We’re gathering instructors, building content, and launching RISC-V Learn Online courses to cover many topics from initial introductory learning on RISC-V through to deep dives on specific areas of interest.
Interested in submitting content?
RISC-V is looking for universities, individuals, and companies to develop RISC-V online course content. RISC-V International provides support, production, and promotion to ensure high caliber learning and promotion to millions of engineers globally. If you are interested in authoring a course, please fill out this form or email email@example.com with your interest, questions, and course information.
Developing a RISC-V Learn course is a fantastic opportunity to build your teaching credentials and professional experience, and for universities and companies to build their leadership within the RISC-V community. We encourage engineers and instructors with RISC-V teaching experience to contribute to the RISC-V Learn Online program.
Based on survey results, the RISC-V community is interested in courses on the following topics:
- Bare Metal & Real-time OS on RISC-V
- Compliance & Verification
- Debug & Trace
- Formal Specification
- Physical Memory Protection
- The RISC-V Memory Model
- RISC-V Toolchain & Kernel Development
If you have additional course ideas or content, please let us know!
Course development guidelines and expectations for course authors/instructors:
- Each course should take about 10 hours for the learner to complete. We expect courses to be roughly 20,000 words.
- Please submit information including a written title, subject overview, and table of contents.
- Provide a timeline of when you expect the course to be finalized and course content outline: written content, videos planned, with relative quizzes (required for edX) that give the individual a proven understanding of the content learned. Labs are possible but please reach out to us for further details on how to incorporate labs into your training.
- Once approved, the Linux Foundation team will reach out to discuss your course’s timeline and provide guidance. The instructor, Linux Foundation, and RISC-V International will work together using Google docs to add comments and questions pertaining to the course content.
- The Linux Foundation training team and RISC-V International will work with you along the way to ensure any questions are answered and that content is relevant.