DN Staff

January 22, 2001

1 Min Read
Cyberland

You can't have an information age without having information at your fingertips, and that's what www.Learnon.org offers engineers. With all the new technologies and fast design time requirements facing design engineers, lifelong learning is becoming more important. Now you have "one-stop shopping" at www.learnon.org. The site offers more than 4,300 engineering courses listed from 60 colleges, universities, and schools, and 15 professional societies.

And it's simple to use. On the home page, you can put in the type of course you are looking for. A results page lists the provider, the course name, the instructor, cost of the course, time involved, distance, and course type (video, web-based, CD-ROM, lecture, etc.). Sponsored by the American Society for Engineering Education, you have to register to view detailed information about any course. Users can further refine their search by inputing distance away and topic.

The site also allows users to download articles, papers, and conference announcements, and offers a comprehensive list of other sites offering engineering continuing education.

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