About the Windows NT Virtual Lecture
My goal for developing this lecture/self-study project was to help Scott standardize the way the Network educators at FCCJ taught classes in Networking. As you can see, it can be used as a slide show (with Netscape) or as a self-study system. It's called the Virtual Lecture because the lectureur can either be there or not... I also wanted to provide a resource for my own students to be able to go back and freshen up on the basics before an exam or whenever they needed a reminder. You are more than welcome to use this as a resource for teaching about Windows NT. There are two things that we would ask, one, if you re-distribute this lecture or use it to instruct with that you would leave my name and school references intact. Two, if you improve on the lecture that you share the improvements with me and everyone else. I must forwarn you that at this time, this is a work in progrsss. That's all. --Patrick
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The Microsoft Windows NT Virtual Lecture by Patrick Watson
Florida Community College at Jacksonville