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    Dear Microchips

    Please advice to have teaching resources for university

    Thanks in advance


    Robert Owen

    Dear Dayan
    To access the Teaching materials, follow these steps:
    How to join the IUP and access these materials
    1. Click ‘Register’ or ’Join IUP’ on the landing page: http://www.imgtec.com/university
    2. Complete the first section: ‘the Community Registration’
    3. Tick the box marked ‘Join Imagination University Programme’ and completes the additional information

    4. A verification email will be sent to your inbox for activation.
    (Please also check your spam mailbox because occasionally the mail will got filtered)
    5. To download teaching materials, visit the IUP page – Teaching Resources https://community.imgtec.com/university/resources/
    6. Request the package(s) you want, accept the Licence Agreement, and give some details about how you plan to use the materials.
    7. We then receive a request to approve the download, and normally action this within 48 hours. Once approved, you will receive an e-mail saying you can now make the download.




    Dear Sir

    Thanks you so much for the reply

    It would be grate if you can advice that. Does teaching material contains the PowerPoint presentation slides that can be used to teach

    Please advice

    Thanks in advance


    Robert Owen

    ALL our Teaching Materials contain both .pdf and .pptx / . docx versions of the materials. For academic use we encourage re-use, cut and paste, adaptation, extension…whatever you need to do so that the materials work for you and your students.
    The materials are written by leading Professors in their fields, we do not write them in-house. So they are genuine academic teaching materials.
    A typical Teaching Materials package contains:
    – Presentation slides
    – A Teacher’s Guide
    – A Student’s Exercise manual
    – Set-up Guide with links to software and required hardware
    – Test Materials with Solutions
    – Supporting reference documentation and manuals
    – Any special code required
    Our intention is to provide everything you need to get started quickly and effectively.
    Furthermore, MIPSfpga, An Introduction to Mobile Graphics, and The Connected MCU Lab are supported by online tutorials showing the materials being used.

    We wish you lots of success teaching with our materials and would appreciate your feedback.
    Best Regards,
    Robert Owen

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