Berlin, Germany, and Reston, Virginia USA – The world’s civil engineering community now have access to a unique leading-edge resource thanks to a partnership between the American Society of Civil Engineers, the oldest engineering society in the US, and Morressier, the leading platform for integrated research workflows. Wider dissemination of ASCE conference content will better enable civil engineers around the globe to fulfill ACSE’s mission to ‘protect and restore the natural environment’ – a topic more timely than ever.

The two organizations announced their partnership in June 2022, explaining their intent to create a comprehensive library that enhances the conference experience with more than 1,000 videos to accelerate scholarship and innovation.

ASCE’s Conference Video Collection is the premier source for the latest technical knowledge in civil engineering and will be a critical home for learning for the civil engineering community. Subscribers benefit from (single) sign-on and an intuitive user experience that provides easy access to content via powerful search. The Collection is ASCE’s response to the changing nature of content consumption in the engineering community, embracing the potential for video to deeply engage audiences and provide enhanced resources to the civil engineering community.

Joe Adams, Senior Director for Sales at Morressier, says: “We’re thrilled to have partnered with ASCE throughout this process to harness the power of their amazing video content. The ASCE Video Library offers a great user experience and expands the exposure of cutting-edge research in an engaging format. Our partnership has been strategic and rewarding, and we look forward to growing the Collection.”

“We enjoyed working with Morressier’s customer-focused team to develop our new Conference Video Collection,” says Dana Compton, Publisher at ASCE. “The process was smooth and highly collaborative, and we look forward to continued partnership in 2023 and beyond which will give us the opportunity to enhance the product to meet the changing needs of our profession.”