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#1 bshavers

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Posted 23 April 2014 - 03:01 PM

Do you teach cybercrime/forensics and use “Placing the Suspect Behind the Keyboard“?  Maybe you are considering using this book in your course?  How would you like to have ready-made PowerPoints for the chapters with additional student materials to go along with the book in your course?  psbk-e1395710807820.jpg?w=700

I have had a few people tell me that this book is being used in their classes, but can’t recall all of the colleges.  If you have used this book in a class, send me the instructor’s name or have the instructor contact me so I can pass along information on materials for the class.

I will be starting on the materials now and will give access to any instructors that want to lend a hand and get early drafts for use right away.  The materials will be freely available for instructors to use and modify in their coursework.  As someone that has taught forensics for a few years, it is very very helpful to have class materials available rather than reinventing the wheel every class…


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