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== Learning by Doing ==
 
== Learning by Doing ==
  
Most of the learning in this course occurs through '''classroom instruction''' <u>and</u> completion of '''2 major online labs''' (each consisting of multiple sections/topics).
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Most of the learning in this course occurs through '''classroom instruction''' <u>and</u> completion of '''4 major online assignments''' (each consisting of multiple sections/topics).
  
 
Requirements for Success:
 
Requirements for Success:
  
:* It is very important to stay up-to-date with the coursework, and to practice until you have confidently mastered each task.
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:* It is important to stay up-to-date with course work, and to practice until you confidently mastered each task.
  
:* All of the software used in this course is ''open source'' software, so you are free to use, modify, and redistribute it. This means that you can install it as many times as you want on as many different computers as you would like. It also means that you can tinker with it -- you can take it apart, see how it works, and put it back together in the same or a different way, limited only by your time and ambition. You are encouraged to experiment and question liberally.
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:* All software used in this course is ''open source software'', meaning you are free to use, modify, and redistribute any changes you make. In addition, this also means you can install it as many times as you want on as many different computers as you would like. It also means you can tinker with it -- you can take it apart, see how it works, and put it back together in the same or a different way, limited only by your time and ambition. You are encouraged to experiment and ask for help should you get stuck.
  
:* The notes that you make during the labs and assignments are your reference material for the quizzes, tests, and assignments. Take really good notes, and if you have questions, experiment and consult with your professor.
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:* The notes you make when learning ULI101 during your classroom labs and when doing assignments will help you prepare for quizzes, midterm, and the final exam. Be sure to write down what you learned, and if you have questions, experiment and consult your professor.
  
 
:* Carefully read ALL lab instructions and check your work regularly. The labs have been designed with backup safeguards to prevent the student from losing their work.
 
:* Carefully read ALL lab instructions and check your work regularly. The labs have been designed with backup safeguards to prevent the student from losing their work.
 
 
  
 
== Course Resources ==
 
== Course Resources ==
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* [[ULI101 Weekly Schedule |ULI101 Weekly Schedule]] (Course Notes / Labs)
 
* [[ULI101 Weekly Schedule |ULI101 Weekly Schedule]] (Course Notes / Labs)
 
* [https://scs.senecac.on.ca/course/uli101 Course Outline]
 
* [https://scs.senecac.on.ca/course/uli101 Course Outline]
* Additional Resources:
 
::* [https://scs.senecac.on.ca/~les.czegel/ULI101/resources/resources.html Tools / Linux Distributions]
 
 
  
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= Course Faculty =
 
= Course Faculty =
 
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|During the <b>Fall 2017 semester</b>, ULI101 is taught by:
 
 
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|[[Image:kent.png|thumb|left|325px|<b>Kent Poots</b><br />Sections '''A''' & '''B'''<br />kent.poots.seneca@gmail.com<br />[http://www.drivehq.com/sharing/ShareLogon.aspx?key=10226970/l90aboda8mq8 Kent's class materials] ]]
 
|[[Image:kent.png|thumb|left|325px|<b>Kent Poots</b><br />Sections '''A''' & '''B'''<br />kent.poots.seneca@gmail.com<br />[http://www.drivehq.com/sharing/ShareLogon.aspx?key=10226970/l90aboda8mq8 Kent's class materials] ]]
 
|[[Image:hans.jpg|thumb|left|175px|<b>Hans Heim</b><br />Sections '''C''' , '''D''' &amp; '''E'''<br />  hkheim@myseneca.ca<br /> ]]
 
|[[Image:hans.jpg|thumb|left|175px|<b>Hans Heim</b><br />Sections '''C''' , '''D''' &amp; '''E'''<br />  hkheim@myseneca.ca<br /> ]]
 
|[[Image:murraysaul.jpg|thumb|left|225px|<b>Murray Saul</b><br />Sections '''F''' &amp; '''G''' <br />murray.saul@senecacollege.ca<br />[http://murraysaul.wordpress.com/ops235-notes/ Murray's class materials] ]]
 
|[[Image:murraysaul.jpg|thumb|left|225px|<b>Murray Saul</b><br />Sections '''F''' &amp; '''G''' <br />murray.saul@senecacollege.ca<br />[http://murraysaul.wordpress.com/ops235-notes/ Murray's class materials] ]]
 
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Slowly moving existing ULI101 course content to wiki.
 
 
 
<!-- previous instructors: (in case they teach in a future semester[[Image:andrew.jpg|thumb|left|185px|<b>Andrew Smith</b><br />Sections '''B''' , '''C''' , '''D''' <br />andrew.smith@senecacollege.ca]]- ->
 

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Welcome to ULI101 - Introduction to Unix / Linux & The Internet

What This Course is About

This subject introduces students to Unix, Linux and the Internet:

  • Students will learn to be proficient on the command line.
  • Students will do this work in Unix and Linux environments, at the same time learning to configure their login accounts, manipulate data stored in files, effectively use Unix commands and utilities, and write simple shell scripts.

Learning by Doing

Most of the learning in this course occurs through classroom instruction and completion of 4 major online assignments (each consisting of multiple sections/topics).

Requirements for Success:

  • It is important to stay up-to-date with course work, and to practice until you confidently mastered each task.
  • All software used in this course is open source software, meaning you are free to use, modify, and redistribute any changes you make. In addition, this also means you can install it as many times as you want on as many different computers as you would like. It also means you can tinker with it -- you can take it apart, see how it works, and put it back together in the same or a different way, limited only by your time and ambition. You are encouraged to experiment and ask for help should you get stuck.
  • The notes you make when learning ULI101 during your classroom labs and when doing assignments will help you prepare for quizzes, midterm, and the final exam. Be sure to write down what you learned, and if you have questions, experiment and consult your professor.
  • Carefully read ALL lab instructions and check your work regularly. The labs have been designed with backup safeguards to prevent the student from losing their work.

Course Resources

Updates

Slowly moving existing ULI101 course content to wiki.