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Penn State University provides a great web resource for all engineering and science students with the models, exercises, and advice that it gives for over a half dozen type of documents they will likely encounter in...
Sponsored by American Association of Community Colleges, National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium, Association for Career and Technical Education and Green For All, this website...
This paper, by Evert Hoek, Carlos Carranza-Torres, and Brent Corkum, discusses the Hoek-Brown Criterion and the uncertainties and inaccuracies associtated with using the criterion. The study's authors suggest a...
Initially developed by NJCATE and a team of math, science, communications and technology faculty, this learning module employs the NJCATE Integrated Curriculum Model to integrate core and technical material. Accessing...
Doctor Fungus is the work of a group of physicians and medical doctors, along with contributions from Web users. The site attempts to provide scholarly and peer-reviewed information to "promote an understanding of fungi...
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