ITEC3100

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Fall 2011

Group1: Baekey, Jason; Barber,Austin; Dinu,Dennis; Handach,Theo
Group2: Kalath,Ruben; Larebo,Amanuel; Lawson,Douglas ; McCulloch,Regina
Group4: McKinnes,Richard; Mullins,Burley; Nhan,Hoang; Nieves,Ihklas
Group5: Patel.Pratik; Suica,Joseph; Toczko,Joshua
Group6: Watkins,Michael; Whiteside, Joshua; Ybarra,Lori

Ch13 Key Terms

Ch15 Key Terms

Below are from the previous classes.

Lesson 1 goals: an introduction to networks and networking concepts.

Students learn about the fundamental reasons for networking, as well as how to identify essential network components. They also learn to compare different types of networks. Students learn about servers, their role, and the types of servers that are available. Finally, students will be able to apply their knowledge when selecting an appropriate network type.


Objectives

 •	Describe the fundamental reasons for networking
 •	Identify essential network components
 •	Compare different types of networks
 •	Understand the role of a server and describe types of servers
 •	Apply knowledge when selecting a network type


Lesson 2 goals:

Students begin by learning about the basics of a network layout and about the standard networking topologies, as well as variations on these topologies. Next, they learn about the role of hubs and switches in a network topology. Finally, at the end of the chapter, students will be able to construct a basic network layout.


Objectives

• Explain the basics of a network layout
• Describe the standard networking topologies
• Explain the variations on standard networking topologies
• Describe the role of hubs and switches in a network topology
• Construct a basic network layout


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