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SCSU NHIC Computer Networking Workshop for Teachers - Registration Form
Meeting date: April 24, 2021, Saturday, 10am - 3pm
Deadline to register: April 22, 2021, Thursday

Workshop Agenda:
• Network topology, OSI model, LAN
• Networking devices
• understanding Internet architecture, IP addressing (using packet tracer)

Meeting Format: online

Instructor: Dr. Ata Elahi, Professor in Computer Science, SCSU

Technology requirements for attending the workshop:
• Computer with audio and microphone (Webcam helpful for group exercises)
• access to Windows PC or Google Chromebook to use packet tracer

This Workshop is funded by New Haven Innovation Collaboratives (NHIC) and CTNext. Participation is free, and registration is required. We welcome teachers interested in teaching computer science to participate.
For inquiries and questions, please send email to project lead Professor Winnie Yu at

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Registrant's information:
Your First Name: *
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Name of school where you are currently teaching *
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This workshop is designed for teachers with little or no background in Computer Science or programming. Please tell us if you have had experience teaching computing or related applications ... *
This SCSU ECIC Workshop for Teachers are funded by a grant from CTNext and are offered to particpants at no cost. By registering for this event, I understand that I will be expected to attend the training in entirety. *
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