Extend your knowledge, challenge your students.
Engineering for Change
Engineering for Change provides a forum to connect, collaborate, solve challenges, and share knowledge in a community of engineers, technologists, social scientists, NGOs, and local governments. Students (or teachers) participate in a live, interactive webcast that allows one to learn with others in engineering. A new topic is posted each month.
Want to use the hottest social media and web based tools, but not sure how? Can't keep up with the changes to the sites you use? Let Grovo help! Grovo will help you with tutorials on how to use the hottest tools, as well as keeping you up to date on changes.
Scitable is a free science library and personal learning tool. It focuses on genetics and cell biology, including the topics of evolution and gene expression. With Scitable, you can browse articles, connect with experts, or build an online classroom. You can also contribute your own content.
Take the world's best courses, online, for free! Join a MOOC (massive online open course). Courses starting soon include "Understanding Einstein: The Special Theory of Relativity" (Stanford), "Introduction to Logic" (Stanford), "Writing II: Rhetorical Composing," (Ohio State), "Democratic Development" (Stanford), and "The Future of Mankind" (Rutgers). Check it out! There is so much to learn. Who doesn't want to understand the theory of relativity???
The Faculty Project
The Faculty Project brings academia's best professors to your computer! All courses are free with open enrollment. Some course to choose from include, "Entrepreneurship--From Idea to Launch" (Belmont),"March Mathness" (I swear, I didn't make that up- Davidson), "Math is Everywhere: Applications of Finite Math" (Davidson), "Poetry: What it is, and how to understand it" (George Washington), "Ancient Greek Religion" (Colgate), and "The U.S. Constitution: A Biography" (Suffolk).