For teams in and around the LP of Michigan, National Instruments will be offering a one day FREE “LabVIEW 8 Campus Workshop”, to teach mentors how to teach LabVIEW to their students. Seminar link: http://sine.ni.com/apps/utf8/nievn.ni?action=display_offerings_by_event&event_id=26298&event_subtype=GENERAL&site=NIC&state=MI&country=US&l=US
Place - Auditorium, Baker College, Flint MI (see below for map)
Date - Saturday, September 6, 2008, 9AM-5PM
Event - FREE “How to Teach LabVIEW 8 to your Students” Workshop
Note that this is DIFFERENT from the Frog Force seminar. The FF event is a repackaging of the three day “LabVIEW Basics I” professional course, into three successive Saturdays starting late September. That gets much further into the nitty-gritty of the LabVIEW construction environment itself.
This one will also have hands-on work, but is intended for teachers and mentors, so as I understand it will focus more on general techniques and methods. I highly recommend having team representatives attend BOTH of these events!
IMPORTANT NOTE - Patel later emailed me and said their registration link is broken, so** please email Krupa directly to register, at: [email protected]**
I’ve included Krupa’s original email to me below, for the details.
- Keith McClary, ACTI
[Our District Manager] in Michigan mentioned that you are involved with the FIRST Robotics Competition. I wanted to let you know about an event that National Instruments is holding at Baker College of Flint on September 6, 2008. We will host a training for FIRST mentors on How to Teach LabVIEW to their teams. I’m including the text of our invitation below - Please feel free to share this with other mentors or teams you think may be interested. Please let me know if you have any questions about the event or how to register.
National Instruments invites FIRST Robotics Competition participants to attend our Introduction to LabVIEW Seminar on Saturday, September 6, 2008 at Baker College of Flint. The seminar will begin at 9:00 am in the Auditorium at Baker College of Flint and run until 5:00 pm.
This event is primarily intended for FIRST Robotics team mentors, although students are also welcome to attend. All attendees must register for the session online. You will be prompted to register with ni.com - please enter accurate email addresses and physical addresses as National Instruments will send you an evaluation copy of LabVIEW (if requested) and more information about this seminar in the coming weeks.
In order to fully participate in this session, National Instruments asks that attendees bring a laptop with a copy of LabVIEW already installed. Attendees have the option of downloading an evaluation copy of LabVIEW from National Instruments’ website or requesting a DVD. Click here to download an evaluation copy LabVIEW or request an evaluation LabVIEW DVD now. Please note that if you are registering after August 29, 2008, it will be in your best interest to download the evaluation copy of the software.
National Instruments Field Engineers will cover How to Teach LabVIEW in 6 Hours: Click here to for introductory course materials, tutorials, and exercises. LabVIEW textbooks and resources referenced in the course materials can also be found online.
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