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What's new in Teaching with MATLAB at the University of Cambridge

A webinar aimed at University Teaching Officers, PhD students and Post-Docs who are interested in teaching using computational tools.
When Oct 28, 2020
from 02:00 PM to 03:00 PM
Attendees University Teaching Officers, Professors, PhD students & Post-Docs
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MATLAB is hosting a dedicated webinar for University of Cambridge MATLAB users

Learn about good practices and examples for virtual student engagements that professors around the world have developed. The host will share a case study highlighting MATLAB-based tools specific for teaching, continuous evaluation, online learning and project work. 

You will learn about workflows that can help you to foster engagement, curiosity and problem-solving skills among your students and discuss how to introduce students to programming and how to save time with auto-graded code assignments.

Highlights

  • Introduce students to fundamental concepts in your discipline with custom apps. 
  • Dive deeper into topics with interactive notebooks. 
  • Work and collaborate from everywhere with colleagues and students using MATLAB Online. 
  • Help students to learn MATLAB and programming concepts at their own pace with online training. 
  • Add automatically graded problem sheets in your course with MATLAB Grader.

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