Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology Course Syllabus Fall 2013

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Oklahoma State University

Institute of Technology

Course Syllabus

Fall

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1
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ITD 2
153 LAN
/WAN Implementation and Support

This is an advanced course on the design, configuration, and maintenance of switches, local
-
area
networks (LANs), and virtual local
-
are
a networks (VLANs). Topics include: LAN configuration,
wide
-
area networks (WANs), advanced routing protocols, and network troubleshooting.

Theory/Lab.

Credit Hours:
3
;

Total hours of theory per semester:
30
; Total hours of lab for the semester:
4
5
.

Prerequ
isite:
ITD 1223



Instructor Name:

Shalon Simmons


Instructor Phone:

(918) 293
-
4786

Office:

Room 15B
,

ET/
IT Building


Instructor email:
shalon.simmons@okstate.edu

Instructor's Office Hours:


Mon
d
ay
and
Wednes
day 3:00pm



4:00pm

CDT

Division Name:
Info
rmation Technologies

Division Phone:

(918) 293
-
5440


REQUIRED TEXT, REFER
ENCES, AND MATERIALS

Texts:


CCNA

Guide

to Cisco Networking
,
Kelly Cannon, Kelly Caudle

and
Anthony

Chiarella
,
Fourth Edition
;

Course Technology
, ISBN 978
-
1
-
4188
-
3705
-
1









Est
imated Cost for Text
s
:








$160
.
0
0


References:


Cisco
course
web site at http://cisco.netacad.net



Materials:


Note
-
tak
ing materials
, USB Drive or

similar capacity storage

device.

Estimated Cost for Materials:

$
2
0.00

Estimated Cost for Uniform:
None







$0.00


Total Estimated Cost:









$
1
80
.
00


COURSE COMPETENCIE
S

(*
D
enotes Core Objectives
)

ASSESSMENT OF COMPET
ENCY

Upon completion of this course, students should

be able to

1.

Support
voice, video, and data
requirements on
networks.


Chapters 1,2
, 3

and
4

Labs and Exams

2.

Configure and troubleshoot Cisco devices usin
g
both the Command Line Interface (CLI) and
Security Device Manager (SDM).

Chapters 5 and 6 Labs and Exams

3.

Configure static routing and default routes on
Cisco Routers
.


Chapter 7 Labs and Exam

4.

Configure
d
istance
-
v
ector and
link
-
s
tate

routing
protocols o
n Cisco Routers.

C
hapter 8 Labs and Exam

5.

Configure D
yna
mic Host Configuration Protocol,
Domain Name Service and Network Address
Translation on Cisco Routers
.

C
hapter 9 Labs and Exam

Access List Workbook


6.

Apply Ethernet switching methods.

Chapter 12 Labs
and Exam


7.

Implement Virtual Local Area Networks
Chapter 13 Labs and Exam

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(VLANs) and set up VLAN Trunk Protocol in a
converged switched network.

8.

Configure Point
-
to
-
Point protocol and Frame
Relay in Cisco routers.

Chapter 11 Labs and Exam

9.

Comply to netwo
rk security guidelines by
implementing
Secure Shell
(SSH) and

Virtual
Private Network
services on Cisco network
devices.

Chapter 10 and 14 Labs and Exams



COURSE ACTIVITIES

In this course students will



Define networks, networking, and digital bandwidth;



Plan strategies for

how to improve LAN performance;



Describe switches and bridges;



Describe spanning
-
tree protocol;



Explain how to plan and implement routing tables;



Describe IP routing protocols;



Recognize IP routing configurations
;



Differentiate between
standard ACLs and extended ACLs;



Explain the named ACLs used with firewall architecture;



Create ACL lists;



Describe WAN frame encapsulation formats;



Summarize PPP session establishment and authentication;



Demonstrate a practical knowledge of

Frame Relay te
rminology and operation;



Evaluate the applications

of Frame Relay sub interfaces and configuration
;



Plan strategies for the implementation of a virtual private network operation;


GRADES WILL BE BASED

ON THE QUALITY AND C
OMPLETION OF THESE
TAS
KS:


Final G
rade Calculation:








Individual Labs

(45
)……………………………………… 25%

Chapter Exams
(14)
…...………………………………… 10%

Group Labs (6
)………………………………………….

