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    1 = NSRC and !UbuntuNet Alliance Train the Trainers II Workshop = 
     1= Apricot 2015 = 
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    3 '''Dates:''' November 8-12, 2014 
     3'''Dates:''' February 24 - 28, 2015 
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    5 '''Location:''' Lusaka, Zambia 
     5'''Location:''' Fukuoka, Japan 
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    7 '''Host:''' [http://www.ubuntunet.net/ UbuntuNet Alliance] 
     7'''Host:''' [http://www.jpix.ad.jp/en/ Japan Internet Exchange Co., Ltd.] 
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    9 '''Venue:''' [http://www.ihg.com/intercontinental/hotels/gb/en/lusaka/lunha/hoteldetail Intercontinental Hotel]  
     9'''Venue:''' JR Hakata City  
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    11 This is a five-day workshop to train !UbuntuNet Alliance network engineers to train other !UbuntuNet Alliance network personnel by teaching:  
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    13  * How to use customized virtualization training solutions developed by the Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC). 
    14  * Teaching pedagogy and methodology, including lesson planning, presentation strategies and practice in front of the class. 
    15  * Several network and system administration class offerings including full access to materials to be used as needed. 
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    17 Work will be hands-on and interactive with teachers as well as peers. 
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    19 '''Intended Outcomes''' 
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    21  * Help the !UbutnuNet Alliance community create training teams and labs and establish training curricula. 
    22  * Train / apprentice a group of University / REN trainers from the !UbuntuNet Alliance community to provide training at NSRC levels. 
    23  * Exercise hands-on training curricula combined with campus network assistance producing ~300 trained local university and REN staff. 
    24  * Facilitate cooperation with developing NRENs within Africa and with existing regional RENs in Europe, North America and other world regions. 
    25  * Assist African faculty and students with establishing international research and education partnerships utilizing the new networks. 
    26   
    27 == Workshop Items == 
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    29   * '''[wiki:Agenda Agenda]''' (includes links to presentations and schedule) 
    30    * [wiki:Objectives Objectives] to be met during the workshop 
    31   * [wiki:References] 
    32   * [wiki:ListOfParticipants Workshop Participants] 
    33   * [wiki:Sponsors] 
    34   * [wiki:Kits Workshop Kit Information] 
    35   * [wiki:Books] 
    36   * [wiki:Organizers Instructors and Organizers] 
    37   * [https://photos.nsrc.org/index.php/2014/UbuntuNet-TTT-2014 Photos] : [wiki:GroupPhoto Group Photo] 
    38   * [http://nsrc.org/limesurvey/index.php/survey/index?sid=955417&lang=en Workshop Survey] 
    39   * NSRC-!UbuntuNet Trainers mailing list [http://nsrc.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/nsrc-ubuntunet-trainers here] 
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    41 == Workshop Goals == 
    42  * To provide sustainable technical expertise to support the current rapid build-out of research and education networks (RENs) in Sub-Saharan Africa. 
    43  * Approach is to expand local network engineering expertise in university IT departments and REN organizations to support these emerging RENs. 
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    45 By the end of the workshop our participants should be able to: 
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    47  * Put together and build an effective and well-balanced workshop training 
    48  * Be able to prepare for and run a workshop 
    49  * Be able to teach, on the built kits, a topic of their choice 
    50  * Build the VM kits and all that implies 
    51   * KVM, Dynamips, DNS, DHCP, Gateway Virtual Machines, Web server 
    52  * Be able to access NSRC workshop materials 
    53  * Be familiar with our materials and topics we teach 
    54  * Understand the steps to do campus audits and provide DEA 
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    56 For a full and detailed list of workshop objectives please see our [wiki:Objectives] page. 
    57  
    58 === Requirements === 
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    60  * UNIX and/or Linux System Administration experience 
    61  * Comfortable working on the command line 
    62  * Knowledge of TCP/IP protocols and layer 2 and layer 3 networking 
    63  * An understanding of network and systems security basics 
    64  * Ability and desire to teach, including able to talk and present in front of groups of people. 
    65  * Willingness to use what is learned in this class to teach others in your country or region. 
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    67 === Recommended Software === 
    68  
    69   * [raw-attachment:putty.exe Putty] (Standalone SSH Software for Windows) 
    70   * Linux/UNIX and Mac OS already have SSH installed. DO NOT USE PUTTY FOR LINUX OR MAC! 
    71  
    72 == Help == 
    73  
    74  * TracGuide -- Built-in Documentation 
    75  * TitleIndex -- Complete list of local wiki pages 
    76  * WikiFormatting -- Trac wiki formatting language 
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