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TryEngineering.org, IEEE’s online engineering education resource for pre-university educators, parents and students, is now available in a new mobile-friendly format.  Visitors can now access the TryEngineering content they love, anywhere, any time on virtually any device including desktops, tablets and smart phones.  

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The IEEE Educational Activities Board is delighted to announce an animation competition to excite pre-university students about engineering, computing, and technology. We are asking IEEE members, student members, graduate student members and IEEE young professional members to encourage 12-18 year olds from within their family, friendship circle, or local schools to participate in the competition. The member will act as a nominee and mentor for that student(s). Entrants can submit animations in teams of up to three students.

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Check out the latest issue of IEEE Spark - Engineering Inside... Robotics. In this issue, learn how engineers design robots to explore the great unknown, meet a robotics pro, design a robot arm, and gear up for robotics competitions.

http://spark.ieee.org/2014-issue-3/

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Check out some innovative videos about how engineering enhances the quality of life and serves the needs of society, and vote for your favorite as part of NAE's Engineering for You Video Contest. The contest commemorates the 50th anniversary of the National Academy of Engineering. 

Voting closes 1 September 2014. 

Vote here: http://www.nae.edu/e4u/#youtubeVideoListId

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Spark Music Issue
Tune into this issue of IEEE Spark to learn how engineering and technology are applied in the music industry. Learn how engineers make music sound better, meet a music technology maestro, design your own loudspeaker, and discover free online tools to make music at home.  
 
 
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You may have noticed that there have been some exciting changes to TryEngineering.org! We have given the content you know a fresh new look, simplified layout, and friendlier navigation. To make TryEngineering more compatible with mobile devices, stay tuned for a mobile version of the site set to launch later this year.

We hope you enjoy these enhancements and would love to hear your feedback. For questions or comments, please contact us at tryengineering@ieee.org.

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Spark Nano Issue

In this issue of IEEE Spark, get an up-close look at the growing world of nanotechnology. Learn how nanotechnology is being used in applications ranging from medicine, to energy, to personal electronics; explore the nanoscale by growing sugar crystals, and discover exciting nanotechnology games. 
 

Read the issue!

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Lesson plans on TryEngineering.org are now aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (where applicable). These are in addition to current alignments to the U.S.

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Interested in finding information on accredited computing degree programs? You can search for accredited computing degree programs around the world on IEEE TryComputing.org. The portal lists accredited computing degrees at over 1800 universities in 68 countries globally.  Search for computer engineering, computer science, information systems, information technology, software engineering, and specialty degrees.  Find information about each degree including career options, skills needed, preparation tips, and what to expect during university studies. 

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