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<chapter>
  <title>Course Overview</title>
	<para><emphasis role="strong">Acerca del curso y sus objetivos</emphasis></para>
	<para>Ubuntu es un sistema operativo desarrollado por la comunidad basado en Linux, disponible libremente e ideal para computadoras portátiles, de escritorio y servidores. Este curso está basado en Ubuntu 7.10 y su objetivo es enseñar a los nuevos usuarios de Ubuntu las aplicaciones principales, cómo las aplicaciones de ofimática, aplicaciones para la conectividad y navegación en Internet, herramientas de diseño gráfico, multimedia y música. Después de completar este curso podrás:</para>
	<itemizedlist>
		<listitem><para>Understand the concepts of open source and how they tie in with Ubuntu</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>See the benefits and differences in using Ubuntu as an Operating system</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Customise the look and feel of the Ubuntu desktop</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Navigate through the file system and search for files</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Connect to and use the Internet</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Perform basic word-processing and spreadsheet functions using
		OpenOffice.org</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Install and play games</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Add, remove and update applications using different package
		managers</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>View, draw, manipulate and scan images</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Play, edit and organize music and video files</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Seek help on Ubuntu from free and commercial sources</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Create partitions and dual-boot options</para></listitem>
	</itemizedlist>
  <sect1>
	<title>Target Audience and Pre-requisites</title>
	<para>This course provides both home and office users with hands on training on Ubuntu. No prior knowledge of Ubuntu is required, although
	computer literacy is assumed and is a pre-requisite. Ubuntu 7.10 must be installed on the computer hard disk before starting this course.</para>
	<para>The Ubuntu 7.10 desktop course is designed to be modular. If it is studied in a classroom in its entirety, it should be completed within 
	two full days. However, topics and lessons can be selected as required and a day's content designed to suit the key learning objectives.</para>
	<para>Sample material for various exercises is available through the ubuntu-desktop-course-resources package. The most current package is available through the canonical-training PPA (Personal Package Archive) in Launchpad: <ulink url="https://launchpad.net/~canonical-training/+archive">https://launchpad.net/~canonical-training/+archive</ulink>.</para>
        <instructornote>
          <title>Instructor Notes:</title><para><emphasis role="italic">The ubuntu-desktop-course-resource package should be installed on all systems before the course starts. The sample files are placed in /usr/share/ubuntu-desktop-course. It is recommended to add a link to the directory on the students desktop.</emphasis></para>
        </instructornote>
  </sect1>
  <sect1>
 	<title>Student Responsibilities</title>
	<itemizedlist>
		<listitem><para>Students should arrive on time and stay until the session is dismissed. The instructor should be notified if you
		expect to arrive late.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Participation in class discussions is strongly encouraged. Even when some
		topics are already familiar to some, sharing relevant experiences can be very helpful to
		other people.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Cell phones and pagers should be placed on silent mode during
		class.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Feedback is vital to the improvement of our course development and
		delivery. All students must complete the course evaluation form at the end of the last
		day in order to receive a certificate of completion.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Please provide any and all feedback regarding this course to:
		training@canonical.com.</para></listitem>
	</itemizedlist>	
  </sect1>
  <sect1>
	<title>Ubuntu Session Plan</title>
        <para>The following table lists the contents of the individual sessions and the time allocated for delivering them. The time allocated for a session can be allocated in more detail by the instructor.</para>
        <instructornote>
          <title>Instructor Notes:</title><para><emphasis role="italic">Due to a layout problem section 1.4 and the summary table are interleaved.</emphasis></para>
        </instructornote>

		<table>
		<tgroup cols="2">
			<colspec align="left" colname="col1"/>
			<colspec align="left" colname="col2"/>
			<tbody>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Session</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Duration (in minutes)</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">DAY 1</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Welcome and Course
					Overview</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">20</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Introducing
					Ubuntu</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">60</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>About Open Source</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Free Software Movement, Open Source and Linux</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>About Ubuntu</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Software Repositories and Categories</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
					<row>
					<entry><para>Key Differences between Ubuntu and Microsoft Windows</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lesson Summary</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Review Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>				
			</tbody>
		</tgroup>
	</table>
	<table>
		<tgroup cols="2">
			<colspec align="left" colname="col1"/>
			<colspec align="left" colname="col2"/>
			<tbody>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Exploring the Ubuntu
					Desktop</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">75</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>GNOME Desktop Components</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Changing the Default Language</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Creating a User Account and Fast User Switching</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Adding/Removing Applications</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Desktop Effects - Compiz Fusion</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Desktop Search Tracker</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lesson Summary</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lab Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
			</tbody>
		</tgroup>
	</table>
	<table>
		<tgroup cols="2">
			<colspec align="left" colname="col1"/>
			<colspec align="left" colname="col2"/>
