Risk Analysis Teaching and Learning Submissions Page
Overview: This site will work best if we have a variety of lectures, sample problems, syllabi, links, and other materials. To that end, I invite risk educators and students alike to submit materials.
Guidelines: If you have materials that you would like to post to this site, please e-mail me with a brief description. If the materials are less than 500 kB, e-mail them. If they are bigger than 500k, post them somewhere where I can download them. Consider zipping materials before sending.
Review: All materials posted to this site are subject to prior review. Ideally, you should have your materials reviewed by a colleague, and have that colleague e-mail me with comments. I will review material as I am able to do so. If you wish to be a reviewer, please let me know, and send some information about yourself. Syllabi will be posted without review.
Attribution: Materials submitted to this site should meet normal academic standards for attribution. An effective and appropriate approach to teaching risk analysis is to dissect and recreate work done by others. In all cases, you should reference your source materials completely.
Copyright: If you create it, you own the copyright to it. You need not register it in any way. I suggest that you embed a copyright symbol and year in your submitted materials, along with contact information for people who wish to use them for purposes other than as part of standard curricula at accredited academic institutions.
Contact me (David M. Hassenzahl, Ph.D.)
Department of Environmental
University of Nevada, Las
Modified March 15, 2002 dmh