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Unformatted text preview: Orientation Lab Exercises Topics Lab Exercises Familiarization with lab Computer Hardware Logging onto CSU Network Logging into WebCT Vista Locating Java Introduction to Crimson Editor Write a simple program Introduction to Greenfoot and BlueJ Write a simple program Using the Command Prompt Compile and run a program in DOS Submitting your assignment in WebCT Vista Orientation 1 Demonstrating the inside of the computer, learn to locate motherboard power supply RAM disk drives ports Logging onto CSU Network Your task is to log onto the CSU network under the supervision of your instructor. Additional information can be found at: http://cins.colstate.edu/account_student.asp Turn on Your PC Log onto Novell NOVELL LOGIN INFORMATION Students can log onto CSU computers using the following username and password information: Username: lastname_firstname.CONTAINER Initial Password: DAYMONTHYEAR (DDMMYY) Example: June 5, 1984 = 050684 Students are required to change their password at the first login and every 45 days thereafter The same password cannot be used twice Passwords require a format of 6 or more alphanumeric characters USING CONTAINERS Students are divided into last name containers which are based on the first letter of a students last name. If a students last name is Smith, the user is in the s container. If a students last name is Jones, that student is in the jkl container. Containers are as follows: ab cd efg hi jkl mn opqr s tuv wxyz Click Agree and OK in windows when they appear Launch Internet Explorer You should arrive at the TSYS Department of Computer Science home page. Click on the WebCT link You should arrive at the WEBCT VISTA home page. Click on the WebCTVista link You should arrive at the WebCT Vista login page....
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2010 for the course CPSC 1301 taught by Professor Khan,s during the Spring '08 term at Columbus State University.
- Spring '08