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  • This is Part Two of the Computer Technology Series.

    This class is designed to follow Exploring Computer Hardware. In this class we look at the Start-up Process of the computer, and all of the software involved. We see how the Hardware and Software interact. We then study the parts of the computer that can begin to cause trouble, and how to avoid that trouble. Finally, we discuss some basic steps on resolving problems that may already be taking place.

    Prerequisite: Exploring Computer Hardware, or a basic understanding of all of the parts that make the computer work.
  • In this class you will learn the fundamentals of how the Internet works. We will cover the basics of the following concepts;
    • What is the Internet / Web / How it is structured.
    • Client / Server model
    • How Internet Addresses work
    • What is FTP, and other protocols
    • What is streaming
    This class provides a foundation for the Internet Development classes, as you begin to understand how your pages will be stored and served.
  • A beginning class on how Web Pages are created. We will take a look 'under the hood' to see the language of the Internet. This class provides a foundation for further study of Web Development.
  • This class is designed to serve as a very basic introduction to the Adobe Flash tool. We start with an explanation of the Flash interface, and cover creating basic animations.
  • A beginning class on how Web Pages are created. We will take a look 'under the hood' to see the language of the Internet. This class provides a foundation for further study of Web Development.
  • Commercial software can be very expensive to purchase. Some people use illegal copies, but in this class we look at the large variety of free software that is available. There are legal, free alternatives to many of the expensive packages out there
  • Ever wonder where all of your files actually end up on your computer? Want to move files from your digital camera, or other portable device, but not sure how the information is stored? Have you ever downloaded something, and then not known where to find it? This class will help you understand how your computer organizes your information, so that you might be able to find what you need.
  • Ever wonder where all of your files actually end up on your computer? Want to move files from your digital camera, or other portable device, but not sure how the information is stored? Have you ever downloaded something, and then not known where to find it? This class will help you understand how your computer organizes your information, so that you might be able to find what you need.
  • Commercial software can be very expensive to purchase. Some people use illegal copies, but in this class we look at the large variety of free software that is available. There are legal, free alternatives to many of the expensive packages out there
  • We will look at how to download Mythbuntu, how to write it to CD, and how to install it to a clean computer. We will then look at how to configure MythTV to use the HD-HomeRun network tuner box.

    Last, given enough time, we may look at some of the web features of MythTV.

  • Network+ Study Guide Question Bank
  • Curious about the
    Apple iPhone and iPad? Heard about Android Phones, but not sure why a
    robot needs a phone? In this class we look at the various options in
    mobile computing, from the 'smartphones' through to tablets,
    netbooks, notebooks, and laptops.


  • This is Part Three of the Computer Technology Series.

    This class
    is designed to follow Basic Computer Maintenance. We build on your knowledge of basic maintenance and general computer operations to discover how to identify the cause of computer problems, and repair them. When you are finished with this class, You should be able to perform basic repairs, or at least communicate better with anyone you may want to have work on your computer.


    Recommended Prerequisite: Basic PC Maintenance class, or a good understanding of the tasks needed to keep a computer running in good condition.

  • This is the first class in the Computer Hardware Technology Series. You will be introduced to the individual parts of the computer (memory, hard drive, processor, expansion cards, etc..). We will discuss how each one works, and exactly what each one does. This will provide a foundation for selecting upgrades to your computer, and for further diagnostic and maintenance classes.

    Prerequisites: None

  • This class is an overview of what the various parts of the Creative Suite are, and what they are used for. It is a chance for students to get a better idea of what parts of the Creative Suite they want to know more about.
  • Summary
  • This is the first class in the Computer Hardware Technology Series. You will be introduced to the individual parts of the computer (memory, hard drive, processor, expansion cards, etc..). We will discuss how each one works, and exactly what each one does. This will provide a foundation for selecting upgrades to your computer, and for further diagnostic and maintenance classes.

    Prerequisites: None
  • This is Part Two of the Computer Technology Series.

    This class is designed to follow Exploring Computer Hardware. In this class we look at the Start-up Process of the computer, and all of the software involved. We see how the Hardware and Software interact. We then study the parts of the computer that can begin to cause trouble, and how to avoid that trouble. Finally, we discuss some basic steps on resolving problems that may already be taking place.

    Prerequisite: Exploring Computer Hardware, or a basic understanding of all of the parts that make the computer work.
  • In this class we will discuss the criteria that you might use when selecting a new computer. There are so many choices in size (netbook, laptop, desktop) and specifications (processor, memory, etc.). Find out the advantages and disadvantages to each of the options, and how to find the one that is right for you.
  • Ever wonder where all of your files actually end up on your computer? Want to move files from your digital camera, or other portable device, but not sure how the information is stored? Have you ever downloaded something, and then not known where to find it? This class will help you understand how your computer organizes your information, so that you might be able to find what you need.
  • Ever wonder where all of your files actually end up on your computer? Want to move files from your digital camera, or other portable device, but not sure how the information is stored? Have you ever downloaded something, and then not known where to find it? This class will help you understand how your computer organizes your information, so that you might be able to find what you need.
  • This is a four week class intended to introduce the Web development tool, Dreamweaver.
  • This is Part Two of the Computer Technology Series.

    This class is designed to follow Exploring Computer Hardware. In this class we look at the Start-up Process of the computer, and all of the software involved. We see how the Hardware and Software interact. We then study the parts of the computer that can begin to cause trouble, and how to avoid that trouble. Finally, we discuss some basic steps on resolving problems that may already be taking place.

    Prerequisite: Exploring Computer Hardware, or a basic understanding of all of the parts that make the computer work.

  • This course is designed to help explain the security risks that being on the Internet can expose you to. We discuss how hackers might try to gain access to your computer, and what types of information you might be putting out there that they can read.

    We will look at the risks involved in shopping and banking online. Most of the time this is safe, and we will look at how to try to be sure your banks and shops are protecting you.

    Finally, we will look at home networks and how to make them more secure. It is becoming popular to use wireless networking in homes now as laptops become more common.

  • This is Part One of the Computer Technology Series.

    You will be introduced to the individual parts of the computer (memory, hard drive, processor, expansion cards, etc..). We will discuss how each one works, and exactly what each one does. This will provide a foundation for selecting upgrades to your computer, and for further diagnostic and maintenance classes.

    Prerequisites: None
  • This course is designed to help explain the security risks that
    being on the Internet can expose you to. We discuss how hackers might
    try to gain access to your computer, and what types of information you
    might be putting out there that they can read.

    We will look at the risks involved in shopping and banking
    online. Most of the time this is safe, and we will look at how to try to
    be sure your banks and shops are protecting you.

    Finally, we will look at home networks and how to make them more
    secure. It is becoming popular to use wireless networking in homes now
    as laptops become more common.


  • This is Part Two of the Computer Technology Series.

    This class is designed to follow Exploring Computer Hardware. In this class we look at the Start-up Process of the computer, and all of the software involved. We see how the Hardware and Software interact. We then study the parts of the computer that can begin to cause trouble, and how to avoid that trouble. Finally, we discuss some basic steps on resolving problems that may already be taking place.

    Prerequisite: Exploring Computer Hardware, or a basic understanding of all of the parts that make the computer work.

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