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MERLOT II


    

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Information Technology Classics

by Ryan Ballas
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Description:
This is a collection of the Information Technology winners from 2003 to 2011.

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1.

IP Addressing and Subnetting


Added 06/04/2014
This combined audio and Power Point presentation introduces students to binary math and how to decipher IP addresses. The highly adaptable site is divided in several modules, which takes the user through the steps of subnetting, from the easy to difficult levels of the process. College students who have some background in data communications and networking are the target student population for these learning materials, but the topic is organized so that students with no background can grasp the concept.
2.

Web Tutorials: XHTML, DHTML, ASP.NET, JavaScript


Added 06/04/2014
This site provides a set of extensive Web development tutorials on these 8 subjects: XHMTL/CSS, JavaScript/DHTML, ASP.NET1.1, ASP.NET2.0, ASP, PHP5, VB.NET, and XML. Each tutorial is composed of between 20 to 100 documents organized into appropriate subtopics. They might, in fact, be thought of as eight online textbooks. Interesting examples of code and their results are demonstrated. The student is further engaged by the presence of interactive elements sprinkled generously throughout the documents giving students an opportunity to see the results of code samples and to experiment with different property values. The ease of navigation, interactive elements, and linked references all provide advantages of this format as compared to a textbook covering the same material.
3.

Camtasia Tutorial


Added 06/04/2014
This learning material is a step-by-step tutorial for learning how to use Camtasia. The material is animated and the audio provides clear, easy instructions on how to use Camtasia. The Information Technology Editorial Board selected this site because of the ease of use, the ability to select certain portions of the tutorial and for the outstanding graphics provided.
4.

Linux Survival


Added 06/04/2014
This tutorial is a series of interactive and engaging modules on learning the basics of working in a Linux environment. The users have an option of either going through these modules in a Windows or Solaris OS or Linux. The modules are intended for a varied audience of Linux novice users(high school students, college students, or professionals). The website itself (including the non module components) is up to date and the author provides an option of signing up for a mailing list when new modules are added. It is helpful for the users to have a general knowledge of Windows, however, very basic familiarity is sufficient.
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