1.0 SEB323 2009 Week 1a Lecture

1.0 SEB323 2009 Week 1a Lecture - Welcome to SEB323 for...

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Welcome to SEB323 for 2009! Throughout the trimester I will be progressively posting the study materials online on DSO for this unit. The primary study materials will be the PowerPoint Slides from lectures as well as relevant reading materials and slides or materials using in the tutorials. Off-campus students should aim to visit the DSO site for this unit at least weekly to check for additions and updates to the study materials plus check for announcements and notices and notices. As much as possible I try to make the presentation slides for lectures rather descriptive (as much as possible given the format) but particularly for off-campus students, as well as on-campus students who do not or cannot attend the lecture, I will usually aid extra notes to the slides. So that there is the lowest risk of problems for you to download and view these lecture notes I will post the files up in Adobe PDF file format instead of the native MS notes, I will post the files up in Adobe PDF file format instead of the native MS PowerPoint format. This also means that when additional notes, such as these you are reading here, are available for the slides that I will provide a PDF document with one slide per page (and the notes section underneath on the same page). Usually I put up the notes from lectures on the same day as the lecture. This trimester there are two lectures per week, on Monday and Friday respectively. - Simon Cavenet Simon Cavenett 1
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Mandatory information briefing to everyone at the beginning of the trimester about what to do in the event of an emergency while on campus at Deakin University. In practice, the alarm tones that are broadcast during real or practice emergency events are so loud and unbearable that there is little encouragement needed to get everyone to leave the building. 2
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It is a good thing that this sign was there to warn people of the hazard presented by the sign’s sharp edges. You have now been warned of this too. 3
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This is me. I’m your lecturer for this unit this year. I’ll also be setting and marking your assignments and the end-of-trimester examination. I’m a professional engineer with an MBA. With over 20 year’s professional experience since graduating with my BE (Elec) I’m probably likely to wheel out the “in my day” stories every now and then. I have a reasonably diverse range of professional experience. The largest organisation I worked for had about 90,000 employees at the time. The smallest organisation had 1 employee (me). Some companies I worked for no longer exist. But that had nothing to do with me of course…. 4
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I am usually on campus most weekdays. If I am not in my office it probably means I am teaching a class or in a meeting or such. The best mornings to catch me in my office are Tuesdays and Fridays this trimester. Tuesday afternoons will also be a good time to find me in my office. Keep in mind that I don’t know what I don’t know. So if you drop by to see me, or call
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1.0 SEB323 2009 Week 1a Lecture - Welcome to SEB323 for...

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