Updated: 2013-05-08 21:01 EDT

1 Readings, Assignments, Labs, and ToDo

3 From the Internet - Education in 2013

Educational Experiences and Materials for the “Google World”: The Internet changes everything, including education. When students have access to the same information we have as instructors, it calls into question the nature of our classes and educational experiences, and the instructional materials we provide. https://tle.wisc.edu/tleblogs/ambrower/call-proposals-education-future

4 Learning the Trade

5 Install LibreOffice or OpenOffice into Windows

When you have your Windows base system Installed (in your Desktop Operating Systems course), go to URL http://cstech/ on campus (NOT the open Internet, because it would be too slow) and download LibreOffice (or OpenOffice) for Windows and install it on your base Windows system, so that Windows can read and print the Open Office lab documents used in this course. To find the software on CSTECH, click any room in the left side-bar and look under Drivers and Downloads.

6 From the Classroom Whiteboard/Chalkboard

An assignment isn’t like a job. It’s a completely artificial setup. But so is an elliptical trainer. No one criticizes gym equipment because it doesn’t mirror real-world situations. - Prabhakar Ragde

6.1 Remote Access to Course Linux Server

Your initial course work will be done by remote login to a Course Linux Server machine. You will connect to this machine using some form of free SSH terminal program, such as:

See the connection information here: Course Linux Server

Take Notes in Class

Take Notes in Class

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