.

20%

Project/
Demonstration
(1)
…...

……………………………

1
5
%

*
Divisiona
l Participation………………………………….10
%

Portfolio

….
...
………………………
…………………
....

1
0%

Final Exam


…………………………………………
.

10%


Total

…………………………………………………….100%


*
Information technologies students are expected to participate in divisional activities as defined in
the Division Participation section of the syllabus. Provisions are ma
de for those students unable to
participate in these activities.


OSU
IT

Grading Scale



A = 9
0
.00
-

100.00


B = 80.00
-

89
.99



C = 70.00
-

79
.99


D = 60.00
-

69
.99


F = 00.00
-

59
.99

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DIVISION PARTICIPATI
ON

Information Technologies students should plan to participate in various identified extracurricular
activities during the semester.
Activities identified for this seme
ster can be found on the Semester
Calendar.

Currently for this semester, participation in the following campus wide and divisional
activities has been identified


AITP, Movie Night, President’s Ice Cream Social, Springfest,
Intramural Football and Softbal
l, Free Massage and other listed on the Semester Calendar, but
others may be added.
Specific details of your expected level of participation will be provided at a
later date. If you are unable to participate in these activities, an alternate assignment wil
l be given
providing you with an opportunity to receive credit for this component of your overall grade. The
assignment will be a minimum 15 full page paper. Topic will be relevant to the course work and be
the instructor’s choice.


AMERICANS WITH DISAB
ILI
TIES ACT (ADA)

According to the Americans with Disabilities Act, each student with a disability is responsible for
notifying the University of his/her disability and requesting accommodations. If you think you
have a qualified disability and need special a
ccommodations, you should notify the instructor and
request verification of eligibility for accommodations from the Office of Academic
Accommodations/LASSO Center. Please advise the instructor of your disability as soon as
possible, and contact The LASSO C
enter, to ensure timely implementation of appropriate
accommodations. Faculty have an obligation to respond when they receive official notice of a
disability but are under no obligation to provide retroactive accommodations. To receive services,
you must s
ubmit appropriate documentation and complete an intake process during which the
existence of a qualified disability is verified and reasonable accommodations are identified. The
LASSO Center is located on the 3rd floor of the Noble Center.


You may call 91
8.293.4855 for
more information or fax documentation to 918.293.4853.


ACADEMIC DISHONESTY

Academic dishonesty or misconduct is neither condoned nor tolerated at OSU
-
Institute of
Technology
.
Any student found guilty of academic dishonesty or misconduct sh
all be subject to
disciplinary action. Academic dishonesty and/or misconduct includes, but is not limited to, the
following actions: (1) Plagiarism: the representation of previously written, published, or creative
work as one’s own; (2) Unauthorized co
llaboration on projects; (3) Cheating on examinations;
(4) Unauthorized advance access to exams; (5) Fraudulent alteration of academic materials; (6)
Knowing cooperation with another person in an academically dishonest undertaking. Students are
requir
ed to actively protect their work against misuse by others.
For details, refer to
The OSU
-
Institute of Technology

Student Handbook available in the Office of Student Affairs and
Enrollment Management, each division office, and online

at
http://www.osu
it
.e
du/handbook/.


STUDENT CONDUCT

Students are expected to cooperate in maintaining a classroom environment conducive to learning.
Courteous and respectful behavior will be expected from all students each day. All pagers, cellular
phones, and CD and MP3 play
ers should be turned off. The use of tobacco in any form in
University buildings is prohibited.

Students may not use any form of smoking devices in the
classroom including but not limited to devices such as electronic cigarettes.


