What are resources?
Resources are user-submitted pieces of content that range from video presentations to publications to simulation tools.
Who can submit a resource?
Anyone can submit a resource! Resources must be relevant to the community and may undergo a short approval process to ensure all appropriate files and information are included.
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Documents, pictures or videos that are current but not related to a Research Project.
A citation is a reference to a published or unpublished source.
Define a particular system (such as bridges, buildings or soils) and are used to study the system’s behavior using computer simulations.
University courses and short courses with lectures and associated teaching materials.
A database is a collection of information organized to provide efficient retrieval through browse, search and download.
Spreadsheets, executables, and other items that are available for download but don't fit into other categories.
Archived documents, pictures or videos not related to a Research Project.
Lecture notes, assignments, presentations, modules, or other teaching materials.
Images, videos, animations or references to YouTube videos.
Notes include news and other communications items.
Articles, technical reports, theses, and other documents, usually in PDF or DOC format.
A lecture of some sort, usually recorded with voice or video. It may be a graduate or undergraduate level seminar, a lecture for a class, or a tutorial presentation.
Series are collections of lectures, publications, and other resources presented as a list. Each series is available as a podcast feed.
Supplementary materials (study notes, guides, etc.) that don't quite fit into any of the other categories.
Simulation and modeling tools that can be accessed via a web browser.
A simulation tool is software that allows users to run a specific type of calculation. These are (MS) Windows-based.
A collection of lectures, seminars, and materials that were presented at a workshop.