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9:43am Tue 15th Mar, Michael W.

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> I could not find the lecture slides for the last two weeks on LMS. > Would you be able to advise where I can find the slides?
That’s because the slides are being posted to the unit web page: [CITS4407] (click the Weekly Schedule tab on the left). I only use LMS as a way of *) posting Announcements (which you can back to later), *) accessing Echo360 recordings *) or, when the time comes, setting up the open book tests. The reason is that it’s a lot easier to have one web site for the whole class. It also maintains consistency. Cheers MichaelW


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10:18am Tue 15th Mar, Aline DSA.

Hi, the slides from yesterday's class are not available yet. Would it be possible to make the slide available before Monday's class? so we can follow what is being explained.


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11:31am Tue 15th Mar, Michael W.

Hi, Done. I was asked during the last class to make slides available before the lectures, rather than after. I have now set this us for the next couple of lectures (and posted yesterday's, of course). The point I made to the people I was chatting with, was that I tend to revisit my lectures on the day of the lecture, which often results in insights and typically changed slides. What that means is if I post before the fact, what is posted may not fully correspond to what you see on the day. Fair enough? Cheers MichaelW

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