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CLASS PARTICIPATION

I
nformation Technologies students attending ILT’s (Instructor Led Training) courses are expected
to attend class every day. Coursework is based on industry standards and the level of the class is
specifically designed for industry level competencies. Some i
nformation, handouts and reference
will only be given

in class. In addition most
LAB activities will be performed in class because of
equipment needs and so the instructor can observe your progress. Every student should plan to be
active listeners in the c
lass and are expected to answer questions when called on. Notes for the
class notebook will only be given in class and students are expected to take notes without being
told. Students should also plan time to complete reading assignments for each chapter o
utside of
class as well as searching for information needed to complete assignments. Each student should
plan to participate in these various course activities during the semester. Specific details of your
expected level of participation will be provided d
uring the class periods in which they take place
and will be given at a future date. If you are unable to participate in these activities, an alternate
assignment may be given providing you with an opportunity to receive credit for this component of
your o
verall grade.



PROBLEM SOLVING

Students in the networking program are required to utilize problem solving skills in
the
completion
of all assignments. In addition students are required to
show and
explain what they have completed
in all
work and related
do
cumentation. It is of profound importance that stu
dents exercise good
problem solving, critical thinking and reasoning skills in the performance of completing all related
work in this course.




COURSE OUTLINE

(
subject to change
-

Optional and Supplement
al Material to be used at instructor’s discretion)


Week

Topics and Competencies

Assignments

1


Due
9
-
8

Introducing Networks
:




Identify and describe the functions of each of the
seven layers of the OSI reference model
.



Identify the reasons why the network
ing industry uses
a layered model
.



Define and explain the conversion steps of data
encapsulation
.



Define and describe the function of a MAC address
.



Describe connection
-
oriented network service and
connectionless network service, and identify the key
diff
erences between them
.

Individual Labs:



Lab 1
-
3

Doc


Online Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
1 Exam



2


Due
9
-
15

Network Devices
:




Explain the uses, advantages, and disadvantages of
repeaters, hubs, wireless access points, bridges,
switches, and routers
.



Define the sta
ndards associated with wireless media
.

Individual Labs:



Lab 2
-
1

Doc



Lab 2
-
3

Doc



Lab 2
-
4

Doc


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Explain basic wireless connection parameters,
security, and troubleshooting.



Define network segmentation.



Explain network segmentation using bridges,
switches, routers and gateways.



Explain Ethernet operations.



Define

Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet.

Online Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
2 Exam



3


Due
9
-
22

TCP/IP
:




Discuss the origins of TCP/IP.



Identify and discuss the different layer functions of
TCP/IP.



Describe the fu
nctions performed by protocols in the
TCP/IP protocol suite, including ICMP, UDP, TCP,
ARP, and RARP.



Use Ping and Trace and describe their functions.



Explain how packets are transmitted.



Describe the Cisco three
-
layer hierarchical model.

Individual Labs:



Lab 3
-
1

Doc



Lab 3
-
2

Doc



Lab 3
-
3

Doc


Online Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
3 Exam



4


Due
9
-
29

Chapter 4

IP Addressing
:




Explain the different classes of IP Addresses
.



Configure IP addresses
.



Subdivide an IP network.



Discuss advanced routing concepts such as CIDR,
s
ummarization, and VLSM.



Convert between decimal, binary, and hexadecimal
numbering systems.



Explain the differences between IPv4 and IPv6
.

Individual Labs:



Lab 4
-
1

Doc



Lab 4
-
2

Doc



Lab 4
-
3

Doc



Lab 4
-
4

Doc


Online Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
4 Exam



5


Due
10
-
6

Cha
pter
5

Router and IOS Basics
:




Describe the benefits of network segmentation with
routers.



Understand the elements of the Cisco router user
interface.



Configure the HyperTerminal program to interface
with the Cisco router.



Describe the various router confi
guration modes.

