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Fundamentals of
Injury Biomechanics Project
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Project Workspace
Fundamentals of Injury Biomechanics is an open textbook currently being developed by students in MECH 436/536.
Key Pages
Instructor

Agnes d’Entremont, PhD, P.Eng.

  • Office Hours: KAIS 1130 -- Most Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12 – 1 pm, or by appointment
  • Communication: Email communication is welcome. Please put “MECH 436/536” in the subject.

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Welcome to the workspace for the Fundamentals of Injury Biomechanics Open Textbook. This open resource is being created by students in MECH 436/536.


Instruction for Creating a Book Section or Problem Set

Login to the UBC Wiki

Click the CWL button on the top left of the page and login from there.

Create your User Page/Profile

Your user page is basically a profile page. Its purpose is to provide a space for you to let other UBC Wiki users know who you are and what your affiliation is with UBC. It can also be a space for testing and experimentation.

Create Your Topic Section

Add the topic name after "Documentation:FIB_book/" to the box below and click on the create page button (note that you will need to be logged in to the UBC Wiki in order for this to work).

Structure Your Section

Some suggested headings to get you started are on the template page that we have created. Please edit or add any headings.

Begin to Write!

A template will load and you can just begin to start writing (or copy and past from another document). Don't forget to save often.

Create Your Book Section


Create a Problem Set


Sharing Your Work

All wiki project pages, including drafts, are openly accessible on the Internet. This project also uses a Creative Commons license, which allows others to copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format and to remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially. For more information, please see this Open Licensing for Students toolkit.