An overview of the course from Dr. Jones.
This course will cover the design and implementation of Internet information services using Linux. Students will access a server and learn how to manage and install information services using software tools and hardware platforms representative of those used in education and training.
The course is designed for students with no previous experience in this area and provides a sequence of progress that builds on each section and provides assistance to completing the steps along the way so that by the end of the course, the student using the materials can startup, build, and maintain a Linux-based server providing information to the Internet.
Course Materials were created by Dr. Greg Jones, Dept of Learning Technologies.
The instructor will use the department's moodle system to communicate information to students throughout the class. It is your responsibility to read discussions on the course forums. Contact the instructor if you have problems. The moodle section might not be available until the first day of the course.
Please complete the Student Information Sheet for Learning Technologies.
The instructor will schedule online sessions as needed during the course. The course will be using Adobe Connect Pro and there is a short tutorial available on its use. Meetings are optional, but highly recommend with such a short semester. Recording of the meetings will be made available when possible.
See your course on the moodle for the times and dates of online meetings.