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    55Please send your questions or comments on this page to  [mailto:vthomas@bbn.com Vic Thomas] or [mailto:nriga@bbn.com Niky Riga].
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    7 == Planning the Tutorial ==
     7== Before the Tutorial ==
    88 1. ''Tutorial objectives, description and pre-requisites.''  The ''abstract'' used to advertise your tutorial should provide a clear statement of its objectives (e.g. "At the end of the tutorial attendees will be able to set up an experiment that connects geographically distributed resources using a non-IP protocol"), a concise description of the tutorial and any pre-requisities (e.g. "Attendees must be proficient in COBOL" or "Attendees must come with computers running a browser that supports Adobe Flash").
    99 2. ''Number of attendees.''  The number of attendees you can accommodate is usually limited by the availability of resources.  A typical hands-on GENI tutorial at the GECs has 40 attendees working in pairs.  You'll therefore need to ensure you have enough resources for 21 simultaneous tutorial exercises (for the 20 pairs of attendees and for the instructor).