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UW Computer Science and Engineering Preparing CSE Instructional Resources
 

Summary: UW Computer Science and Engineering
Preparing CSE Instructional Resources
A Guide for CSE Teaching Staff - revised March 2009
Preparing CSE Instructional Resources for Teaching Staff 1
1 Introduction
This document is intended for CSE teaching staff. As an instructor or TA, you must
assume certain responsibilies for setting up and maintaining the instructional resources for
your courses. Those responsibilities are outlined here. A companion document, Preparing
CSE Instructional Resources for Technical Staff , outlines the responsibilities of technical
staff.
Other useful tools for instructors and TAs can be found on the Educational Technology and
CSE Enrollment pages.
Guide for New Instructors is a useful resource for getting new instructors up to speed.
Contact the course coordinator or webmaster to get access to that for appropriate users.
The resources discussed here include:
Instructional hardware and software computing facilities.
Groups and accounts for instructional staff and students.
Disk space for holding course directories. There are three types of directories, designed
to hold
1. "general purpose" course files,

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences