CANTEACH Project Overview
CANTEACH is a non-commercial project supported by all Canadian nuclear utilities, major universities and industry associations. Most of the project input comes from volunteer contributions of documentation, training courses and lectures provided by CANTEACH partners (view Project Model) and administered by CANTEACH Management. More about the CANTEACH Project in:
Purpose of the project:
- Capture the CANDU technology asset into comprehensive public technical library
- Facilitate public awareness of nuclear power for safe electrical generation
- A set of lecture notes and courses in multi-media format
- CANTEACH web site that provides access to all technical documentation accumulated by the project
Academic Director: Dr. Bill Garland
Professor Emeritus of Nuclear Engineering, Department of Engineering Physics, McMaster University, http://engphys.mcmaster.ca/faculty_staff/faculty/garland/index.htm.
Don Wilson (CANDU Owners Group Inc.)
Mersedeh Safa (CANDU Owners Group Inc.)
A note of thanks to Dan Meneley, founder of CANTEACH. From the inception of CANTEACH to mid 2007, Dan has been working hard to build this technical library and without him it simply would not have happened. We at CANTEACH would like to express our deep appreciation to Dan and wish him well on his new ventures. Thanks for everything Dan.
The sponsorship of AECL for the initial few years of CANTEACH is gratefully acknowledged. The role of AECL was key to the creation of CANTEACH. In 2002, COG assumed sponsorship of CANTEACH and through their direct financial and personnel support, the site expanded and received substantial improvements. We are indebted to the dedication of Malcolm Lightfoot (Project Manager 2002-2008) and Yulia Kosarenko (Webmaster 2002-2004) for project administration. From 2009 to 2011, UNENE assumed sponsorship for the Academic Director position. Thanks are extended to all supporting institutions for making the CANTEACH possible for the benefit of all.
It is essential that an effective format be established and maintained for the development and presentation of technical material. Here are some guidelines:
General notes (off site) on establishing and maintaining an effective format for the development and presentation of technical material.
Why use pdf and the web? (pdf 101kb) - promoting the notion of a single source of material for all uses with specific reference to CANTEACH issues.
CANTEACH specific: Suggested format for technical documents (pdf 11kb, MS Word doc 36kb). Use the Word doc as a template.
While CANTEACH makes every effort to provide accurate and complete information, various data such as names, telephone numbers, etc. may change prior to updating. Some of the documents on this server may contain live references (or pointers) to information created and maintained by other organizations. Please note that CANTEACH does not control and cannot guarantee the relevance, timeliness, or accuracy of these outside materials. The very nature of the site as a technical repository means that some of the historical documents contain technical data that has been supplanted. CANTEACH provides no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of furnished data.
Information presented on this website is considered public information (unless otherwise noted) and may be distributed or copied provided full attribution is given (document title, author, date and form of original publication, url, document name, etc.). It is provided in good faith as an aid to CANDU awareness, education and training. CANTEACH welcomes suggestions on how to improve our web site and correct errors.