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- FINAL EXAM PERIOD: 5:00-7:30 p.m. on Monday. Starts at 5 p.m.
in Wright 105. I give an exam from 3-5 in Wright 105, which
might last for some of the students until 4:50 p.m.
- Handout #1 from April 22nd: Ghostbusters and
problem solving. I will try to tape some of these to my office door
very soon, in case you missed class when they were handed out.
- Handout #2 from April 22nd: Ghostbusters and
waggle dancing bees and the importance of the word
CHOOSE in problem solving. Direction, distance and desirability.
- Here is an animation of some Ghostbusters
scenes. There are about 12 different scenes, but be patient. It will
be a minute or two before these scenes can be seen.
Email about EXPLORE problem in Wright Labs
and the DOG.BMP file for the Paint or PhotoShop program.
Instructions for getting it done.
The actual graphic file for the EXPLORE for Photo
Editing lab DOG.BMP file,
which does not seem to load when working in our Wright Hall labs,
but does work from your CD-ROM.
April 22nd and April 15th due
date CD-ROM labs on Multimedia, Photo Editing, Building a Network
and Data Representation.
Networking Terms and Concepts
This LAN is YOUR LAN
Assignment due on April 8th and
summary of April Fools day class. See the following PowerPoint
Your PowerPoint assignment should be done before May 1st.
It must be published to the web, and linked to from your web page.
Scanners: How they work, what to look for?
HOMEWORK FOR APRIL 1st: Assignments
that are due on Monday, April 1st.
You received this by email:
QUIZ #2 STUDY GUIDE, Monday, March
Your homepage.html and page2.html
assignment is now here. It will
be due before spring break, by Friday, March 15th.
Your web page assignment is ready now, as of Tuesday, February 19th.
The web pages (page2.html and homepage.html)
will be due on or before Friday, March 15th. Consult the web help page for ideas and many resources
on how to work on your web assignment.
You received this by email:
questions ASSIGNMENT due BEFORE the Monday evening 02/25 class,
to be sent via email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
by 5 p.m. on 02/25.
PhotoShop command button handout, in case
you don't have
QUIZ ON MONDAY February 18th: Quiz #1
study guide - outline - practice questions is now ready.
exercise from February 11th class.
Textbooks CD-ROM Spreadsheets lab and the Databases lab.
Pages 153-154 of the textbook. Do the STEPS and do the EXPLORES
for both of the labs.
Assignment #2: Textbooks CD-ROM
Defragmentation lab, CPU Simulator lab and Troubleshooting lab
5:30 p.m. Monday in Wright 105 classroom
7:00 p.m. Monday in Wright Wright 112 lab. Lab at 6:45ish or 7ish, not 7,
usually, not always.
Read about how to USE and how to PRINT the
CD-ROM Labs, if you want
to do the work in the Wright Hall labs instead of elsewhere.
Twenty-seven delicious choices: See the Labs pull-down menu
Note: You do NOT need to have your CD-ROM with you to work in
Assignment #1: Two
to do the
STEPS for. Due date: Monday, January 28th, 2002 (Note: Since we
meet just once per week, I will be flexibile on this due date,
if you can't see me for help until just
before or after class on 1/28.)
- Web Authoring & HTML CD-ROM
- Binary Numbers CD-ROM lab
(See also the Monday, January 14th
See that handout for base 8 Octal, base 16 Hexadecimal as well
as base 2 binary)
NOTE: This web page has BGCOLOR=AA99B7, so
RED is AA and
GREEN is 99 and
BLUE is B7. We
will cover the base 16 RGB
Color concepts further on Wednesday in class. It will come up
again as we learn about PhotoShop and computer graphics
and video display concepts as well. RGB means RedGreenBlue.
Preview of hands-on lab, the
Monday, January 14th lab class.
You can see
the pico editor window, with the HTML code for your practice web page
in the pico editor window.
The name of the file is index.html and
it was saved in your web folder. (Note: TENTATIVE PLAN)
Read Chapter 8 The Internet To be covered in week #3 (2nd class)
Then read Chapter 1 Using Computers: Essential Concepts
We should start this during week #3 (class #2), if we finish chapter
- How the Internet Works
- The Versatile Web Browser
- Web Authoring and Site Management
Web Authoring & HTML goes with this
1st two classes (01/14 and 01/28) summary/preview, showing your
1st web page HTML, which was part of
It has a link to the UNI home page. Also
shown, is how to do your first numbered list. Lists have either bullets
- How to use
pico editor on chaos.cns.uni.edu.
The pico name stands for pine composer, which
means that pico is the pine email editor or composer for the
sending and replying commands.
that are most commonly used.
We have used ls, ls -l, cd web, mkdir web, finger, who, w,
logout, etc. Read this page to learn more about the commands.
The 810:021 Spring/Summer 1999
Computer Skills and Concepts web page.
The 810:021 Spring 2001 810:021 page.