1. @mdseim

    Week 12 Learning Reflection


    This week we reviewed the test and talked about the upcoming video project. I realized what I did wrong on the test, so I think I will do well on the make up test this Monday. I messed up my math when choosing the right amount of binary digits needed …

  2. @mdseim

    Lab 8 – Packet Sniffing


    Objectives: LEARN HOW TO HACK (just kidding… kind of)

    Equipment List:

    Wireshark program A computer Your brain

    Notes and Observations:

    We learned how to look through packets this lab. You can easily get lost in the language of networking when it comes to this. We were looking at mountains of …

  3. @mdseim

    Lab Report 7 – Subnetting


    Objective: Get a better grasp on subnetting by seeing it work before my eyes.

    Equipment List:

    Computer for each lab participant 3 routers 3 switches 1 hub All associated cables with hardware

    Notes and Observations:

    This was a two part lab. The first period was used to map out and …

  4. @mdseim

    Learning Reflection week 11


    This week we reviewed subnetting and had an exam over it. I think I did pretty well on the exam. There weren’t any questions I felt completely lost on. I’m eager to see my grade on the exam. I also decided what I’m doing my video project over. I’m going …

  5. @mdseim

    Learning Reflection: Week 9


    This week we delved into the chasm of subnetting. Subnetting involves working with binary a lot, so I’m grateful I have prior education on subnetting. The whole process is not incredibly difficult, but it is a little tedious. Once I understood the principle of it, I was able to do …

  6. @mdseim

    Lab 6 Internet Servers


    Objectives: Create a internet server

    Equipment List:

    Computer Internet Connection Apache Software

    Notes and Observations:

    I found this particular lab to be more fun than the others. This kind of thing is more in my line of work. Getting everything together and working wasn’t all that hard. The fun part …

  7. @mdseim

    Week 8 Learning Reflection


    In week eight, we continued our studying of binary and how it applies to networks. Again, binary is mostly review for me, so most of what we went over isn’t worth writing home about. All of that binary stuff has been ingrained in my brain never to leave again. One …

  8. @mdseim

    Week 7 Learning Reflection


    This week we got started on a new unit. We got started on binary and touched a bit on sub netting. This mostly review for me, as I remember being bewildered at the concept of binary my freshman year. I didn’t do that well on my test, though. I plan …

  9. @mdseim

    Lab 5 Report


    Obejectives: Simulate a network

    Equipment List:

    At least four people Yarn Paper Envelopes Tape A working brain

    Notes and Observations:

    Switches and routers read different languages. What I mean is that if I sent a package meant for a switch to a router, the router would not be able to …

  10. @mdseim

    Lab Report 2


    Objectives: Learn about cable and get some experience working with it

    Equipment List: 

    UTP Cable 2 RJ-45 connector Cable tester Wire stripper Patch pannel

    Notes and Observations:

    I found this lab a bit harder, since I’ve never been good at manipulating small things. As I have said before, I am …

K-State Digital Media II

Welcome to Bill Genereux's Fall 2016 Digital Media II course at K-State Digital

About the Course

A collaborative online course for developing a broad range of digital media skills to be used for telling stories including websites, photography, graphic design, audio, video, code, and mashups. The various stories you create will be made and openly shared using online technologies such as Wordpress, Soundcloud, Flickr, and YouTube.

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