Modern Carpentry Workbook, 2003 Edition
This workbook has been prepared for use with the textbook, Modern Carpentry. The workbook is designed to help you in your study of carpentry. It will reinforce your understanding of the correct procedures and the vast amount of technical information connected with the trade.
About the Author
Willis H. Wagner was Professor Emeritus for the Department of Industrial Technology at Iowa State University. Mr. Wagner earned a bachelor of science degree from Central Missouri State University and a master of science degree from the University of Missouri. He worked in industry as a drafter and woodworker, and taught at the high school and collegiate levels. Mr. Wagner was a member of IAITA and ITEEA, and an honorary member of the Waterloo Technical Society. Howard "Bud" Smith spent most of his career as a magazine and textbook editor. He also worked as a carpenter for several years while earning a Ph.D. in journalism from Marquette University. Mr. Smith is the author of Energy and coauthor of Understanding Technology. Additionally, he has published articles in a variety of magazines over his career. He is currently retired. Mark W. Huth brings to Modern Carpentry a great deal of construction education experience from multiple perspectives. Besides working as a carpenter and contractor, he has worked as a carpentry instructor and as a consultant to both secondary and postsecondary educators. Mr. Huth has also written textbooks in the areas of construction print reading, construction principles, and construction math.