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Tool Tip: Try Knovel on the Go

Missy Stewart April 16, 2014

Tablets are invading our lives at home, school and on-the-job. They allow us to connect to the information we need anywhere we can access a wi-fi or cellular signal. Imagine you are on the plant floor and you need to understand the mechanical properties of a given piece of equipment or you’re in the field… Continue Reading »

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14 Career Thoughts for New Engineers

Missy Stewart April 15, 2014

Knovel’s Sasha Gurke gets to interact with engineers on a regular basis, so when he was asked to collect some tips for younger engineers from their more experienced counterparts, it wasn’t that hard to get feedback. You can read those five tips for young engineers on the ECN website. One of our contributors offered to share… Continue Reading »

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Publishers Spotlight: AWWA

Claudine Berti April 14, 2014

From time-to-time, we feature interviews with authors and publishers offering content via Knovel. Today’s interview is with Liz Haigh, Director of Publishing at the American Water Works Association (AWWA). We asked Liz about some major milestones coming up for their association, opportunities for engineers young and old, the state of America’s infrastructure, and how we… Continue Reading »

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What’s Wrong With Computer Science?

Chris Walker April 11, 2014

There has been a lot of hype for a while now about the importance of teaching Computer Science in schools. Children are being encouraged to learn code and Computer Science is being touted as perhaps the most important subject for equipping the next generation. Back in December, Barak Obama further fuelled the idea by launching Computer Science Education Week with… Continue Reading »

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