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LIS 3353: Technologies for Information Professionals Section 1, Spring 2014. Week 6: February 11-13, 2014 Casey Yu. Agenda. Today Announcements Feedback on quizzes and assignments Lab A4b Thursday 2/13 Second set of group presentations Equil Couch Cachet deadsoci.al ByteLite Quiz.

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lis 3353 technologies for information professionals section 1 spring 2014

LIS 3353: Technologies for Information ProfessionalsSection 1, Spring 2014

Week 6: February 11-13, 2014

Casey Yu

agenda
Agenda
  • Today
  • Announcements
  • Feedback on quizzes and assignments
  • Lab A4b
  • Thursday 2/13
  • Second set of group presentations
    • Equil
    • Couch Cachet
    • deadsoci.al
    • ByteLite
  • Quiz
slide3
News
  • Marketing yourself in >160 characters
  • Flappy bird?
announcements
Announcements
  • I will be out of town this weekend and not responding to email. Post questions in the FB group and I will try to check from time to time. I’ll answer email on Monday/Tuesday.’
  • Quizzes graded, scores uploaded to Canvas today
  • Lab A4a (Hardware Inventory) due Friday @ 5pm (any questions?)
feedback on quizzes and assignments
Feedback on quizzes and assignments
  • Re: assignments and due dates
  • Quizzes – feedback and grades
feedback on quizzes and assignments1
Feedback on quizzes and assignments
  • Re: assignments and due dates
  • Quizzes – feedback and grades
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Work in groups of two or three for this lab activity.
  • One of you should obtain a copy of this worksheet from the TA for your group (1 per group!) to complete and turn in before the end of class.
  • One of you should go into the supply closet and get a machine and a screwdriver.
  • One person from each table should also get one packet of thermal grease (no more than one packet per table!) and a small supply of alcohol wipes.
  • Review the following videos on removing the hard drive and power supply and on removing the processor and memory chips:How To Install and Remove a SATA Hard DriveHow to Install and Remove a Computer Power Supply Unit (PSU)How to Install and Remove Computer RAMHow to Remove and Install a Computer Central Processing Unit (CPU)
  • Open the machine (carefully and safely!) Identify as many parts as you can, including the hard drive, power supply unit, memory, heat sink, and CPU.
  • Remove the hard drive,memory, heat sink, power supply unit, and processor.
  • Swap your hard drive, processor, and memory with that of another group (do not swap the power supply or heat sink!)
  • After wiping off excess grease from the heat sink and processor with an alcohol wipe, apply thermal grease to the top of the processor you received from the other group.
  • Install the processor from the other group.
  • Reinstall your power supply unit.
  • Install the hard drive and memory from the other group.
  • Reinstall your heat sink and fan.
  • Check in with your TA or instructor, who will confirm your progress and note it for grading. Turn in the worksheet to the TA or instructor.
  • Secure the machine.
  • Clean up your area and return the machine, screwdriver, and any leftover thermal grease and alcohol wipes to the supply closet.
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