Erik Dunmire, Ph.D.

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Student Success

Information about a variety of resources for COM students, such as financial aid, tutoring, counseling, student clubs, etc., can be found at the College of Marin's Student Services page.

 

Engineering

A variety of Engineering-related resources for both students and non-students are provided on the Engineering Program Resources page.

 

Sustainability

This section provides information and links related to sustainable development and sustainability education.

    coming soon...

 

Essentials

These are miscellaneous resources that I find indispensable, or in some cases, just too fun to resist.  Each link opens a new window.

Google Earth (http://earth.google.com/)

I never go on any trip without first checking out the route and the area here.  It's also a great geography education tool (my daughter loves it), as well as a means for some free vicarious travel.

Phun (http://www.phun.at/)

Jättekul (WayCool!)  The product of a Swedish student's M.S. project, this free virtual "physics sandbox" is fun for all ages (another one of my daughter's favorites) and a great way to develop an intuitive sense of mechanics without ever pulling out the Lego set.  The You-tube video that's on the website gives you a good feel for how it works.

Lexin Swedish-English Dictionary (http://lexin.nada.kth.se/swe-eng.html)

Hur säger man...?  Granted, this is only essential for those of us with some kind of Swedish-American connection, but there seem to be a lot of us out there.

 

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Copyright 2008 Erik Dunmire                  erik.dunmire@marin.edu                  Last updated: April 23, 2008