Site Usage Guide

The Teaching Resource Section of EES has been built with ease of navigation foremost in mind. We believe that if you can't access it easily, there is no use of having information available. Thus, at the risk of alienating users which are using Netscape Navigator 2.x and Internet Explorer 3.x or older, we have added some cutting-edge navigation functionality. We also apologize to those who are using 28.8kbps or slower connections.

Each page on the site comes with a standard toolbar on the left. This is the primary navigation tool. The site is divided into many sections. The TR section icon at the top left corner leads to the first page on the TR section. Objectives lists the ideas that motivated the creation of this site. The Search TR button takes you to an internal search page, where you can look for specific information within the website. And the Feedback button is self-explanatory; you can contact EES via email or use the form to tell us a bit about yourself, and what you think of EES. We encourage you to send us feedback at least once; this is our primary means of improving EES.

The Course Materials Section is the heart of the section, as you may well have guessed. The Full Courses page serves as an index to the information we have collected and placed on this website, sorted by course titles. Syllabi, Readings and Exercises sections classify this information for easier access, with Miscellaneous section holding lectures, audio-visual and interactive resources etc. 

The Book section consists of links to and reviews of related texts and how to find some of them using online retailers; we strongly encourage you to write even two lines about the books you have come across or used so that others can share your experience.

Finally, the Links to Related Sites section is a small glossary of Internet sites we found interesting or which were recommended by our contributors.

If you see the icon PDF format filenext to a link, it means that that particular source is in the PDF format. PDF is a popular way to store and share documents. Adobe™, the owners of this format, offer a free reader plug-in for all popular browsers running on Windows™, Macintosh™ and Unix computers. If the link you want to access doesn't pull up, you can try clicking on the icon below and it will lead you to Adobe's site, where you can download the Acrobat Reader™.  As a matter of principle, we don't keep the PDF files on EES but link to their original site, unless they are not available online. This will allow you to view the latest version of the file.

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