CES EduPack2013 Archive: What was new?

CES EduPack 2013 has new data, models, resources, and great improvements to usability, based on your feedback.

New interdisciplinary resources

New sustainability database supports
interdisciplinary learning
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Videos get students started
Videos get students started
Help students get started quicker
with new online video tutorials
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Get to the right data quickly
Get to the right data quickly
A visual interface makes switching databases quick and easy, and helps differentiate Levels 1 and 2.
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Search with material intelligence
Search with material intelligence
A new search engine makes it quicker and more intuitive to search for the materials data that you need.

New data for advanced teaching
New data for advanced teaching
More lightweighting, failure mode, and heat treatment data and processing cost model improvements...
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New models for lightweighting
New models for lightweighting
New models help students rapidly identify and communicate the benefits of new and existing materials, now including embodied energy. More 

Growing Teaching Resources
Growing Teaching Resources
Find out how to get the most out of your new software, and save time updating existing courses and setting new exercises... More 

 

Have your say on 2014...
Have your say on 2014...
If you have features you would like to see in CES EduPack 2014, let us know: you can use the Feature Request button in the software... More 


Find out more

The Education Team regularly run webinars for both new and existing users of CES EduPack, providing opportunities for Q&A and for you to give your feedback. You can also sign up for  short courses with Prof Mike Ashby, and join the CES EduPack Development Meeting, which take place around the Materials Education Symposia this Spring.

Events 


Contact us to discuss how CES EduPack can support your teaching 

Current Versions: CES EduPack 2014
Past versions: See what was new in: CES EduPack 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006