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Project name: DREMC Employee Orientation to Screen title: Welcome Screen #: 1

Electric Cooperatives
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Duck River EMC logo to left of
welcome message; Message
clearly describes the topics
that will be covered in the
course and its purpose. The
cooperative’s mission
statement is provided.

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Project name: DREMC Employee Orientation to Screen title: Content Screen #: 2
Electric Cooperatives
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Links to each of the three
modules within the course are
listed with no required
completion sequence

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Generation, Transmission, and
Distribution

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Project name: DREMC Employee Orientation to Screen title: Basics of Power Generation, Transmission, Screen #: 3
Electric Cooperatives and Distribution
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This section includes a brief
description of where DREMC’s
power comes from. Links are
provided to TVA’s website that
cover their generation plants,
transmission system, and
footprint in the valley. Four
videos are included that
provide an explanation of the
electric grid, generation,
transmission, and distribution.
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Electrification, TVA, and
DREMC

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Project name: DREMC Employee Orientation to Screen title: History of Rural Electrification, TVA, and Screen #: 4
Electric Cooperatives DREMC
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Three content folders contain
resources to learn about the
history of rural electrification,
history of TVA, and DREMC –
then and now. The final link is
to a journal section for
students to write a reflection
on their thoughts about the
significance of rural
electrification in America.

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Electrification

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Project name: DREMC Employee Orientation to Screen title: History of Rural Electrification Screen #: 5
Electric Cooperatives
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A graphic is displayed that
shows a timeline of rural
electrification from 1844 until
2010. Three embedded videos
are included. NRECA: The
Electric Cooperative Story
Power Plays – Ted Case
Power and the Land

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Project name: DREMC Employee Orientation to Screen title: History of TVA Screen #: 6
Electric Cooperatives
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This section includes a brief
description of TVA with a link
to their website about their
history. Three videos on TVA’s
history are included.
Historic TVA Film: This is TVA
History Brief: The Tennessee
Valley Authority (TVA)
Built for the People The Story
of TVA
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and Now

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Project name: DREMC Employee Orientation to Screen title: DREMC – Then and Now Screen #: 7
Electric Cooperatives
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This section will include a
DREMC – Then and Now graphic that compares DREMC
in the early years to how it
Then Now looks today.

Number of members Number of members


Miles of line Miles of line
Area served Area served

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History of Rural Electrification,
Our cooperative was democratically founded in 1936 by a group of
TVA, and DREMC
community-focused citizens with the goal of providing central station
electric power to rural areas that previously were un-served. Investor
owned utilities felt the population density was too low and there was not
enough money to be made. Today, Duck River Electric is still owned by the
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members it serves and has grown to be the fourth largest electric
cooperative in Tennessee, and among the top five percent in the entire
United States. Since 1936, our members have been lighting the way. Those
first rural lights came on because DREMC founders created an organization
that delivered on its promises, and would last.
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Project name: DREMC Employee Orientation to Screen title: Reflection on the History of Rural Screen #: 8
Electric Cooperatives Electrification, TVA, and DREMC
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This section includes a prompt
for a reflection on the impact
of rural electrification on
America.

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Cooperatives

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Project name: DREMC Employee Orientation to Screen title: Electric Cooperatives Screen #: 9
Electric Cooperatives
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This section includes a graphic
of the Seven Cooperative
Principles, a graphic of the Six
Cooperative Values, a video on
the Electric Cooperative
Purpose, a video on the
Cooperative Business Model,
and a PowerPoint presentation
on Why Co-ops Are Cool. A
link to the reflection on
cooperatives is provided.
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Cooperatives

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Project name: DREMC Employee Orientation to Screen title: Reflection on Cooperatives Screen #: 10
Electric Cooperatives
Graphic info:
This section includes a
reflection prompt for students
to write about their thoughts
on the role of electric
cooperatives in the
community. A graphic of the
Seven Cooperative Principles is
provided.

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