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Computers in libraries libr 56
Computers in LibrariesLIBR 56

  • Anthony Costa

    • acosta@ccsf.edu

    • http://fog.ccsf.edu/~acosta/56.htm


Computers in libraries libr 56

  • Name

  • What you want to learn from this course.


Libr 51
LIBR 51

  • If you haven’t completed LIBR 51, you need to talk to me about taking this class.


Computers in libraries libr 56


Terminology
Terminology

ASCII – American Code for Information Interchange

Cache – space used for temporary storage

Card – wired panel that contains memory and a chip

Chip – tiny calculator inside a PC


Computers in libraries libr 56


Computers in libraries libr 56


Networking basics
Networking Basics

  • A network is a group of 2 or more computer systems linked together

    • LAN

    • WAN

  • http://webopedia.com/TERM/n/network.html

  • Additional reading

    • http://webjunction.org/do/DisplayContent?id=929


Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting

  • A single public workstation produces an error message as soon as it is turned on, at the beginning of boot up. Could it be:

    • Workstation CPU

    • Workstation hard disk

    • Workstation monitor

    • Router

    • Web server


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Troubleshooting

  • A staff PC sounds like it is booting up, but the screen remains blank. Could it be:

    • Workstation CPU

    • Workstation disk storage

    • Workstation monitor

    • Router

    • Web server


Ascii
ASCII

  • American Standard Code for Information Interchange

  • Additional reading for next week

    • http://webopedia.com/TERM/A/ASCII.html


Binary
Binary

  • Computers think in binary code

  • All data is represented in 0s and 1s. This means every character (textual or numeric) must be converted to binary code to be processed by a computer.

  • Additional reading

    • http://theproblemsite.com/codes/binary.asp