Read me first class files for css grad course

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This folder contains presentation files for each of the 30 class sessions (e.g., 15 weeks with 2 classes per week). The 15-week syllabus was prepared for a slightly different class order than is contained in the slides. There is also a syllabus for a 10 week version of the class (1 session per week). That folder also includes supplemental information the instructor may need to transmit to students. Instructors who use the 10 week format will need to combine presentation slides from the 30 class format.

Instructors are expected to know CSS well enough to use the slides without extensive presenter notes. Some notes are included to explain examples, problems, etc.

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Read me first class files for css grad course

  1. 1. Read Me First file Course Files for Graduate Level Class on CSS from the University Transportation Center for Mobility™ Report “Making Mobility Improvements a Community Asset: Transportation Improvements Using Context-Sensitive Solutions” by Brian Bochner Senior Research Engineer Beverly Storey Associate Research Scientist Angeline Lehnert Graduate Research AssistantThis folder contains presentation files for each of the 30 class sessions (e.g., 15 weeks with 2 classes perweek). The 15-week syllabus was prepared for a slightly different class order than is contained in theslides. There is also a syllabus for a 10 week version of the class (1 session per week). That folder alsoincludes supplemental information the instructor may need to transmit to students. Instructors who usethe 10 week format will need to combine presentation slides from the 30 class format.Instructors are expected to know CSS well enough to use the slides without extensive presenter notes.Some notes are included to explain examples, problems, etc.

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