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= GNU Radio Educators Breakout Session - GRCon 2018 =
 
= GNU Radio Educators Breakout Session - GRCon 2018 =
  
Friday, September 21, 2018: 9am - noon PDT (noon - 3pm EDT, 4pm - 7pm UTC).
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== Breakout Session Plans ==
  
The plan is to make the whole three hours available through Google Hangouts, still need to work out the logistics
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* Lightning talks about people's educational projects?
 
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* Demos of interesting hardware (e.g. small loop antenna)
 
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* Zoom session with remote participants interested in educational use of GNU Radio
== Proposed Agenda ==
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* Plans for existing / new OOT modules
 
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* How can we better collaborate / pool our resources?
* Educational Projects (9:00 - 10:00).
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* ...
** 10 minute "lightning" talks describing projects people are involved with.
 
** 1. HI Horn Antennas (radio astronomy, Richard Prestage)
 
** 2. ...
 
** 3. ...
 
** I (Richrd Prestage) could also present Small Loop Antennas, if we need more...
 
* Role and Mission of GNU Radio Educators Group (10:00 -11:00)
 
** See more below
 
* Do we need a coffee break?
 
* How can we collaborate? (11:00 - noon)
 
** See more below
 
 
 
== Thoughts on the Role and Mission of GNU Radio Educators ==
 
 
 
Add your thoughts here...
 
 
 
== Thoughts on how we can better collaborate ==
 
 
 
Add your thoughts here...
 
 
 
== Attendees ==
 
If you are comfortable, please add your attendance plans, and perhaps some background information below. Might help others prepare.
 
=== In Person ===
 
 
 
* Richard Prestage (richard.prestage _at_ gmail.com). Research Assistant Professor, WVU. [http://opensourceradiotelescopes.org Open Source Radio Telescopes Project].
 
=== Remotely ===
 
  
 
* Ellie White (white728 _at_ marshall.edu). Physics / electrical engineering student at Marshall University. Also involved in [http://opensourceradiotelescopes.org Open Source Radio Telescopes].
 
* Ellie White (white728 _at_ marshall.edu). Physics / electrical engineering student at Marshall University. Also involved in [http://opensourceradiotelescopes.org Open Source Radio Telescopes].

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