The Technology Educators of Oregon Records consist of administrative and member-related records which document the activities of this statewide organization and several of its founding associations. The Technology Educators of Oregon (TEO) encourages and supports technology programs in Oregon middle schools, high schools, and colleges. This organization was established in 1990 with the merger of the Oregon Vocational Trade and Technical Association (OVTTA) and the Oregon Technology Education Association (OTEA).
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The records are arranged in six series: I. Oregon Industrial Arts Association (OIAA), 1954-1986; II. Oregon Vocational Trade and Technical Association (OVTTA), 1973-1989; III. TEC-ED NEWS, 1987-1997; IV. Oregon Vocational Association (OVA), 1987; V. Other Publications, 1961-1962; VI. Technology Educations of Oregon (TEO) Executive Board, 1991-2001.
Photographs depicting Oregon State Industrial Arts shops and equipment, faculty, and student projects as well as lantern slides used for instruction are available in the Industrial Engineering and Industrical Arts Department Photographs (P 189). The Industrial Arts Department Motion Picture Film (FV P 189) documents a program to encourage vocational training in the building and construction trades in the 1940s. Records documenting the instruction and outreach activities of the Industrial Arts Department are part of the Vocational and Technical Education Department (RG 146) and College of Engineering (RG 062) Records and the Robert C. Wilson Papers. Materials pertaining to training of vocational education teachers are part of the School of Education Records (RG 184).