Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Various materials relating to the professional lives of Audra and Joel Moss, mostly relating to family science topics. Includes lessons, speeches, scrapbooks and other materials relating to classes, workshops, and other seminars taught by Audra and Joel Moss.
Publications, collections, and other materials from Audra and Joel Moss's work as educators. Included are many materials relating to classes and workshops taught by Audra and Joel as well as many of their published works.
Scrapbooks and other materials assembled by Audra Moss relating to various topics for purposes such as trainings, family and drama classes.
Contains three videos and one DVD used in the training of library staff. Titles include "Murder in the Stacks," "Library Security: Expecting the Unexpected," and "I Am BYU."
Contains policies and procedures, reports, trainings, and other materials related to faculty, staff, and administrative employees in the library. Dates are from 2002 to 2013.
Collection of military papers and equipment used to train naval airforce cadets in navigation techniques. The papers were published between 1939-1942 and later annotated by Sheldon P. Hayes. His reasons for collecting and annotating the materials are unknown.
Collection consists of a series of one hundred and sixty-seven color slides of photographs taken of Brigham Young University (BYU) campus, U.S. Geneva Steel, and the Utah Valley landscape. The slides were created by the Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum and were presumably used for training purposes. Included in the slides relating to BYU campus are views of the campus, buildings, faculty, and campus centers. Slides are undated.
Contains training records regarding new employee orientation and aministrative training as well as training and supervisor reports for the call center, 2001-2007.