Individual Labs:



Lab 5
-
1
Doc



Lab 5
-
2
Doc



Lab 5
-
3
Doc



Lab 5
-
4
Doc



Lab 5
-
5
Doc



ONE Packet Tracer Lab
File



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one

packet tracer file and
submit
the same

at

the
successful completion of
L
ab

5.5
.


Group

Labs:



Using the equipment
available in the
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classroom, build the
network as required by
Labs 5
-
1 through 5
-
5
.


Online Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
5 Exam



6


Due
10
-
13

Chapter
6

Router Startup and Configuration
:




Describe the steps involved in starting
a router.



Describe and use the Cisco Discovery Protocol.



Configure IP on the Cisco router.



Troubleshoot router connectivity problems.


Individual Labs:

Submit a Packet Tracer File
for each Lab

as listed below.



Lab 6
-
1
Doc



Lab 6
-
2
Doc



Lab 6
-
3
Doc



Lab 6
-
4
Do
c



Lab 6
-
5
Doc



Lab 6
-
6
Doc



ONE Packet Tracer Lab
File


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one

packet tracer file and
submit the same at the
successful completion of
Lab 6.4.


Group

Labs:



Using the equipment
available in the
classroom, b
uild the
network as required by
Lab

6.
1

through 6.6


Online Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
6 Exam

7


Due
10
-
20

Chapter
7

Routing Protocols



Differentiate between nonroutable, routed, and
routing protocols
.



Define Interior Gateway Protocols, Exterior Gateway
Protocols,

distance
-
vector routing protocols, and link
-
state routing protocols
.



Explain the concepts of count
-
to
-
infinity, split
horizon, split
-
horizon with poison reverse, and hold
-
down timers
.



Describe, configure, and monitor the interior routing
protocol RIP.

Individual Labs:

Submit a Packet Tracer File
for each Lab

as listed below.



Lab
7
-
1 in PT

and Doc



Lab
7
-
2 in PT

and Doc



Lab
7
-
3 in PT

and Doc


Group

Labs:



Using t
he equipment
available in the
classroom, build the
network as required by
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Exp
lain static routing and administrative distance.



Configure static routing and default routes.


Lab 7.1 through 7.3


Online Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
7 Exam




Access Lists Workbook


8


Due
10
-
27

Chapter
8

Advanced Routing Protocols
:




Describe classful and classless routing protocols
.



Describe and configure RIPv2.



Describe and configure EIGRP.



Describe and configure OSPF.



Control routing traffic.


Individual Labs:



Lab 8
-
1 in PT and Doc



Lab 8
-
2 in PT and Doc



Lab 8
-
3 in PT and Doc



Lab 8
-
4 in PT and Doc



Group Lab


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Online
Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
8 Exam


9


Due
11
-
3

Chapter
9

Network Services
:




Understand the purpose and operation of network
address translation (NAT)
.




Understand and configure static NAT, dynamic
NAT, and PAT
.



Understand and configure Dynamic Host
Configuration
Protocol (DHCP)
.



Understand and configure Domain Name Services
(DNS)
.



Configure network services using Cisco’s Security
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Individual Labs:



Lab 9
-
1 in PT and Doc



Lab 9
-
2 in PT and Doc



Lab 9
-
3 in PT and Doc



Group Lab


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nline Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
9 Exam



1
0


Due
11
-
10

Chapter
10

Access Lists
:




Describe
the usage and rules of access lists
.



Establish standard IP access lists
.



Produce extended IP access lists
.



Apply access lists to interfaces
.



Monitor and verify access lists
.



Create named access lists.



Use Security Device Manager to create standard and
extended IP access lists.



Use Security Device Manager to create a router
firewall.


Individual Labs:



Lab 10
-
1 in PT and Doc



Lab 10
-
2 in PT and Doc



Lab 10
-
3 in PT and Doc



Group
Lab


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Online Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
10 Exam


1
1


Due
11
-
17

Chapter
11

PPP and Frame Relay
:



Describe PPP encapsulation
.



Configure PPP encapsulation and its options.



