CSL Colloquium -- Instructions for Enrolled Students

  1. The colloquium, taken as a class, is one unit S/NC.
  2. Students can enroll in EE380 for credit as many times as they wish.
  3. Read the website:   http://ee380.stanford.edu
  4. Attend all ten lectures live or view them over the web, over SITN, or by tape.
  5. Submit a short commentary (between one paragraph and one page placing the lecture into context and expressing what you learned. This should be done as soon as possible after seeing the lecture. Please do not "take notes" and plan to write everything up at the end of the quarter. All commentaries must be submitted over the web. Go to http://ee380.stanford.edu and click on the "thumbs-up/thumbs-down" button associated with each of the lectures to get the proper form.
  6. Students who take classes on-campus are requested to attend eight or more of the lectures live. In our opinion, attending a live lecture is a much better experience that watching a video-- for one thing, you can ask questions. And, speakers much prefer a live audience to interact with.
  7. At the conclusion of the class, enrolled students must submit a class evaluation form. The evaluation form is a web form that becomes accessible about the time of the 10th lecture. The evaluation form may be accessed by clicking on the associated "thumbs-up/thumbs-down" button pointed to by the animated red arrow at the beginning of the schedule of talks.
  8. Problems or questions should be addressed to Dennis Allison. The best contact point is allison@stanford.edu. Given the plethora of spam, putting '[EE380]' in the header will help sort things out.