Using Quanser's Shake Table II and utilizing tools developed in cooperation with the Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES), the University Consortium of Instructional Shake Tables (UCIST) has developed a series of exercises to allow your students to perform remote experimentation using bench-top shake tables. In this one hour NEES webinar you will
- learn about the exercises and associated lab manuals developed based on these remote experiments
- see demos of these remote experiments, including operating and viewing live experiments while downloading streaming data and video
- have an opportunity to discuss the assessment survey, assessment results, and benefits of this approach to learning and teaching.
After this webinar you will be able to use these exercises, shaketable, and assessment tools in your classroom (for freshman undergraduate through graduate levels) to enhance your students' understanding of fundamental concepts in earthquake engineering and structural dynamics. An ever-growing network of universities is being developed to share these instructional shake tables and experiments to benefit future civil engineers, decision-makers and stakeholders. Your students will be able to take advantage of this technology to remotely operate shake tables housed at other universities, offering a wider variety of structural dynamics experiments.
Registration is free and open to all interested parties. To REGISTER for this Webinar, please click here.