Information for Instructors
Using the teaching resources requires signing up. If you do not have an account, you can use this link to sign up. Your signing up request will be reviewed to verify that you are an instructor. An email will be sent to you within two business days. If you have an active account, you can login using the above menu. When you log in, a list of resources will be displayed, including the teaching slides, codes and sequence files used on the book, custom quiz generation, exam generation, challenging problems as bonus questions,and suggested projects for the students.
The teaching slides cover the chapters of the selected book. They are available in PowerPoint and pdf format.
Codes and sequence file
The codes include the codes of the programs used in the chapters in addition to any other suplementary material.
The instructors can generate a short quiz for each section for the informal assessment of student follow-up and the level of comprehension. A quiz can be given to the students in the beginning of the next lecture and should be around 10 minutes. The quiz can be graded to encourage students to follow-up and understand the lecture.
Exam question generaion
The instructors can use this feature to generate exam questions. The questions are categorized into three levels: easy, moderate, and hard. We will keep adding new questions and problems continuously so the instructors will have many question choices. Moreover, the exam can be generated by using the random generation feature that shuffle the questions and select questions randomly for the exam.
This will include several suggested projects on the subject that the studnets can work on during the semister and present at the end of the semister. The projects will help the students summarize and review content from the entire semester and expose them to the real research environment.