Describe and enable PPP multilink.

Individual
Labs:

(Optional)



Lab 11
-
1 in PT and Doc



Lab 11
-
2 in PT and Doc

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Understand Frame Relay standards and equ
ipment.



Describe the role of virtual circuits and performance
parameters in Frame Relay.



Understand the Frame Relay topologies.



Understand the difference between multipoint and
point
-
to
-
point configurations.



Configure and monitor Frame Relay.





Lab 11
-
3 in PT and Doc



Lab 11
-
4 in PT and Doc



Group Lab


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Online Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
11

Exam



12


Due
11
-
24

Chapter
12

Basic Switching and Switch
Configuration
:



Explain the

technology and media access control
method for Ethernet networks
.



Explain network segmentation and basic traffic
management concepts
.



Explain basic switching concepts and the operation
of Cisco switches
.



Perform and verify switch configuration tasks
.



Impl
ement basic switch security
.


Individual Labs:



Lab 1
2
-
1


Doc



Lab 1
2
-
2

Doc



Lab 1
2
-
3 Doc


Online Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
1
2

Exam



13


Due
12
-
1

Chapter
1
3

Advanced Switching Concepts
:




Explain how the Spanning Tree Protocol works and
describe its benefits
.



Des
cribe the benefits of virtual LANs
.



Configure a VLAN
.



Understand the Purpose of the VLAN trunking
protocol (VTP)
.



Configure VTP.


Individual Labs:



Lab 13
-
1 Doc



Lab 13
-
2 Doc


Online Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
13 Exam



1
4


Due
12
-
8


Chapter
14

Network Security
:




Distinguish between the different types of network
security threats
.



Explain how to mitigate network security threats
.



Implement SSH on Cisco routers and switches.


Individual Labs:



Lab 14
-
1
in PT and
Doc



Lab 14
-
2
in PT and
Doc



Lab 14
-
3
in PT and
Doc



G
roup Lab


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Online Quiz/Exam:



Chapter
-
14 Exam


15


Due
12
-
12

FINAL EXAM

Final Portfolio

Final Exam


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IT CAMPUS CLOSURE PO
LICY

In the event of occurrences (e.g., inclement weather) which require campus closure, students
should log into
the Online Classroom (a.k.a., Desire2Learn) by the beginning of their regularly
scheduled class times for instructions regarding the online sessions. Students unable to participate
in the sessions are responsible for their content

which will be facilitated

through the instructor’s
choice of online tools (e.g. Wimba, Desire2Learn Discussions, etc.).


Faculty will notify students prior in the event a session will not be held. If the faculty member does
not login within the first 15 minutes of the scheduled cl
ass time, the session will be considered
cancelled and arrangements will be made for making up the missed time. Courses not affected by
campus closure will continue to operate as normal.


ATTENDANCE POLICY FOR FACE TO FACE COURSES:

A primary component of O
SUIT's Mission is

to prepare and sustain a diverse student
body as competitive members of a world
-
class workforce”.

Regular and consistent
attendance not only aids in academic success, dependable attendance is a requirement in
today's real
-
world employmen
t; t
herefore, regular and consistent attendance is a
requirement in all OSUIT courses.


Definitions:




Absent: Failing to attend all or a significant portion of a class or lab session.


A.

Students may not be marked as absent if missing class for situations
such as, but not
limited to

1.

participating in a required university activity such as a field trip;

2.

fulfilling a military obligation;

3.

a mandatory court appearance;

4.

death in the immediate family;

5.

extreme illness or accident to oneself or immediate family.

Instructors, at their
discretion, may require proof of such events.

B.

It is the responsibility of the student to contact and inform the instructor and/or
department in advance of such excused absences whenever possible.



Tardy:

Arriving late to class a
s defined by the individual class instructor. Faculty, at their
discretion, may equate three tardies to equal one absence.


Procedures:


Early Intervention

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A.

