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Welcome to the Engineering Wiki. Feel free to add information you feel will be helpful. I monitor changes and will delete anything that is inappropriate -- spammers beware!

If you're in K-12, or are a K-12 teacher, you really must check out http://www.teachengineering.org/. It is full of lesson plans that will help teach Engineering to students.

If you're thinking of Engineering as a career, you might want to read Why Engineering. If you've already decided, then Engineering Programs is a list of some Canadian Universities that offer Engineering.

Don't just take my word for it. Engineering In The News is a list of news items relating to Engineering. Famous Engineers is a list of people that you might not know have an Engineering background.

Once you graduate, you'll want to become a Professional Engineer. It might also help you understand about some of the professional issues in Engineering. One symbol of the Engineer is the Iron Ring, which signifies the Engineer's obligations to society. In fact, one of the major things that separates Engineers from Technicians, Scientists, and other people is the emphasis (and legal obligation) to act with society in mind.

The Lighter Side of Engineering: Pranks are an integral part of the Engineering education. Some people put their exploits on the 'net.

Other Engineers - Are you an Engineer, Soon To Be Engineer, or Engineer Wanna Be? Put your page here

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If you don't understand the Wiki concept, try this:

What is a wiki? http://tavi.sourceforge.net/WhatIsAWiki

Wikis use simple markup to do tables, boldface, and such. http://tavi.sourceforge.net/FormalFormattingRules

Want to contribute but don't know where to start? Here is a list of Wanted Pages, ie those that have been referred to but not populated.

For information and resources on online education, degrees programs and schools, including a database of all accredited [online colleges] in the United States visit [www.EDU.com].