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Fundamentals of
Injury Biomechanics Project
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Fundamentals of Injury Biomechanics is an open textbook currently being developed by students in MECH 436/536.
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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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These wiki pages are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.

Renaming Your Page

This is done by using the move link in the drop down arrow tab at the top of the wiki. The tab is not visible if you not are logged in.

  1. Click on the move link
  2. In the new title box, you'll find the current title of your page. It will look something like GEOG352/Sample Page
  3. Enter the new name after the prefix GEOG352/. For example GEOG352/My New Title.
  4. Click the move page button.

Access the move link via the drop down arrow tab at the top of the wiki

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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 Licesning for Students toolkit.

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Contacts

  • lt.hub@ubc.ca
  • will.engle [at] ubc.ca
  • rie.namba [at] ubc.ca

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