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Revision as of 13:21, 19 June 2019

Introduction

This course material is intended for introductory and preparatory courses on IT, computing and computers.

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Intended audience

Students in secondary high school, higher vocational education or university. It aims to lay a solid foundation in applied IT, computing and working with computers.

The course material is targeted to prepare students for courses in computing, programming, databases, and systems administration.

Requirements

We don't see any formal educational requirements before taking a course using this course material, but we recommend students and teachers to prepare by installing some software and computing environments, in order to get started quickly with the lectures and exercises.

Chapters/Modules

We have divided the course material into various modules which we call chapters. The list of chapters here is our suggested order for using this course material.

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Navigation

The next page is Setting_up_your_environment.

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