Download our Distance Learning flyer for tips on using AccessEngineering tools and resources for the remote classroom.
Download our durable URL guide for instructions on how to share direct links to content on AccessEngineering including book chapters, videos, spreadsheets, case studies, and even specific figures, graphs, and tables.
Instructor and student supplemental textbook resources are available for some titles on AccessEngineering. These supplemental materials are available directly from a textbook’s landing page, under the Resources tab, with links to download available content. Instructor resources include PowerPoint slides, solutions manuals, lab instructions, and additional material.
Several of these resources (such as solutions manuals) are locked and access is available only upon verification of instructor status. Instructions for requesting access are included on the Resources tab, and the first step is creating or logging in to an AccessEngineering personal account (see more here).
Once your personal account has been granted instructor rights, just log in and you will have access to all instructor resources available on the site (see directions below).
See a full list of titles with available Instructor Resources (also available for all Case Studies and most DataVis Projects)
View recordings of our recent faculty-led webinars to hear how faculty are using AccessEngineering resources in their classrooms.
Using AccessEngineering in Remote Instruction with Dr. Carlotta A. Berry
Engineering Exams in the Remote Classroom with Dr. Jim Stone
Using AccessEngineering’s BME Case Studies in Remote Instruction
AccessEngineering's Course Browse option was designed to help faculty map our content to the curriculum of common engineering courses. The Course taxonomy is organized to follow the outline of a typical syllabus, with topics and subtopics arranged in the order in which they would be taught in a course.
See Course Browse in AccessEngineering