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    By: Ken Kennedy Institute for Information Technology

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    By: Jan E. Odegard

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2008-'09 Open Education Cup: High Performance Computing

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Summary: This collection provides an overview of the 2008-'09 Open Education Cup competition. Contest rules, author resources, and example content are provided. This competition is intended to encourage development of original educational content in the field of parallel computing, with cash prizes awarded to contest winners. Selected modules will be included as part of a new collection available through Connexions.

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This collection contains: Modules by: Amy Kavalewitz, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D., Bart Sinclair, Charles Koelbel, Connexions, Elizabeth Gregory, Jan E. Odegard, Susan Dean.

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