[cochiselinux] Cochise College Summer Linux Courses

  • From: "Prevett, Larry" <Prevettl@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <cochiselinux@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 17:13:41 -0700

Here are the courses that are being offered at Cochise College this
summer. Summer registration goes through April 9-May 11, May 17-27.
If you are interested in any of these courses, please sign up early
since space is limited. We are hoping that some folks from Phoenix
will be coming down to get out of the heat in July for the two-week
courses.
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8 Week courses, June 7-July 29
These two courses are running back-to-back on Tue and Thu,
so you can take one or both courses. (Dick Sears - these
courses might be useful for helping members of your group with
the RH Enterprise software.)
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MAT 192A - Installing and Using Linux (2 credits)
CRN 20296, SEC 97, TR 4-6pm, SV Campus, S-MATH/1, Jeff Denton
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MAT 192B - Linux and Internet Security (2 credits)
CRN 20297, SEC 97, TR 6-8pm, SV Campus, S-MATH/1, Jeff Denton
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(please note the MAT prefix and the CRN when registering.)
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Special Two Week Block of Courses for Scientific Computing Similar to
192A,B but shorter and with an emphasis for setting up scientific
workstations (especially for Bioinformatics.) These courses look good
on resumes and are useful for teachers who need professional
development credit or for CIS/Math/Science majors who want to be more
competitive for scholarships.
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MAT 192C Bioinformatics Workstations I (.5 credit)
CRN 30039, SEC 50, MTWR 8am-10am, 7/12-7/15, SV Campus, TBA-SV, staff

MAT 192D Bioinformatics Workstations II (.5 credit)
CRN 30043, SEC 50, MTWR 8am-10am, 7/19-7/22, SV Campus, TBA-SV, staff
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MAT 192E Linux and Internet Security I (.5 credit)
CRN 30042, SEC 50, MTWR 3pm-5pm, 7/12-7/15, SV Campus, TBA-SV, staff
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MAT 192F Linux and Internet Security II (.5 credit)
CRN 30046, SEC 50, MTWR 3pm-5pm, 7/19-7/22, SV Campus, TBA-SV, staff
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BIO 192A - Introduction to Bioinformatics I (.5 credit)
CRN 30040, SEC 50, MTWR  10am-12pm, 7/12-7/15, SV Campus, TBA-SV, staff
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BIO 192B - Introduction to Bioinformatics II (.5 credit)
CRN 30044, SEC 50, MTWR  10am-12pm, 7/19-7/22, SV Campus, TBA-SV, staff
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BIO 192C - Perl Scripting for Bioinformatics I (.5 credit)
CRN 30041, SEC 50, MTWR  1pm-3pm, 7/12-7/15, SV Campus, TBA-SV, staff
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BIO 192D - Perl Scripting for Bioinformatics II (.5 credit)
CRN 30045, SEC 50, MTWR  1pm-3pm, 7/19-7/22, SV Campus, TBA-SV, staff
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Other Fun Special Courses
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Field Trips w/ Digital Cameras
There are also some 1-day field trips scheduled where people will
be shown how to upload pictures from digital cameras to public
animal and plant databases where they can appear in simple web pages.
The graphics tools and the databases will also involve Linux.
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BIO 192E - Field Trip, San Pedro River, (.5 credit)
CRN 20299, SEC 80, Sat  8am-4pm, 6/19, SV Campus, S-MATH/1, staff

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BIO 192F - Field Trip, Ramsey Canyon, (.5 credit)
CRN 20300, SEC 80, Sat  8am-4pm, 6/26, SV Campus, S-MATH/1, staff
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BIO 192G - Field Trip, Chiricahua Mountains, (.5 credit)
CRN 30038, SEC 50, Fri  8am-4pm, 7/16, SV Campus, S-MATH/1, staff
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BIO 192H - Field Trip, Huachuca Mountains, (.5 credit)
CRN 30047, SEC 50, Sat  8am-4pm, 7/17, SV Campus, S-MATH/1, staff
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GLG 192A - Field Trip, Chiricahua National Monument, (.5 credit)
CRN 20301, SEC 80, Fri  7am-4pm, 6/18, SV Campus, S-MATH/1, staff
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GLG 192B - Field Trip, Cochise County Road Cuts, (.5 credit)
CRN 20302, SEC 80, Fri  8am-4pm, 6/25, SV Campus, S-MATH/1, staff
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MAT 192G - WWW Interactive Mathematics Server (WIMS) (.5 credit)
CRN: 20298, SEC 85, Fri 6/11/2004, Sat 6/12/2004, SV Campus, L. Prevett
This course is primarly designed for teachers, but anyone interested
can sign up and participate.
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I should also mention that the CIS dept. is offering several
Unix courses this summer, regular and online, that pertain
to Linux: Unix, Unix Shell Scripting, Perl Scripting, etc.
There are also hints of a PHP scripting course in the works.
(George - any info about that yet?)
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