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Workshop participants at the Network Monitoring and Management workshop held in Ekiti, NigeriaLinux System Administration workshop group picture from SANOG 33 held in Thimphu, BhutanStudents working on a lab in the Linux System Administration workshop at SANOG 33 held in Thimphu, BhutanGroup picture of the NSRC-GARNET Campus Network Design and Operations workshop held on the GIMPA campus in Accra, Ghana
WALC 2020 Network Monitoring and Management Workshop
November 23-27: Online

NSRC trainers, volunteers and staff Hervey Allen, Carlos Armas, José Domínguez, Miguel Hernandez, Rolando Perez and Carlos Vicente worked together to provide a hands-on, interactive, on-line workshop in Spanish on Network Monitoring and Management as part of the 2020 Workshops for America Latina andthe Caribbean (WALC) event organized by EsLaRed. Thirty five participants from 14 countries took part in the activity that used the new NSRC cloud-based Virtual Training Platform.

Ekiti Connectivity Workshop
September 2020: Ekiti, Nigeria

NSRC trainer and Mozilla OIE Fellow Seun Ojedeji conducted a 3-day workshop for the Ekiti State connectivity initiative in Nigeria. The workshop covered Network Monitoring & Management with 16 participants. The State of Ekiti drastically reduced the Right-of-Way cost for laying fibre optic in May 2020 in order to spur broadband adoption, education, as well as technical innovation and business creation.

mnNOG 1 Workshops
September 17-21, 2019: Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

NSRC trainers co-taught Network Management and Monitoring workshop, as well as Routing Infrastructure and Security Operations workshop at the first Mongolian Network Operators Group (mnNOG). Hervey Allen spoke about the experience in this video.

LRREN-USAID-DLEG Campus Network Design & Operations Workshop
March 25-29, 2019: Monrovia, Liberia

NSRC trainers Patrick Okui and Dale Smith co-taught a Campus Network Design & Operations workshop for participating network professionals of the Liberia Research and Education Network (LRREN). Emmanuel Togo, University of Ghana, and Ato Yawson, Asheshi University also provided teaching and technical assistance. The Liberian Daily Observer covered the formation of the NREN.



Paul Robertson, President of the Tohono O’odham Community College, speaks to the nature of Cyberinfrastructure as a strategic asset for geographically isolated tribal colleges.



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