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Internet Sites:

• ASEE EngineeringK12 Center
The goal of this site is to gather in one place the most effective engineering education resources available to the K-12 community.

• National Engineering Information Council
The NEIC is a list of hyperlinks and resources pertaining to Engineering and Engineering Education. Resources include: General Engineering Information, Information about Engineering Education, Engineering Societies, Issues of Interest to Engineers, Careers in Engineering. A resource of the American Society for Engineering Education.

• Greatest Engineering Achievements of the Twentieth Century
Includes an introduction, history, and timeline of the top 20 achievements in engineering.

• Engineer Girl
From the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). The Engineer Girl website is part of the NAE’s Celebration of Women in Engineering project. This project tries to bring national attention to the opportunity that engineering represents to all people at any age, but particularly to women and girls. Includes information on education, mentoring, careers, engineering projects, and “Ask an Engineer”.

Courseware Database NEEDS, the National Engineering Education Delivery System, is a project within the NSF Synthesis Coalition. Its goal is to explore the infrastructure requirements necessary to enhance the educational experience of undergraduate engineers through the use of computers. Although this is targeted for undergraduate courses, much of the material will be suitable for high school classes as well.

• Engineering Electronic Library
Includes searchable directory of other engineering resources

• IEEE Internet Computing Online
A companion to The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ print magazine IEEE Internet Computing. The purpose of IC Online is to “address the Internet’s widening impact on engineering practice and society.”

• Learnon.org
“Find the engineering, computer and technology courses you need to advance your career at the nation’s premier source for continuing engineering education and distance learning.” An activity of the American Society for Engineering Education.


• American Society for Engineering Education
1818 N Street, NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC, 20036
Phone: (202) 331-3500
Fax: (202) 265-8504