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View Resource Structures 2

The Open CourseWare Initiative delivers high-quality educational resources from the world's universities to thousands of people around the world. This fine offering from the University of Michigan looks into the "basic principles of elastic behavior for different materials such as wood, steel, concrete, and composite materials and compares the properties and applications of materials generally."...

View Resource Materials Research Society

This is the web page for the Materials Research Society, an organization of materials researchers from academia, industry, and government that promotes communication for the advancement of interdisciplinary materials research to improve the quality of life. The Society recognizes professional and technical excellence, conducts symposium tutorials, and encourages technical interaction among...

View Resource Materials Processing- A Piece of Cake!

This lesson plan, which has been used in a college level materials processing laboratory course, looks at the concept of processing-structure-property relationships. "The students baked cakes at the beginning of the semester and studied them as an introduction to the course. The activity was repeated at the end of the semester after the students had learned processing and characterization...

View Resource Materials Digital Library Pathway (MatDL)

The Materials Digital Library Pathway (MatDL) presents a number of services and resources for educators. In addition to a repository of educational materials, the website includes a useful Wiki page, virtual labs, a teaching archive, case studies and The Journal of Materials Education. Educators may also register and contribute content or request use of the collaborative workspaces on the site.

View Resource Metallurgy and Materials Case Studies: Teaching and Learning Resources

This University of Birmingham (U.K.) website provides a wealth of resources for both the college educator and student using a case-based approach to materials science. The site provides background information on the use of case studies in teaching, a series of case studies in materials, broadly defined, information on group learning and how to facilitate group learning, and assessment.

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