			<tbody>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Using the Internet</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">100</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Connecting to and Using the Internet</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Browsing the Web</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Accessing Newsreaders</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Sending and Receiving E-mail Messages</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Instant Messaging</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Making Phone Calls using Softphones</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Accessing Newsreaders</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Review Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lab Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
			</tbody>
		</tgroup>
	</table>
	<table>
		<tgroup cols="2">
			<colspec align="left" colname="col1"/>
			<colspec align="left" colname="col2"/>
			<tbody>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Using OpenOffice
					Applications</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">180</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Introducing the OpenOffice.org Suite</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Using OpenOffice.org Writer</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Using OpenOffice.org Calc</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Using OpenOffice.org Impress</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Using OpenOffice.org Draw</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Using OpenOffice.org Math</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Additional Applications</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lesson Summary</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Review Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lab Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
			</tbody>
		</tgroup>
	</table>
	<table>
		<tgroup cols="2">
			<colspec align="left" colname="col1"/>
			<colspec align="left" colname="col2"/>
			<tbody>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Ubuntu and Games</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">40</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Installing Ubuntu Games</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Playing Ubuntu Games</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Playing Other Popular Games</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lesson Summary</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>				
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lab Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
			</tbody>
		</tgroup>
	</table>
	<table>
		<tgroup cols="2">
			<colspec align="left" colname="col1"/>
			<colspec align="left" colname="col2"/>
			<tbody>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Session</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Duration (in minutes) excl.
					exercises</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">DAY 2</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Customising the Desktop and
					Applications</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">80</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Introduction</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Customising the Desktop</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>The 3D Effects</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Working with Files Using Nautilus</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Package Managers</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Using Add/Remove Applications</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Using Synaptic Package Manager</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Installing a Single Package File</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Software Repositories</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Adding New Language Settings</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lesson Summary</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Review Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lab Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
			</tbody>
		</tgroup>
	</table>
	<table>
		<tgroup cols="2">
			<colspec align="left" colname="col1"/>
			<colspec align="left" colname="col2"/>
			<tbody>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Making the Most of Images and
					Photos</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">60</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Introducing Graphics Applications</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Viewing Images with gThumb</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>The GIMP</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Managing Photos with F-Spot</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Drawing with Inkscape</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Using a Scanner</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>				
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lesson Summary</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Review Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lab Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
			</tbody>
		</tgroup>
	</table>
	<table>
		<tgroup cols="2">
			<colspec align="left" colname="col1"/>
			<colspec align="left" colname="col2"/>
			<tbody>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Playing Music and
					Videos</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">60</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Legal Restrictions</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Playing Music Files</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Playing and Extracting Audio CDs</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Burning Audio CDs</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Playing Proprietary Multimedia Formats</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Using an iPod</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Creating and Editing Audio Files</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Using DVDs</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Playing Online Media</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Editing Videos</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lesson Summary</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Review Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lab Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
			</tbody>
		</tgroup>
	</table>
	<table>
		<tgroup cols="2">
			<colspec align="left" colname="col1"/>
			<colspec align="left" colname="col2"/>
			<tbody>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Ubuntu: Help and
					Support</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">60</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Introduction</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Free support resources</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>System documentation</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Online Documentation</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Community Support</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Launchpad</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>The Fridge</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Paid for Commercial Services</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lesson Summary</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Review Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
			</tbody>
		</tgroup>
	</table>
	<table>
		<tgroup cols="2">
			<colspec align="left" colname="col1"/>
			<colspec align="left" colname="col2"/>
			<tbody>
				<row>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">Partitioning and Booting -
