Undergraduate Teaching Resources
This page is a collection of Workshed undergraduate teaching resources.
Students take part in an exercise that focuses on the design of a high-profile Metro station. The local railway authority Metropolitana di Napoli (MDN) is implementing an expansion programme – part of which involves the extension of the principal east-west
Design a High Profile Metro Station
The passenger numbers at Rio International Airport are expected to almost double at the time of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. In this workshop, student are asked to propose a series of temporary modiﬁcations to the airport that would accommodate the surge in
Airport Adaptation Workshop: Rio 2016 Olympics
Access resources for teaching basic structural mechanics using Push-Me-Pull-Me. Downloadable PDF worksheets comprise mini-tutorials and student questions.
The Thames Cable Car pack is a new undergraduate teaching resource based on the Emirates Airline Thames crossing. Students take on the role of a structural design consultancy that has been asked to develop the concept design for a cable car to
Thames Cable Car
This project, produced by Think Up, with support from the Royal Academy of Engineering and the JBM, identifies nine principles for enhancing the way sustainability is taught to undergraduate civil engineers. It highlights tools, free online resources and suggestions for
Teaching Sustainability to Engineers
World Tour of Structures
The Big Lid: This University of Cambridge project pack provides an opportunity to investigate the physics and mathematics involved with designing stadium roofs.
The Big Lid: Stadium Roof Design
This project requires a large team of participants to build a 2.4-metre tall humanoid robot from paper and string, capable of moving in order to perform a number of specific tasks. The aims of this project are: To explore the
Build a Paper Robot
This workshop recreates a design competition that Expedition Engineering entered back in 2004 to design a new Antarctic laboratory for the British Antarctic Survey. The aim of the workshop is to explore the cycle of conceiving, testing and reviewing that