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The Ubuntu desktop course is designed to be modular. If 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.
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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.
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Ubuntu Session Plan
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Lab Exercise
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Installing Ubuntu Games
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Playing Ubuntu Games
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Making the Most of Images and Photos
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Introducing Graphics Applications
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Free support resources
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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.
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Contributors to this translation: Eric Querelle, François Tremblay, Isabell Long, Kathryn Alexander, Nicolas Raymond, Pierre Slamich, tib20.