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Sat, 6 Jun 2020 15:13:19 +0000
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Brian Douglas is working on a resource website for process control as discussed during the recent CAST webinar: https://youtu.be/057Ev6cKLwE?t=844
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It has evolved a bit more since that time, but he is going back and forth on a few features that to benefit academic professionals (or if they'd even use it at all).  He  created a short survey that will help him get a better handle on how professors currently find and share resources for their students and for themselves.  Please consider taking a few minutes to fill out this survey for Brian so that he could get your perspective.
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfNsr5oT3QOwo6RImjpBBBtlZiqkDTMB4xxUmkJldw-_dHgkQ/viewform
As many of you know, there is the CACHE web-site for teaching process control in Chemical Engineering: https://cache.org/teaching-resources-center/process-control  We look forward to the additional web-site that Brian is creating, especially as he collects resources across other disciplines.
Best regards,

John Hedengren
Associate Professor
Brigham Young University
https://machinelearning.byu.edu


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