					optional</emphasis></para></entry>
					<entry><para><emphasis role="strong">60</emphasis></para></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>What is Partitioning</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Creating a Partition</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Bootup Options</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lesson Summary</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Review Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Lab Exercise</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
				<row>
					<entry><para>Course Summary</para></entry>
					<entry><para/></entry>
				</row>
			</tbody>
		</tgroup>
	</table>
  </sect1>
<instructorsect>
  <sect1>
	<title>Instructor Responsibilities</title>
	<para>Instructors are:</para>
	<itemizedlist>
		<listitem><para>Responsible for conducting classes professionally and ensuring that the
		classroom environment is conducive to learning; this includes adhering to the schedule
		for start times, breaks, and lunches.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Available during lab sessions to answer questions and assist students
		in completing the exercises.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Committed to delivering a positive learning experience for all
		students.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Responsible for providing students with a course feedback questionnaire at
		the end of the course.</para></listitem>
	</itemizedlist>
    <sect2>
	<title>Pre-Training Preparation/Checks</title>
	<itemizedlist>
		<listitem><para>Familiarise yourself with the student profile and expectations. Some
		elements of the course may need to be customised.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Pre-run and check all student and instructor computers and make sure
		they are functional and running well on Ubuntu.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Ensure you check the classroom setup guide, test each lab exercise and troubleshoot problems encountered, if
		any.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Go through the Instructor Guide and the presentation slides in detail
		before getting into the classroom.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Students may not be able to answer all the questions based on the
		content in the presentation slides. Please ensure to cover the related topics prior
		to posing the questions to the students.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>It is highly recommended that you teach each topic covered
		in the training material. However, if you are running short of time, optional topics are indicated in the Instructor
		Notes of each lesson.</para></listitem>
	</itemizedlist>
    </sect2>
    <sect2>
	<title>Instructional Methods</title>
	<para>Here are some instructional methods that will be used to teach:</para>
	<itemizedlist>
		<listitem><para>Slides and lecture: Slides will be used to explain concepts and also
		illustrate the step-by-step procedure to perform each task.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Demonstrations: Instructor will perform live demonstrations of procedures
		that may be complicated for students, before doing a hands-on exercise.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Review questions: Should be interspersed throughout each lesson, to ensure student understanding of key concepts.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Lab exercises: At regular intervals, students will be performing
		hands-on lab exercises that replicate the real life scenarios.</para></listitem>
	</itemizedlist>
    </sect2>
    <sect2>
	<title>Instructional Tips/Guidelines</title>
	<itemizedlist>
		<listitem><para>Use conversational language that is easy to understand and sounds
		natural to the students.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Create a comfortable, relaxed environment throughout.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Be prompt with your responses to student queries. If you are not sure
		about anything, inform them and get back with your response the next day.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Circulate around the room as students complete the exercise and reach
		out to students struggling with the exercise.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Use technology (slides, demos, and guided lab exercises) in the most
		appropriate ways depending on the audience profile and their comfort with
		Ubuntu.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Use presentation slides to stay on topic and avoid getting lost and
		cover the main points without forgetting anything. Glance at a specific point and
		quickly return attention to the students. Avoid reading out the slide word by
		word.</para></listitem>
<listitem><para>To encourage interactivity, use the lab exercises throughout the lesson.</para></listitem>
	</itemizedlist>
    </sect2>
    <sect2>
	<title>Lecture Components</title>
	<para>Each lecture can be divided in the following components.</para>
    </sect2>
    <sect2>
	<title>Introduction</title>
	<para>On the first day,</para>
	<orderedlist numeration="arabic">
		<listitem><para>Welcome the students and introduce yourself followed by students
		introducing themselves - name, professional background, and company, expectations
		and level of experience with Linux OS.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Clearly state the purpose and objectives of the training in
		general terms.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Establish the ground rules for breaks.</para></listitem>
	</orderedlist>
    </sect2>
    <sect2>
	<title>Context Setting</title>
	<para>Use any/all of the following methods:</para>
	<itemizedlist>
		<listitem><para>Giving out a brief introduction to the topic.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Explaining why the topic is important from learner's
		perspective.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Providing a link from the previous to the current topic.</para></listitem>
	</itemizedlist>
    </sect2>
    <sect2>
	<title>Main Body</title>
	<para>You could use any or all of the Instructional methods listed above. However, depending
	on the student profile and the complexity of the content piece to be taught, choose any
	combination of the above mentioned methods. Using a wide range of teaching styles and
	methods is also a good instructional practice as it brings in variety and breaks
	monotony.</para>
	<itemizedlist>
		<listitem><para>For complex topics, demonstrate the procedure and then have the
		students practice the lab exercise. If the topic is fairly simple, put up the
		slides illustrating the procedure and have the students perform the associated
		lab simultaneously.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Explain how and when to use each option on the
		interface.</para></listitem>
	</itemizedlist>
    </sect2>
  </sect1>
</instructorsect>
<instructorsect>
  <sect1>
	<title>Summary</title>
	<para>Always summarize key points of the lesson: The lecture can be summarized by:</para>
	<itemizedlist>
		<listitem><para>Asking for questions.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Asking questions.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Using the Lesson Summary presentation slide, which highlight the main
		points.</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>Reiterating how the topic relates with the learner's job.</para></listitem>
	</itemizedlist>
  </sect1>
</instructorsect>
</chapter>