Any student who misses 10% of an individual course (or earlier at faculty discretion)
during a regul
ar fifteen
-
week semester, or the equivalent portion of time in a shorter
session, will have their name submitted by that course instructor to the OSUIT Early
Alert System for retention intervention.

B.

At the point the Early Alert is issued, the student
must

meet with their assigned faculty
advisor or designated faculty/staff member within seven (7) academic calendar days
for counseling on how to improve their attendance and academic success.


Excessive Absences

A.

The University reserves the right to administra
tively withdraw any student from an
individual course who misses 20% of that course, whether excused or unexcused, and,
in the opinion of the instructor, the student does not have a reasonable opportunity to
be successful in the course.

B.

Students should be

aware any of the following may impact their financial aid:

1.

being administratively withdrawn from a course

2.
dropping a course

3.

their last date of attendance in a course



Please see OSUIT Policy 2
-
021 for full details and procedures.



LATE WORK POLICY

Unit
: Assignments must be completed on time. Absence will not be considered an excuse for
submitting assignments late. Late assignments are accepted only at the instructor’s discretion.
Class demonstrations, workshops and/or training sessions will not be re
peated. If a student is
absent, it is the student’s responsibility to make up any work missed. To meet course
competencies, students will be required to complete all assignments and course work.

Exams will be given on the date and time announced by the i
nstructor. Make
-
up exams will be
given at the instructor’s discretion and convenience, and may differ from those administered to the
class. A late penalty may be assessed against the grade.


Instructor
: All assignments, papers and projects must be comple
ted and submitted by the specified
due date; late work will
not

be accepted without proper documentation. It is the student’s
responsibility to maintain all their work, electronic files, class materials and should be provided to
the instructor, if requeste
d.


OTHER LAB AND CLASSR
OOM POLICIES

Proper Safety Procedures
: Information Technologies courses may require students to enter labs
where tools and equipment are being used. As a result, students must dress and use safety
equipment appropriate to the sett
ing they are in. If students do not understand proper safety
procedures, they must ask an instructor for assistance In addition, students must ask for permission
to use any equipment or facilities in advance.


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Children in Class Policy
: Only in extreme cas
es
--
where no other arrangements can be made for
childcare and with prior instructor approval
--
will children be allowed in classrooms or
laboratories. In such instances, children must be supervised at all times by a parent or guardian. If
this becomes fre
quent, if the child or equipment is at risk of harm, or if this situation causes a
distraction to other students and the learning environment, the instructor or lab assistant will ask
the student to leave with the child.


Computer Labs
: Computers are avail
able in the OSU

Institute of Technology

Library and Students
Union for general student use. The Information Technologies evening computer lab, available for
any student enrolled in an IT course, is open Monday through Thursday 4:30
-
6
:
3
0 p.m.


Drops and Wit
hdrawals
: Students are strongly advised to meet with their instructors to discuss
possible alternatives before deciding to drop a course or withdraw from school. Students must
meet with the Division Chair to initiate drops and withdrawals. Due to federal

requirements and
guidelines for Student Financial Aid, students are advised to consult a representative from Student
Financial Services in addition to the Division Chair prior to dropping a class or withdrawing from
the University. Students have the resp
onsibility of processing drops and withdrawals. Note: Most
failing grades result when students cease attending class, but do not take the steps necessary to
preserve their academic standing.


Standard Policies and Procedures
: Each student is responsibl
e for being aware of the information
contained in the OSU

Institute of Technology

Catalog, on
-
line Student Handbook, and semester
Class Schedule. Policies and procedures not addressed in this document will follow the on
-
line
Student Handbook, the Students
’ Rights and Responsibilities, and the OSU

Institute of Technology

Policy and Procedures Manual. Policies not addressing the documents identified above will follow
those provided by the State Regents’ of Oklahoma and A&M Colleges. Policies and procedures

not addressed in the standard manual will follow the policies of the federal, state and local
governmental (or professional) organizations, which issued them.


