[Bf-education] College Level Curriculum

Frans Thamura frans at meruvian.org
Tue Aug 18 04:04:00 CEST 2009

about the book

do you have a mampping curriculum with this book

i have experience that the book structure usually is not smiliar with
education structure

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On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 2:40 AM, Edwin Pilobello<e_pilobello at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I've used Neil's eLearning course materials in support of a brick and mortar
> Blender class at Clark Community College in Vancouver WA.  We used
> "Essential Blender" as the course textbook.  I figured the BF ought to at
> least get some benefit from the sale of the book.  Those that couldn't
> afford the textbook tried to read it through the wiki and did just fine.
> The vote was split on the book about 50-50.  Some found the book easy to
> follow, others not so.  Neil's courseware was always welcome.  Of course, I
> had to make a list that correlated the videos with the chapters in the book.
> Neil was kind enough to send me a DVD of all his stuff.  I re-distributed
> them to the class after fixing the URL links to point to the files on the
> DVD instead of screencast, etc.   The students did not use the
> cross-reference so much as the video titles are self-directing.
> Using the DVD saved Neil a lot of bandwidth.  I'm pretty sure if you asked
> him, he'd share his video files in for real player and flash.
> I know he has a lot more in the works and is chomping at the bits to upgrade
> all his material to v2.5
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