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  • Aug
    28

    CIT 105 (CCNA1) will be offered Spring 2010. Normally we do not offer this course in the spring but due to the record enrollment we will offer it. The second in the Cisco Networking Academy series, CIT 106 (CCNA2) will be offered summer of 2010 in order to allow the spring semester CIT 105 students to get in sync with the regular series. This means that Fall of 2010 CIT 106 (CCNA2) students will be able to continue in CIT 205 (CCNA3).

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  • Jun
    2

    WVU-Parkersburg’s Workforce and Community Education division now has both the Pearson/VUE testing and Prometric testing center online.  This means you can now take all of your certifications on campus!  Which one should you take first?  If you have finished CIT 106 (INTRO) or CIT 206 (ICND), I would recommend you take the Cisco CCNA exams.  According to the May Global Academy Update, we received the following notice:

    “The INTRO (640-821), ICND (640-811), and CCNA (640-801) certification exams (all language versions) will be available to Networking Academy students until July 31, 2009. After July 31, 2009 vouchers for these exams will no longer be accepted.”

    If you take the exam after July 31st, you will need to take the newest version of the exam, which is more difficult and covers topics that may not have been taught in your original class unless you took the CCNA Version 4 (Exploration) curriclum.

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  • Apr
    13

    More Jobs!!!

    Filed under: WVU-P;

    In addition to the other jobs we told you about last week, we’ve just been told that a company near Cross Lanes, WV is looking for entry level people interested in working with Microsoft and Cisco technologies.  Contact Doug Weaver ASAP if you are interested.

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  • Apr
    3

    West Virginia University at Parkersburg is launching WVUP-mail, a new student e-mail system, to replace the current MIX system through WVU.  It’s easy to use and you will be able to access your account anytime – anywhere you have Internet access.

    The new system will unify the college’s student information systems.  This is the first step in  providing student’s ONE ID for all systems.

    Your new email address will be username@wvup.edu. The username that is referenced is the same as your eCampusID.

    After you set up your WVUP-mail account, you must set your MIX account to forward to the new system and manually forward your old messages from MIX to the new system.

    All MIX accounts will be deleted May 31, 2009.

    Here are easy instructions to set up your WVUP-mail account and forward your MIX email:


    (Click here to enter WVUP-mail)

    If you have questions or need assistance,
    contact WVU Parkersburg’s IT Help Desk at (304)-424-8296

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  • Mar
    30

    Students already enrolled in classes at WVU-P can register online beginning today for both summer and fall classes. You will need to log in to OLSIS in order to register. Be sure to speak to your adviser before registering to make sure you are on track to graduate.

    If you have room in your schedule, there are a couple of good electives coming up that you should consider. Both are offered as Special Topics classes, since they have never been taught before. The first is a class (CIT 397) on VMware Infrastructure 3, taught during the first four-week session of the summer. The second class is being offered as both a 297 and 397 elective, so students can get upper-level elective credit if they need it. This class covers administering a Microsoft SQL Server. Both of these are skills that are in demand, so look for them when you sign up!

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