[NBLUG/talk] SRJC Spring Intro to UNIX & Linux

Todd Cary todd at aristesoftware.com
Sat Jan 13 20:01:51 PST 2007

Eric -

I wish there were enough people so that a class could be held at the 
Petaluma campus.


Eric Skagerberg wrote:
> The SRJC Spring semester starts next week, so now's the time to sign up for classes, if you haven't already.
> If you're fairly new to the Linux or UNIX command line, or you know someone who is, then here's a new announcement for Spring's Thursday evening Introduction to UNIX & Linux course:
> ======================
> Would you like deeper control of your Linux or Mac OS X computer?  Each is based on a variety of the UNIX operating system, and you can learn the UNIX command line this Spring in the Thursday evening "Introduction to UNIX" class at SRJC.
> Learn to use powerful application and utility programs available only from the UNIX command line, in a course that combines both hands-on and online instruction.  And because the grading is based only on online exercises and tests, attendance won't affect your grade -- although, of course, students do best attending as many class sessions as possible.
> The details:
> CIS 50.71 Introduction to UNIX, section 6851
> with instructor Eric Skagerberg
> Thursdays 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. (lecture usually 6:00 - 8:00, followed by lab time), 17 sessions, Jan. 18 to May 17
> SRJC's Santa Rosa campus, Maggini 2926 (Third floor)
> New this semester:  Online reading assignments, and no required textbooks.
> Take advantage of this semester's reduced rate of $20 per unit (down from $26).  This 3-unit course totals only $60 for 17 sessions, plus a $13 per-semester health fee.
> For the complete SRJC Fee Schedule:
> http://www.santarosa.edu/app/fees-payments-deadlines/fees-schedule/
> See "Introduction to UNIX & Linux" at:  http://www.santarosa.edu/cis/eric
> (... and stay tuned for Spring revisions!)
> Online registration is open now:
> https://www.santarosa.edu/app/registration-weblink/ 
> The Thursday evening course has a great hands-on, in-person lecture format.  But if you're already enrolled in another Thursday night SRJC course, you can still sign up for an online-only section (5307), taught by Gary Brown, which uses the same exercises and tests.
> CIS 50.71 Introduction to UNIX is part of SRJC's Computer Science A.S. degree, the Microcomputer Systems Database User certificate, the PC Specialist certificate, and several Web Site Development certificates.
> Please feel free to write or call if you have any questions.
> Best wishes,
> Eric Skagerberg
> Computer & Information Sciences Department
> Santa Rosa Junior College
> http://www.santarosa.edu/cis/eric 
> 707-573-1460 
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