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    The front page of this site and resources on it are maintained by the Engineering and Materials
    Education Research Group (EMERG) at the Unviersity of Liverpool, formally UKCME.
    UKCME and EMERG

    'The UKCME supports high quality student learning in materials science and related disciplines. It promotes, encourages and coordinates the development and adoption of effective practices in learning, teaching and assessment.'

    What can we do for you?
    What is Materials Science?

    In the Spotlight

    National Subject ProfileThe UKCME have updated the National Subject Profile, click here to view the updated version
    Teaching Engineering

    Teaching Engineering by Peter Goodhew

    A number of key modules from MATTER have been converted for use in online distance learning or in a Virtual Learning Environment, including:

    • Introduction to Crystallography
    • Introduction to Electrons in Crystals
    • Introduction to Point Defects
    • Introduction to Phase Diagrams
    • Introduction to Electron Microscopes

    Click here to see the avalible modules

    Click here to go to the MATTER website

    In the pipeline:

    CORE-SET
    Engineering OER resources taken from industrial partners

    IntoEngineering
    Promotional quiz and information site for the engineering discipline

    Up and running:

    Kritikos
    Customised search engine for visual media relevant to Engineering Education

    CORE Materials
    Open Educational Resource repository for Materials Science

    Materials Classroom
    Educational games for schools and colleges in materials science

    The 'Guides for Lecturers' have been reworked into a single book.

    To download the book click the link below:

    Teaching Materials Engineering

    This book updates the relevant information from the guides as well as new information relevent to teaching materials engineering. Use this instead of the files below, which are here only as legacy material.