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Advanced Building Technologies
"A building professional's guide to more than 90 environmentally-appropriate technologies and practices. Architects, engineers and buildings managers can improve the energy and resource efficiency of commercial, industrial and multi-unit residential buildings through the use of the technologies and practices described in this web site."

Java Applets for Engineering Education
Section include: Fluid Dynamics ; Statics ; Dynamics.
By William Devenport, Rakesh Kapania, Kamal Rojiani, Kusum Singh

Fire on the Web
"Fire on the Web is a companion to the FAST software developed by the Building and Fire Research Laboratory (BFRL) at NIST. These Web pages provide links to fire related software, experimental fire data and mpeg/quick time movies of fire tests that can be downloaded and/or viewed with a Web browser."

Materials Science Resources on the Web
Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, Spring 2002.
Sections include: Methods ; General Sources ; Ceramics ; Composites ; Educational Demos & Exhibits ; Metals ; Microsystems & Semiconductors ; Polymers ; Properties Data ; Strength of Materials ; Surfaces & Corrosion.
By Lorraine J. Pellack. Head of Science & Technology Dept. and Materials Science Bibliographer, Iowa State University

Resources in Science and Engineering Education
"There are well-defined instructional techniques that make teaching more effective...This Web site offers guidance on what those techniques are and tips and resources for using them. If you have a specific aspect of teaching in mind, click on the link to 'Education-related papers' on the left and then click on your topic if it is listed. Otherwise, just enjoy browsing."
By Richard Felder, Hoechst Celanese Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering at North Carolina State University

A Sightseer's Guide to Engineering
"Spotlighting how engineers improve our lives" - a fun K12 site.

"This project will create an alliance between the Departments of Physics and Engineering at Cornell University, the Departments of Physics and Mechanical, Aerospace and Manufacturing Engineering at Syracuse University, and the Northeast Parallel Architectures Center, to develop interactive multimedia educational modules incorporating advanced scientific simulations. These will be integrated into undergraduate courses, and then into K-12 curricula, to enhance the teaching of general science courses. We will combine leading-edge technologies in high-performance computing and communications (HPCC), a high-speed network serving as a testbed for the National Information Infrastructure (NII), and advanced client/server technologies such as the World Wide Web (WWW), VRML and Java, to produce and deliver these simulations and educational modules."

Many Engineering Organizations list specific Internet resources.

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