[Ubuntu PA] Looking for training resources & suggestions

Alex Launi alex.launi at gmail.com
Mon Dec 10 18:41:03 GMT 2007

Art, I'm still not sure what kinds of resources you're looking for. What
types of things are you going to be teaching in the class? Lots of shell
stuff? Linux desktop usage? Server administration? If you can give some
specifics I/we could help out a lot more in pointing you to resources.


On Dec 10, 2007 1:23 PM, Art Alexion <art.alexion at verizon.net> wrote:

> I am planning to teach a Linux for Beginners course sometime in the next
> couple of months through my non-profit employer.  My company is a large
> decentralized non-profit social services agency.  Some of our programs are
> cash strapped, and Linux could be a strategy for saving money, not just on
> software, but as a way to get more years out of hardware as well.  In
> addition, this may help individual employees.
> Anyway the course is geared toward people with a reasonable amount of user
> experience — not tech people but not new-to-computers.
> Do you know of any Ubuntu resources that I can draw on?  I am looking for
> suggestions from people who have done this before, lesson plans, as well
> stuff to distribute, like CDs, stickers and other trinkets, if available.
> Thanks.
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