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View Resource The Engineering Technology (ET) Degree

The Florida Advanced Technological Education Center (FL-ATE) and the Florida Department of Education Division of Workforce Education worked together to develop the Engineering Technology Degree program to help rectify the growing need of engineering technology professionals in the manufacturing and high technology industries. The degree program offers classes on computer-aided drafting,...

View Resource Lever Principle

This applet demonstrates the principle of lever and torque. Weights can be added or removed from different points on a balanced beam and the resultant tipping of the beam can be studied. This applet is a part of a large collection of physics applets, available in a wide range of languages.

View Resource Engineer On A Disk

Engineer On A Disk is a great resource for any undergraduate engineering student studying for a fundamentals exam. The material covered on the site spans nearly every engineering discipline and is maintained by a professor at Grand Valley State University. Topics include circuits, materials, computer programming and hardware, mechanical device design, mechatronics, quality control, manufacturing...

View Resource A Virtual Engineering/Science Laboratory Course

Michael Karweit of the Department of Chemical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University created this online laboratory to simulate engineering and science laboratory projects. The site is used in a course entitled What is Engineering?, a beginning science and engineering course. The experiments and exercises use JAVA to create interactive simulations. Certain experiments also include MPEG movie...

View Resource South Carolina Advanced Technological Education National Resource Center (SC ATE)

The South Carolina Advanced Technological Education (SC ATE) National Resource Center for Engineering Technology (ET) Education is a resource for two-year colleges and provides access to "materials for recruiting and retaining students, as well as for teaching engineering technology." The website also provides resources for ET students and for businesses and industries seeking to hire...

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