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The Engineering Education Service Center strives to provide information resources to promote, guide, and stimulate interest in engineering and technology. In addition, they seek to diversify the types of engineers in society by exposing large numbers of students to the capacity they will have to benefit society. They also encourage girls and women to become involved in engineering.

View Resource How Stuff Works

This is a unique website that can answer your inner most technology questions about the way things work. Areas of interest include electronics, travel, auto, communication, food and more.

View Resource Engineer Girl

This is a website dedicated to girls and women that are interested in technology and engineering. The primary areas of interests for this site are: Medicine, Space, Environment, and Communications.

View Resource nanoHUB Online Simulation and More

NanoHUB provides online simulation-- right from your web browser-- for a wide variety of tools produced by research in our focus areas. All of these tools appear to run as applets in your browser window, but they are actually powered by a much more sophisticated architecture that lets you tap into national grid resources. How does this work? In order to run the simulations, you must log in with a...

View Resource Quality Advisor

QualityAdvisor.com is an online reference for statistical process control, measurement systems analysis, and Six Sigma. It includes articles and FAQs on capability analysis, control charts, chart interpretation, and gage R&R. The Quality Classroom is a searchable resource that explains statistical process control tools including control charts, process capability, and sampling. There are also...

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