Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
For my field experience class CSIS494 I did an internship where I mostly learned about computer lab imaging and worked on researching the best practice for database updates/maintenance. This paper documents all the work was done during my internship as well as the number of hours spent on my project. I worked on this project for a total hour of approximately 280hours, i.e., about 25 hours, each week for 14 weeks, which was during the fall semester of 2017.
This paper gives an introduction of both topics I have worked on, and the technology I have learned about which is computer imaging and database maintenance and upgrades as well as the advantages of using imaging software to build and deploy images to a large number of computers, usually in a lab setting.
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