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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Active Documents

Documents, pictures or videos that are current but not related to a Research Project.

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A citation is a reference to a published or unpublished source.

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Computational Models

Define a particular system (such as bridges, buildings or soils) and are used to study the system’s behavior using computer simulations.

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University courses and short courses with lectures and associated teaching materials.

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A database is a collection of information organized to provide efficient retrieval through browse, search and download.

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Spreadsheets, executables, and other items that are available for download but don't fit into other categories.

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Historical Documents

Archived documents, pictures or videos not related to a Research Project.

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Learning Objects

Lecture notes, assignments, presentations, modules, or other teaching materials.

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Images, videos, animations or references to YouTube videos.

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Notes include news and other communications items.

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Articles, technical reports, theses, and other documents, usually in PDF or DOC format.

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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.

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Series are collections of lectures, publications, and other resources presented as a list. Each series is available as a podcast feed.

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Teaching Materials

Supplementary materials (study notes, guides, etc.) that don't quite fit into any of the other categories.

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Simulation and modeling tools that can be accessed via a web browser.

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Tools (Windows)

A simulation tool is software that allows users to run a specific type of calculation. These are (MS) Windows-based.

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A collection of lectures, seminars, and materials that were presented at a workshop.

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