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* Briefing paper to get people up to speed
 
* Briefing paper to get people up to speed
 
* What are the questions at the frontier that remain unresolved?
 
* What are the questions at the frontier that remain unresolved?
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In general, things (readings etc) should be locked down by the start of the preceding week's class. (Ex: if your date is Feb 9th, readings should be locked by Feb 2nd.)
  
 
=== Things to consider ===
 
=== Things to consider ===

Revision as of 22:39, 2 February 2009

(Help on these notes are welcomed, btw.)

Welcome

Scheduling

We are still on for Mondays, thanks to extensive feedback.

People

(ok, we'll update this with names later)

  • lots of professors
  • iif-team

Overview

Let's go through what people think they're doing this semester. Let's go through the process of putting together a syllabus.

To differentiate this from a survey course, and get some background out of the way, we might want to prepare (for each topic)

  • Briefing paper to get people up to speed
  • What are the questions at the frontier that remain unresolved?

In general, things (readings etc) should be locked down by the start of the preceding week's class. (Ex: if your date is Feb 9th, readings should be locked by Feb 2nd.)

Things to consider

  • How do we Deploy Our Guests? (Operation: Deploy-A-Guest)

Technologies to learn about