- Teach Parallel
- HPC University
- ACM TechPack - Parallel Computing
- Intel® Manycore Testing Lab
- EAPF Development Wiki
Professor Tom Murphy of Contra Costa College and Paul Steinberg of the Intel Academic Community meet twice a month to discuss topics regarding multi-core, concurrency, and parallelism within the Computer Science curriculum.
Ensemble is a new NSF NSDL Pathways project working to establish a national, distributed digital library for computing education.
The HPC University is a virtual organization whose primary goal is to provide an on-line environment to share educational materials for high performance computing.
The Computational Science Education Reference Desk (CSERD) is a Pathways portal of the National Science Digital Library and funded by the National Science Foundation. CSERD aims to help students learn about computational science and to help faculty and teachers incorporate it into the classroom.
The Parallelism Tech Pack Working group (PTPWG) is chartered to define, edit and curate an instance of the ACM Tech Pack series on the subject of Parallelism. This Parallelism Tech Pack will be an open service to the community, focusing on highlighting content and discussions relevant for the Parallel/Multicore/Manycore ecosystem. This explicitly means there may be pathways to fee or membership based material, as well as openly hosted content and courseware. The PTPWG will look at the definitions, create the gap analysis, survey existing content, and define a content framework for the various client definitions. Audiences within the ecosystem include at least professional practitioners, undergraduate and graduate faculty, and undergraduate and graduate students.
Create scalable course materials and provide your students remote access to an advanced development environment with the Intel® Manycore Testing Lab.