FYI – might be useful if you are using Matlab in your classes.
Jonathan Goldman Volgenau School of Engineering
Director, IT & Security George Mason University
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From: Scott Benway <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thursday, April 16, 2020 at 10:14 AM
To: Scott Benway <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Upcoming Webinar - MathWorks Tools and Resources to Support Distance Learning
I hope you are healthy and well. We recently provided your campus with resources to enable distance learning with MATLAB. I do hope the provided resource has helped ease the transition to enable faculty and students to continue their coursework and research. To further support your faculty and instructors during this time I wanted to make you aware of a live webinar we will be conducting on Monday, April 20th at 3pm ET. The session will highlight valuable resources and tools available to educators and will be hosted by MathWorks Customer Success engineers (additional details below). If you could please forward the announcement below to your faculty and instructors it would be greatly appreciated.
Lastly, please do let me know if you have any feedback or questions regarding the previously issues MathWorks licenses for your faculty and students.
3 Apple Hill Drive | Natick, MA 01760 | (508) 647-7741
In recent weeks many courses have transitioned to distance/online learning formats. MathWorks has developed several cloud-based tools that enable instructors and students to access course content anytime, anywhere.
MathWorks Tools and Resources to Support Distance Learning
Date: Monday, April 20th
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET
Venue: WebEx Event – Click Here to Join<https://mathworksmeeting.webex.com/mathworksmeeting/onstage/g.php?MTID=e78fe3f27ba14a9c8304edad1da908d1c>
Join us for a free webinar where MathWorks engineers will demonstrate tools to support course development/delivery and provide tips for integrating these tools into your courses and curriculum. This content is ideal for instructors, teaching assistants, and anyone interested in integrating supporting resources from MathWorks into the classroom (both live and remote).
* Anytime, Anywhere access to MATLAB Online™ and MATLAB Drive™
* Leveraging interactive content with self-paced courses, MATLAB® Apps, and Live Scripts
* Mentoring students at-scale with automated assessment and feedback in MATLAB Grader™
* Connecting students locally and globally via the MATLAB user community
Please forward this invitation to others who you believe may be interested and feel free to contact me with questions at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>.