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In 1978 I taught my first postgraduate continuing engineering course at The George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science. Designated course 547, it was the first credit course on digital printing. Click here to see the course outline. Over the four years that I taught the course, it was attended by more than 900 students worldwide. It would be decades before another college accredited course addressed the subject.

In 1981, the University teamed me with Asher Ended to jointly teach a course on the technological and legal impacts of telecommunications as applied to print. Click here to see the course outline. Covering topics the legal aspects of the electronic transmission and printing of mail and other topics, course 689 was very successful, attracting an international audience of students from both government and industry.

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