Academy for Higher Education
Resources and information specifically for educators in higher educational institutions
On this page you will find modules, resources and multimedia that you can use either whole or in part in your classroom. These include teachable examples of basic physical principles related to statics, dynamics, structures and material properties.
Earthquake engineering provides an excellent context for learning about engineering design, experimentation and practice. The NEES community contributes various resources, activities, lessons and curricula to the Academy Resource pool.
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From the EERI Student Chapter lecture series
|7 December 2005||Prof. Dr. Ramin Golesorkhi||"A Practitioner's Approach to Site-Specific Ground Motions"|
|1 April 2005||Prof. Jack Moehle||"Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering: An Enhanced Role For The Earthquake Engineer"|
|28 April 2005||Prof. T.D. O'Rourke||"Anatomy Of Disaster: The Engineering of Extreme Events"|