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telefunkenvf14 wrote:What you should do is tell students to go ahead and purchase immediately. If they decide not to stick with the class they can get a refund (within 30 days, I believe).
telefunkenvf14 wrote:It would be VERY helpful if you could allow instructors to download and host these on campus; it's easy to do this on Blackboard. (I tried using VideoDownloadHelper to 'rip' the videos onto my machine, but couldn't get this to work. Please, set your promotional materials freeeeee.)
telefunkenvf14 wrote:Breakout:http://www.wolfram.com/broadcast/screencasts/breakout/ (Can someone get me the code? Students have requested it... OK, I wanna play it too! )
telefunkenvf14 wrote:Finally: somewhere in my collection I have a long interview where he shows off his iPad 'Elements' app and explains how MMA fit into the project. There's a related post on the Wolfram Blog. Seek and ye shall find.
It looks like this may have been originally created by Mathematica user Luc Barthelet. I'll check if Luc can provide us with a copy of this notebook.
telefunkenvf14 wrote:It looks like this may have been originally created by Mathematica user Luc Barthelet. I'll check if Luc can provide us with a copy of this notebook.
Any word on the Breakout notebook?
Kathy_Bautista wrote:"Hands-on Start to Mathematica--Part 1":
English: http://www.wolfram.com/broadcast/screen ... ndsonstart
Spanish: http://www.wolfram.com/broadcast/screen ... t_spanish/
Japanese: http://www.wolfram.com/broadcast/screen ... nstart_ja/
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