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January 14, 2017

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Kevin R O'Brien

Will the teaching materials be made available to other Bridge teachers for use in other Bridge education settings?

Trevor Ames

Why is it being restricted to Honours Students? That seems like a selective way to go about teaching a new generation of people this fine game.

Peg

Trevor - I don't know the answer to your question.

Perhaps one of the professors can answer for us?

Paul Gutterman

Matt is now the head of the honors program which gave us the ability to attract a lot of students which made this endeavor feasible. We tried it a couple of years ago for the general University population and didn't get anyone. Honor students have to sign up for various things. The goal is to start a bridge club with interested students who take the course this term that would be open to all U students.

The teaching materials are through the ACBL with our own unique twists (most which are TBD!).

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