Applied Mechanics News

Sunday, May 07, 2006

Over 100 biomechanics classes on the Web

Andrew Karduna, of the Department of Human Physiology at the University of Oregon, maintains a website that catalogs biomechanics classes found on the Internet.

In early entries of the Applied Mechanics News, I described the creative approaches of three other websites of online learning:
  • Connexions hosts over 2900 modules and 138 courses for high education.
  • Marlot lists about 10,000 teaching modules for high education.
  • Wikipedia, a free online encylopedia that allows anybody to edit anything.
It is time for us mechanicians to build the cyberinfrastructure of Applied Mechanics for the 21st century.


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