Links in Powerpoints

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Karina Pribil asked 2 years ago

I am slightly confused about how we are suppose to interact/navigate the Powerpoints. Are we suppose to read and look through all the links that are in the powerpoint? For example, on the slide that discusses Device Drivers, there’s a link to a wikipedia page. Is that something we’re suppose to read? Or is that just reference?

James Gaskin replied 2 years ago

The slides are just an extra resource. They are mostly redundant with the content in MyEducator. If there is anything in the slides that is not in MyEducator readings or videos, it won’t be tested on. So, you could feasibly complete the course without ever looking at the slides.

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James Gaskin answered 2 years ago

The slides are just an extra resource. They are mostly redundant with the content in MyEducator. If there is anything in the slides that is not in MyEducator readings or videos, it won’t be tested on. So, you could feasibly complete the course without ever looking at the slides. (I put this in a comment originally, but now I realize it should be in an “answer” box.)

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