Old and New Combine for Ventura College Student Projects

Raspberry Pi Fuels Innovation Across Disciplines

Efrain Hernandez is the go-to person in his family whenever anyone needs help with technology, but he never thought he would pursue it as a career. Now the recent Ventura College graduate is heading on to complete his bachelor’s degree and hopefully secure a position in the Computer Science field.

Hernandez combined his interest in Computer Science with his love of vintage video games into a unique project for professor Elliot Gertner’s Computer Architecture Class. He created a bar-top arcade game that contains hundreds of video games from Pac Man to Street Fighter.

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Cisco CCNA R&S Essentials 6.0 and CCNA Security SBAs

By NDG

NETLAB+ supported labs are now available for CCNA 6.0 Routing and Switching – Routing and Switching Essentials (Series 2):

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching is a certification program for entry-level network engineers, which validates the ability to install, configure, operate and troubleshoot medium-size routed and switched networks.
NETLAB+ supported labs are now available for CCNA 6.0 Routing and Switching –  Introduction to Networks (Series 1).  For details, please see:

https://www.netdevgroup.com/content/cnap/labs/ccna_security_v20.html

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Instructors Offer 3 Tips for NETLAB+ Success

James Cregg and Skip Berry have used NETLAB+ in their classes at Riverside City College for more than a decade. In that time, they’ve learned to optimize the platform and what it can offer their students.

If you are planning for summer session or fall semester, consider the following tips to help you get the most out of NETLAB+ and give your students the skills they need to thrive in the working world.

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Empowering Education Together: NDG and Red Hat Academy Join Forces

By NDG

Red Hat, the world’s leader in open source and provider of the leading enterprise Linux platform, has recently redesigned their academic program. The revised Red Hat Academy, which provides industry-leading Linux administration, JBoss development and cloud technology curriculum, is now available for free to qualifying higher education institutions.

These exciting changes make it possible for you, as NETLAB+ customers, to take advantage of NDG’s strategic collaboration with Red Hat and use your NETLAB+ system to administer Red Hat labs in your classroom at no additional cost. Visit the NDG website for more information on NETLAB+ lab support for Red Hat Academy courses.

Why join Red Hat Academy?

  • Membership to qualifying universities is now free, with easy online program enrollment.
  • Academy instructors receive free access to Red Hat online training courses.
  • Gain access to industry-leading Linux, cloud and middleware curriculum
  • Student materials are available in multiple formats: eBook, printed, or online.
  • Collaborate with the world’s leader in open source.
  • Prepare your students with in-demand skills that companies are actively seeking.

Together, Red Hat and NDG are committed to helping close the technology skills gap by providing students with opportunities to build enterprise-ready skills. We believe the revised Red Hat Academy program has the potential of making a big impact on your institution and students.

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BACCC NETLAB+ New Website is LIVE!

The Bay Region has launched a new NETLAB+ website with content for Students, Instructors, Partner Colleges and Employers.

Several student successes are featured complete with photos and quotes, plus Lab Links to the many courses offered through the region’s NETLAB+ installation.

Upcoming training opportunities, usage comparison information and a resource library are posted on the Instructor page. Instructors new to NETLAB+ can watch an orientation video on the site, too.

Instructors are invited to submit their course information to be highlighted on the “Featured Courses” section of the Student’s page.

For more information or to have your course featured on the site, contact Richard Grotegut, IT and Computer Science Deputy Sector Navigator for the Bay Region.