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'''Fall 2013'''
'''Fall 2013'''
:[[2013_Fall_MA_527_Bell|MA527: Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists, Fall 2013]]
:[[2013_Fall_MA_279_Walther|MA279: Modern Mathematics]]
:[[2013_Fall_MA_453_Walther|MA453: Abstract Algebra]]
:[[2013_Fall_MA_527_Bell|MA527: Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists]]
:[[2013_Fall_ECE_270_Brown|ECE270: Digital System Design]]
:[[2013_Fall_ECE_270_Brown|ECE270: Digital System Design]]
:[[2013_Fall_ECE_400_Boutin|ECE400: Professional Developpment and Career Guidance,]]
:[[2013_Fall_ECE_400_Boutin|ECE400: Professional Developpment and Career Guidance,]]

Revision as of 13:49, 19 August 2013

List of Course Wikis

What is a course wiki?

A place for instructors to share class material, post homework, important links, reminders and messages. A place for students to discuss homework, collectively solve problems, share results. Honors students use it to share their honors projects, instructors looking for talent use it to challenge their students into tackling bonus points projects. Et cetera, Et cetera, Et cetera. There are so many ways to use a class wiki to enhance teaching and learning!

If you are an instructor for a course and want to create a class wiki, click on "create a new course page" in the left-side bar (after loggin in).


Fall 2013

MA279: Modern Mathematics
MA453: Abstract Algebra
MA527: Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists
ECE270: Digital System Design
ECE400: Professional Developpment and Career Guidance,
ECE 438: Digital Dignal Processing with applications
ECE544: Digital Communications
ECE641: Model-Based Image and Signal Processing

Summer 2013

Spring 2013


Fall 2012

Summer 2012

Spring 2012


Fall 2011

Maymester 2011

Spring 2011


Fall 2010

Summer 2010

Spring 2010


Fall 2009

Summer 2009

Spring 2009


Fall 2008

These were recently merged using a software that Ben wrote. One may need to clean them up a bit.--Mboutin 12:41, 29 January 2009 (UTC)

Pre-Fall 2008

Alumni Liaison

Correspondence Chess Grandmaster and Purdue Alumni

Prof. Dan Fleetwood