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*[http://wiki.octave.org/wiki/images/b/b0/Slides_octconf_gdf_jgh.pdf Slides]
*[http://wiki.octave.org/wiki/images/b/b0/Slides_octconf_gdf_jgh.pdf Slides]
=== Octave in numerical methods courses ===
=== ===
Paola Gervasio gave a presentation about how she and her colleagues ([http://mox.polimi.it/qs/ authors of several books])use Octave in their courses at the university. You cansee exmaples used for the classes and some interesting pedagogic techniques in the slides.
[http://www.ing.unibs.it/~gervasio/ Contact her] if you have questions!
*[http://wiki.octave.org/wiki/images/2/27/Slides_octconf_paola_gervasio.pdf Slides]
* [[File:slides_octconf_paola_gervasio.pdf|Slides]]
=== Teaching engineers with GNU Octave ===
=== Teaching engineers with GNU Octave ===

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