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Teaching Minicourses - Presentation Material

Our new members will be arriving Tuesday next week (the accepted 7). It'll be a less formal meeting. However, the week afterwards, before our 2 week winter break, we will have minicourses on Sunday and Tuesday through Friday.

Sunday, our electrical/programming engineer is going through programming and some electronics.

Tuesday through Friday, we plan to cover Systems Engineering & Prototyping & Design, Drive Systems, and Other.

What are some suggestions for the 'Other' category? More electronics coverage will probably be necessary.

Does anyone have good Powerpoint presentations to teach such minicourses that last from 1 to 2 hours? Also, what have teams done in the past for such things?
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Our new members will be arriving Tuesday next week (the accepted 7). It'll be a less formal meeting. However, the week afterwards, before our 2 week winter break, we will have minicourses on Sunday and Tuesday through Friday.

Sunday, our electrical/programming engineer is going through programming and some electronics.

Tuesday through Friday, we plan to cover Systems Engineering & Prototyping & Design, Drive Systems, and Other.

What are some suggestions for the 'Other' category? More electronics coverage will probably be necessary.

Does anyone have good Powerpoint presentations to teach such minicourses that last from 1 to 2 hours? Also, what have teams done in the past for such things?
Check out http://www.technokats.org/forum.htm. I have a feeling it wont be too helpful, but it's a start if you are really stuck.
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Re: Teaching Minicourses - Presentation Material

Now, IF the whitepapers were up, my dad did a VERY GOOD powerpoint on design that was shown at the VCU Robotics Help Forum thingy this past October.
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