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MIT OpenCourseWare: Mechanical Engineering

From the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's OpenCourseWare series comes this extensive collection of materials for teaching and learning about mechanical engineering. These materials, which include syllabi, videos, slide presentations, course readings, lecture notes, exams, and more, were developed by MIT faculty for a variety of undergraduate and graduate classes taught at the university....
Stanford University: Dextrous Manipulation Laboratory

The Dextrous Manipulation Laboratory is a project within the Design Division of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University. The website describes some of the lab's past and current projects on robotic hands and tactile sensors, as well as teleoperated hands using haptic information. The two current projects highlighted include work on "a new class of biologically inspired...
The ASEE EngineeringK12 Center

Developed by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), the EngineeringK12 Center provides resources for grade school students, parents, and teachers that promote the discipline. Most of the site's content is found in the Readings section, where users can browse articles from the ASEE Prism magazine and the Journal of Engineering Education, as well as papers presented at the ASEE...