Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of GeniTutorialHints


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10/11/11 17:42:11 (8 years ago)
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Vic Thomas
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  • GeniTutorialHints

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    2020 2. ''Introduction.''  Go over the objectives of the tutorial, a description of the experiment(s) that will be run during the tutorial, and the major steps in setting up and running the experiment(s).
    2121 3. ''Managing bottlenecks.''  Certain steps in the experiment workflow such as slice creation tend to bog down servers such as slice controllers, especially if you have 20+ simultaneous requests to create slices.  Experience has shown it best to divide the class into three groups and stagger the start of the exercises.  For example, group 1 starts by issuing their slice creation requests and group 2 issues their requests after the slices for group 1 are created.  Staggering also distributes  over time the requests for help from the attendees.
    22  4. ''We are here.''  At the start of each major step in an exercise, be sure to remind the attendees what they've completed so far and what they'll be doing in the next step.
     22 4. ''You are here.''  At the start of each major step in an exercise, be sure to remind the attendees what they've completed so far and what they'll be doing in the next step.
    2323 5. ''Continuing experimentation''.  Make sure attendees leave knowing where they can find more information about the material covered in the tutorial and how they can get the accounts and credentials needed to try the exercises on their own.
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