Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of GENIEducation/Instructors

02/15/13 13:41:23 (8 years ago)



  • GENIEducation/Instructors

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    99If you are not sure which method to choose, please [ send us an email].
     11= Setup access for attendees =
     12Depending on how much control you have over who is attending your GENI event you have two options about how to give access to GENI to the participants:
     13 1. '''Personal GENI accounts'''. If you have control, or you know in advance, who is going to need access to GENI, then you should ask them to join your project and get individual GENI accounts. This approach works best for classes, or in tutorials that pre-registration is required.
     14 2. '''Temporary Tutorial accounts'''. If your event is a one time tutorial, and access to GENI is needed only for the duration of the event then you could [ ask us] to create for you a set of temporary accounts as part of your project. In your email please include:
     15     a. the name of your project and whether it is a project at or at the GENI portal
     16     b. the number of temporary accounts you will need
     17     c. the prefix for your accounts, all accounts will be of the form <prefix>uxx, the prefix should be at most 7 characters long and should be indicative of your event. For example if you are doing a tutorial at SIGCOM 2013, then the prefix can be sig13
     18     d. the email address that you want us to use as alias for the account email addresses. Each GENI account is associated with an email address so that experimenters can be notified about their GENI resources, in the case of temporary accounts, we associate the email address to an actual email address, in that way you can be notified abou the activity of these accounts.
     19     e. the date, time and duration of your event
    12 = Setup access for attendees =
    1321= Presentation material =