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Thecivilengineer.org is listed to this week's publication, characterized as a useful one-stop shop for news, scholarly publications, educational resources, and job information related to civil engineering.
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"For civil engineering professionals, faculty, and students, the Civil Engineer offers a useful one-stop shop for news, scholarly publications, educational resources, and job information related to civil engineering. This resource was created by Dimitrios Zekkos, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Michigan, and is maintained by Zekkos's company, ARGO-E LLC. Two especially helpful sections of this website are the Publications and Education sections. In Publications visitors will find written materials from the Structural Engineering Library and the Online Geotechnical Engineering Library. Meanwhile, students and faculty will find resources for the classroom in the Education section. One highlight is the Historical Database Civil Infrastructure resource, which features a map of pioneering works of civil engineering (including the Sanchi Dam and Hadrian's Wall) accompanied by descriptions. Another great feature of the Education section are the Calculation Examples and Educational Websites. [MMB]"
Source: Internet Scout