Free Technical Webinar: Thursday, April 3rd, 2008, 9:00am Pacific Daylight Time!

Free Technical Webinar: Thursday, April 3rd, 2008, 9:00am Pacific Daylight Time!

Hello fellow instructors!

The latest in the series of Many Cores are Coming: Meet the Challenge Webinars designed for the Intel Academic Community in 2008 will take place this Thursday, April 3rd, 2008, at 9:00am PDT! (You may already know that Webinars are INTERACTIVE online sessions with Intel experts presenting, hosting, and answering your questions.)

This weeks Webinar will be hosted by yours truly, a Senior Course Architect for the Intel Software College. The session is a Course Design Document review, with an emphasis on the overall utility and specific direction of the new format being employed here at Intel.

Specifics about Teaching Manycore Computing Concepts in your Academic Environment will be included, but moreover, your feedback regarding the overall direction and usefulness of the new design document, currently in beta, will be actively invited!

If youve ever wanted to give FEEDBACK DIRECTLY TO INTEL regarding its current and future course designs, THIS WEBINAR IS FOR YOU!

You must register to attend: registration is FAST and FREE! Register here.

We hope to see you then!


Jeff Gallagher, IntelSoftware College

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HEY many thanks to all who attended the webinar! I hope you enjoyed yourselves as much as we presenters did!

Quick reminder: that register URL in the first posting of this thread? You can use it to register for all the webinars in the series, NOT just this week's session.



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