If you go to the University Website : http://ti.com/university and select any of the product group you may come across a particular term called a “Teaching ROM”.
Which begs the question:
What is a Teaching ROM?
The word Teaching ROM was developed when CD-ROM’s were popular (remember those? Before DVD’s?)
On the ROM there contains power points, presentations, lecture notes, source and lab examples.
It’s developed, reviewed and used by Academics, not by TI employees. We like to say it’s “for academics by academics”. Why bother?
Basically, it’s a way for Academics to get up and running quicker than they would have had to on their own. (Sort of “Source Code” for a course). The material is open for Academics to use as they wish. All presentations, lab examples and notes can be tweaked, changed and re-logoed for use in a new course. The contributors and authors are included in the Source files, so you can always contact the original author for any specific questions.
Once you accept the terms and conditions that are with the ROM, you are welcome to use any of its contents to further your Academic cause.
How do you get a look at teaching ROM’s?
What Teaching ROM’s are out today?
MSP430v1 Available NOWStellaris in BETA TEST NOW – Available April 2012C2000- Available NOW also included in the Peripheral Explorer KitMSP430v2 Available 3Q2012 Includes updates to include Launchpad and Chronos Watch
C5000 Teaching ROM Available NOWC6000v1 Available NOWC6000v2 Available 2Q2012
Wireless Basics- Seeking AuthorsRobotics- Seeking Authors
This is one of the things that we do as the University Program to try and make implementing TI in curriculum much easier for you!
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