Network Troubleshooting 101

Event Type: Technology Workshop
Date: 7/15/2014
Start Time: 9:30 AM
End Time: 12:30 PM
 If your library has more than one computer connected to an Internet connection, at some point you will end up having to do some kind of network troubleshooting. While effective troubleshooting can solve some less complex problems, in a lot of instances you will need some help. In this workshop you will learn the terminology and concepts that you are likely to need to communicate with someone who can help you solve your problems. To that end we will review the basic components of computer networks and some basic procedures for identifying the sources of networking problems.

Unless your library has technically trained staff on site, your trouble-shooting skills can take you only so far. In this workshop you will also get some guidance from a professional network technician about the kinds of questions that a network technician is likely to ask you when you call them for assistance and how you can be prepared to work with a network technician to understand the things you can do before it is necessary to get professional help.

Location: Midstate Library Service Center, Berlin - Conference Room
Registration Ends: 6/27/2014 at 12:00 AM
Other Information:
 DOL certification credits: 2*
A confirmation email message will be sent shortly after the registration deadline.
*These credits can be applied to the technology requirement for certification
Contact: Mara Siegel
Contact Number: 802.828.2727
Presenter: Sheila Kearns
Status: Closed

We're sorry. The registration deadline was 6/27/2014 at 12:00 AM.