Remote Classroom Training


Anywhere (Internet-based)

Contact Information:

Phone: 801-298-5227
Fax: 801-298-1149

Upcoming Classes
GL340: Docker Feb 21 - Feb 23, 2023 Register Now
GL650: Red Hat Satellite v6 (Foreman/Katello) Administration Feb 21 - Feb 24, 2023 Register Now
GL325: Linux Performance Tuning and Analysis Feb 27 - Mar 2, 2023 Register Now
GL275: Enterprise Linux Network Services Mar 6 - Mar 10, 2023 Register Now
GL550: Enterprise Linux Security Administration Mar 13 - Mar 17, 2023 Register Now
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Remote Classroom Training With a Live Instructor Over the Internet

Classroom-based training with a live instructor over the Internet. Students get to:

  • Participate in class from anywhere in the world with a compatible computer and reliable access to the Internet
  • Interact with the instructor and other students through a virtual classroom interface
  • Perform course lab exercises through the Guru Labs Remote Classroom Labs environment
  • Receive Guru Labs world-class Linux Training courseware

Guru Labs Remote Classroom Training Labs

The Guru Labs Remote Classroom Lab is a robust environment that allows students from anywhere in the world access to a live remote Linux system over the Internet. With the Guru Labs Remote Classroom Lab students are able to:

  • Have root access to a Linux system over the Internet
  • Reboot/re-install the system and access TTY consoles (CTRL-ALT-F2) with ease
  • Receive assistance from the instructor who can help with "over the shoulder" simultaneous access to the Remote Lab session
  • Choose (prior to start of class) any number of supported Linux distributions i.e., RHEL, CentOS, SLES, Ubuntu, etc. to use during the training.

Guru Labs Remote Classroom Training

The Guru Labs Remote Classroom Training lecture environment is powered by Adobe Connect. This well seasoned tool facilitates the collaboration between students and instructors. Through the lecture interface students can:

  • Connect to the audio and video of the classroom to hear, speak, and see the instructor.
  • View the slides and white board work.
  • Collaborate by chat (public and private) with the instructor and other students
  • "Raise Hand" for getting the instructor's attention
  • Express emotions through emoticon icons (laughter, confusion, applause, disagreement)
  • Participate in polling (yes/no, multiple choice, pacing, etc.)
  • Have one-on-one or small group collaboration in the breakout rooms

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