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Cisco Networking Academy Program IT Essentials I: PC Hardware and Software Engineering Journal and Workbook (refer to later edition - isbn 1587131374)

by: Cisco Systems, Inc. Cisco Networking Academy Program

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Publisher: CISCO PRESS,2003/01/30

Category: CISCO CERTIFICATION Level: B/I/

ISBN: 1587130939
ISBN13: 9781587130939

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Summary


      Official journal and workbook for the new IT Essentials I PC Hardware and Software course through the Cisco Networking Academy Program.


  Complements and corresponds to the Web-based course

Prepares Networking Academy students for CompTIA's A+ exam

Can be used as a prerequisite to the CCNA curricula through the Networking Academy

The IT Essentials I: PC Hardware and Software Web-based course was launched in Fall 2002. The journal will prepare students for the CompTIA A+ certification exam. The exam measures essential competencies for a break/fix microcomputer hardware service technician with six months of on-the-job experience. The examinee must demonstrate knowledge to properly install, configure, upgrade, troubleshoot and repair microcomputer hardware. This includes basic knowledge of desktop and portable systems, basic networking concepts, and printers. The examinee must also demonstrate knowledge of safety and common preventive maintenance procedures. Topics covered in this title will match the following A+ certification topics: installation, configuration and upgrading, diagnosing and troubleshooting, safety and preventive maintenance, motherboard/processors/memory, printers, portable systems, basic networking, and customer satisfaction.


  The Engineering Journal and Workbook is aligned to the Web-based course. The journal includes real-world examples, review questions, and sample questions to help prepare for the A+ exam.


  The Cisco Systems Worldwide Education curriculum development team in Phoenix is the developer of the Cisco Networking Academy Program online curriculum, and is the co-developer of this book, with Aries Technology, Inc. Aries is a multimedia curriculum developement company located in Tempe, Arizona who has been working with WWE in developing the online curriculum. Aries education products and information can be viewed at www.aries.net.


          Features


      Cisco-endorsed for Classroom Use--Only Cisco-recommended print classroom Engineering for the IT Essentials I, PC and Hardware.

Provides the instructor and the student with the confidence that the same individuals who developed the Web-based course have reviewed and recommended the text from Cisco Press.

Author Created Web-based Course--Created by the author of the IT Essentials I, PC and Hardware course.

Provides the instructor and the student with the confidence that the same individuals who developed the Web-based curriculum have reviewed and recommended the text from Cisco Press.

Developed to mirror the Web-based Course--Maps to the current version of the Web- based course.

Provides the student and the instructor with an integrated textbook companion to strengthen classroom learning.

Accompanying CD-ROM--Includes instructor videos, animations, simulations, and additional lab activities and practice questions for the A+ exam.

Builds upon the classroom and Web-based learning experience providing the student with additional hands-on electronic activities.


      Author Bio


      The Cisco Systems Worldwide Education curriculum development team in Phoenix is the developer of the Cisco Networking Academy Program online curriculum, and is the co-developer of this book, with Aries Technology, Inc. Aries is a multimedia curriculum developement company located in Tempe, Arizona who has been working with WWE in developing the online curriculum. Aries education products and information can be viewed at www.aries.net.


      

Table of Contents

Introduction.

Lab 1. Information Technology Basics.

Lab 2. How Computers Work.

Lab 3. Computer Assembly.

Lab 4. Operating System Fundamentals.

Lab 5. Windows 9x Operating Systems.

Lab 6. PC Multimedia.

Lab 7. Windows NT/2000/XP Operating Systems.

Lab 8. Advanced Hardware Fundamentals for Servers.

Lab 9. Networking Fundamentals.

Lab 10. Printers.

Lab 11. Preventive Maintenance.

Lab 12. Troubleshooting Hardware.

Lab 13. Troubleshooting Software.

Appendix A. Answers to A+ Exam Review Questions.

Appendix B. Math for the Digital Age.

Appendix C. Safety Requirements and Organization.