MDIA 1189 Web Services & File Managmenet
Source: Original BCIT MDIA 1189 Course Outline
This course is an introduction to the Macintosh operating system and the BCIT systems that students will be expected to comfortably use during the program. The course will introduce the students to the BCIT lab environment and policies, including network printing, file storage/retrieval and submitting requests for helpdesk support via eHelpdesk.
The students will register a domain name, secure their own commercial web space and learn to operate basic web services including File transfer (FTP), email management and C-panel features. Students will be assessed by three individual assignments and a final exam.
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Explain and follow computer usage.
- Employ basic computer application, security integrity and file management concepts.
- Demonstrate the use of the Mac operating system by performing basic system administration tasks.
- Retrieve and submit course material via the BCIT network and services.
- Review, secure and manage domain name, name-server updates and commercial web hosting.
- Demonstrate use of FTP and C-panel services for own student accounts.
- Perform basic web server services administration.
- Utilize presentation software to create and map presentations.
- Create and prepare Acrobat PDF files for D2L submission and web distribution.
- Organize and label project logs, project assignment documentation, files and folders.
- Utilize basic functionality of school’s equipment (projectors, scanners and printers).
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