Request Access to Educator-Only Materials

Use this form to verify your SERC account belongs to an educator so that you may access educator-only materials available on the Teaching Computation in the Sciences using MATLAB website.

You must login to a SERC account before filling out this form; creating a new account if you don't have one already.

If the name and email address fields below weren't automatically filled in when you loaded this page then you are are not logged in and your request for access will be denied, as there will be no account to which we could provide access.

So that we can verify that private materials are only given to actual educators please:
  • briefly describe your role as an educator (e.g. I am an assistant professor who teaches our department's introductory environmental science course)
  • provide a url for an institutional web page that we can use to verify that you are an educator: e.g. a departmental bio, staff directory, lab home page. If possible this page should include the email address associated with your SERC account.

We're interested in learning more about how you use (or decide not to use) MATLAB materials. We'd like to send you a follow-up email in the future with a question or two about your experience. Would you be willing to receive a follow-up email?

To ensure the long-term utility of these materials please do not redistribute them to anyone else--even other faculty members. Once the materials have passed through several hands it becomes dramatically more likely that they will end up in public circulation since a faculty member who receives them 3rd (or 4th) hand may not even be aware of their origin and the motivation to keep them private.

By submitting this form you agree to use the materials you're given access to only for your own personal use in your classes. You will not share copies with students, other faculty or others. If you use the materials in a test setting with students you will make reasonable efforts to ensure students don't have any easy mechanism for making copies and redistributing the materials.