Course Outline Modification
: Instructors reserve the right to change or modify course content
d
uring an academic term. Any changes will be shared with students in writing.


COMPUTER LAB USER GUIDELINES

The primary purpose of the computer labs is to support the educational process. Therefore,
priority of use will be given to the completion of assign
ments, exercises, and projects for academic
courses. Inappropriate or illegal use of University resources may result in: the termination of
access privileges, legal action or disciplinary review. Violation of this policy may constitute a
criminal offense.

In general, misconduct involving technology use

regardless of time or
location

relates to the following:




Destruction of equipment;



Accessing or altering any form of technology communication without consent;



Transmitting or receiving inappropriat
e information or graphics;



Disruption of technology or classroom/lab operations.



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Students will be expected to abide by the following rules for use of institutional computers labs,
networks and facilities.


1.

Consumption of food or tobacco products is no
t permitted in any computer lab. Beverages
are only allowed in areas with no computers. Drinking fountains and lounges for eating are
provided.

2.

Be respectful of other users. Be quiet and courteous to fellow students. Keep book bags and
backpacks out of

the path of traffic.

3.

Recreational use of computers during class or during peak lab hours is not permitted.
(Recreational use includes: web surfing, recreational email, chatting, games, etc.) Students
will make prior arrangements with an instructor to wo
rk in a lab if a class is scheduled for
that lab. Students must not assume that every lab is an open lab, or interrupt a class in
-
session.

4.

Images, sounds, language or messages that

in any way, shape or form

could embarrass,
distract or offend another perso
n are prohibited. Visiting Internet sites of inappropriate
nature that may be considered offensive by any other individual is also unacceptable.

5.

University computers may not be used for commercial purposes or for
-
profit activities.

6.

Reconfiguration, rearra
ngement, and removal of software and hardware are prohibited
except with an instructor’s guidance and approval.

7.

Students must not write, produce, generate, copy, propagate or attempt to introduce any
computer code designed to damage or hinder the performan
ce of any computer’s memory,
file system, or software. Users must not attempt to gain unauthorized access to system
resources or allow others to do so.

8.

Computer lab users are responsible for determining the copyright status or usage
restrictions of any mat
erial obtained through the University network, and conforming to
those restrictions. Software is protected by law, and the reproduction of copyrighted
software is prohibited except within the accepted definition of fair use.

9.

Lab users must never erase, ren
ame or make unusable another person’s files, programs or
disk(ette)s.

10.

Students must scan their diskettes for viruses before using them in the computer labs.
Diskettes should always be labeled.

11.

Computer lab users should notify an instructor or lab assistant

of any equipment
malfunctions.

12.

Users must be conservative with printer paper use. Photocopiers should be used for
multiple copy production.

13. Computer lab users must make use of trash receptacles and/or recycling bins.



INSTRUCTIONS FOR SPE
CIFIC TA
SKS AND ASSIGNMENTS

Electronic Portfolio Instructions

Each student is required to compile an electronic portfolio for the course. The portfolio must
include all work performed by the student towards the course. Course work includes study guides,
notes, lab
s, projects and all other work relevant to the course.



When compiling the portfolio:



please
follow the instructions

provided to you by your instructor

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all course work must be categorized and saved to its respective folders as instructed by
your instructo
r



each and every item included in the portfolio must be updated to record the grade/points
received and instructor feedback/comments



the course portfolio must be compressed using Windows Compressed zip option



upload the compressed zip portfolio to its res
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I have read and understand this syllabus, and agree to abide by the policies, procedures and
guidelines specified therein.




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Printed Name OSU
IT

Student ID

(CWID)




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I agree that
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology

may excerpt som
e of my work to
be utilized for institutional assessment purposes. The purpose of institutional assessment is for
verification of student learning and program improvement. I recognize that every effort will be
made to keep this information confidential a
nd that my name will not be associated with my work.




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Printed Name Student ID Number (this is not your SSN)




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Signature Date