Articulation of Industrial and Technology Education Programs in the United States. In NAIT Convention Presentation Abstracts (p. 36). Savannah: National Association of Industrial Technology.

Lipton, Ethan B. (1994, December). Preparing the Professionals of Tomorrow Requires an Integrated Foundation. CITEA News, 59 (2). Sacramento: California Industrial and Technology Education Association, 10.

Lipton, Ethan B., Phillips, Kenneth & Gray, Bill. (1994, September). Why Join Your Professional Organization. CITEA News, 59 (1). Sacramento: California Industrial and Technology Education Association, 22–23.

[Lipton, Ethan B., (Ed.)] (1994). Program Planning and Proposal Writing to a Government Funding Source. Los Angeles: The Center for Technology Education, California State University, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.

[Lipton, Ethan B., (Ed.)] (1994). Celebrating the Life: Richard J. Hoffman. Los Angeles, California.

Lipton, Ethan B. (1994). Celebrating the Life of Richard J. Hoffman. In Richard J. Hoffman. (15–18). Los Angeles, California.

Lipton, Ethan B. & Hall, Mark. (1994). Learning to Work in the Graphic Arts Industry. Los Angeles: Printing Industries Association of Southern California and Pasadena Unified School District.
A series of eighteen individual learning modules (varying in length from twenty-eight to forty-four pages) developed to facilitate a printing industry transition-to-work program: 1: Program Orientation, 2: Getting the Job, 3: Health and Safety on the Job, 4: Design and Layout, 5: 6: Image GenerationOffice Skills and Occupations, 7: Customer Service and Production, 8: Photoconversion, 9: Plant Manager/Scheduling, 10: Sales Careers, 11: Image Assembly (Film), 12: Estimating Careers, 13: Proofing and Platemaking, 14: Pressroom Careers, 15: Accounting Careers, 16: Bindery/Finishing Careers, 17: Shipping and Receiving, 18: Senior Management

Lipton, Ethan B. (1993, December). New Publication Reviews Industrial & Technology Education in California. CITEA News, 58 (2). Sacramento: California Industrial and Technology Education Association, 3.

Lipton, Ethan. (1993). Communicating a Message. In M. Hacker & R. Barden, Living With Technology, 2nd edition Albany, New York: Delmar Publishers Inc., 200–205.

Lipton, Ethan. (1993). Communicating A Message. In M. Hacker & R. Barden, Teacher’s Resource Guide to Accompany Living With Technology. Albany, New York: Delmar Publishers Inc., 393–398.

Lipton, Ethan B. (1992, Fall). States Transition to Technology Education. CITEA News, 57 (1). Sacramento: California Industrial and Technology Education Association, 8–9.

Lipton, Ethan B. (1990). Careers in Printing: A Field of Dreams. In Print: A Special Report on the Printing Industry. (41–42). Los Angeles: Los Angeles Business Journal.

Lipton, Ethan B. (1990). The Effects of Typographic Cuing on Retention. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.

California Department of Education [Ethan Lipton, writing team member]. (1990). Model Curriculum Standards, Program Framework, and Process Guide for Industrial and Technology Education in California. Sacramento: California Department of Education.

Lipton, Ethan B. (1990, February). In Memory of Richard J. Hoffman. CITEA News, 54 (2). Sacramento: California Industrial and Technology Education Association, 8–9.

Lipton, Ethan. (1988). Communicating a Message. In M. Hacker & R. Barden, Living With Technology. Albany, New York: Delmar Publishers Inc., 206–211.

Lipton, Ethan. (1988). Communicating A Message. In M. Hacker & R. Barden, Living With Technology Teacher’s Guide. Albany, New York: Delmar Publishers Inc., 112–120.

[Lipton, Ethan B., (Ed.)] (1983). Aaron Lipton: Images of the First Seventy Years. Los Angeles: The Soaring Eagle Press.

Lipton, Ethan B. (Ed.). (1978). Richard J. Hoffman: Printer and Teacher of Printing. Los Angeles: California State University, Los Angeles.

Lipton, Ethan B. & Springer, Michael A. (Eds.). (1976). The Eagle Soars: The Story of the Columbian Press. Los Angeles: California State University, Los Angeles.

Publication Design (Designed over a dozen books and numerous other publications.)