User talk:Egm3520.s13.Jeandona

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Direct Shear Test Calculations and Variables[edit]

The page Direct Shear Test Calculations and Variables appears to be a homework assignment. It has been moved to User:Egm3520.s13.Jeandona/Direct Shear Test Calculations and Variables. -- Dave Braunschweig (discusscontribs) 23:48, 31 March 2014 (UTC)

I like what you are doing[edit]

Hi - I am a custodian on Wikiversity who noticed the quality and quantity of your engineering problems. I would like to discuss two topics:

  1. Are you involved with a course where students are expected to contribute to Wikiversity? If so, I am currently working on templates to facilitate that activity. See Wright_State_University_Lake_Campus/2016-1/Phy1060.
  2. Do you know of any schools that are using your engineering materials? If so, I would like to someday (within perhaps a year) write a bank of multiple choice questions based on your problems. My dream is to see an open source bank of exam questions so large that the questions may be put on public display, yet a person anywhere on this planet could demonstrate proficiency in the basic understanding of college course topics. Right now the bank has 760 questions in first year physics, as well as two conceptual courses (Astronomy and How things work). See Quizbank/List_of_quizzes

Yours truly --Guy vandegrift (discusscontribs) 15:21, 8 January 2016 (UTC)