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All live sessions, live chats and moderated chats were made available twice to accommodate most time zones.


 

WORLD TIME ZONE 1  PT = San Francisco.  UT = London.

LIVE SESSIONS CISCO LEADERS DESCRIPTION

18 MARCH

Educating the Architects of IoE for Social Benefit

8:00-8:30 am PT

15:00-15:30 UT

 

Harbrinder Kang, VP Corporate Affairs, Cisco

 

The world is changing quickly. IoE is the next industrial revolution. Come listen to Harbrinder Kang talk about how this will impact our students' future careers and enable them to become the future Global Problem Solvers for social good (with live Questions & Answers).

Networking Academy Today and Tomorrow

10:00-10:30 am PT

17:00-17:30 UT

Farsheed Tari, Dir, Product Mgmt and Mktg; Gary Coman, Dir, Learning and Collab Eng; Omar Shaban, Dir, Global CA Oper; Mary de Wysocki, Dir, Collab for Social Benefit

Come listen to Cisco NetAcad leaders discuss the many ways we are helping our students move into the 21st century workforce. By NetSpace bringing new capabilities to connect, collaborate and innovate together, by our community and new partnerships bringing us new types of content, and by our working with other organizations enabling us to innovate new collaboration tools, we are enhancing the student learning experience to prepare them for their future careers (with live Questions & Answers).

19 MARCH

Stay One Step Ahead

8:00-8:30 am PT

15:00-15:30 UT

 

Mike Yutrzenka, Sr Dir, Corp Affairs, and Laura Quintana, Sr Dir, Corp Affairs

 

How can students stay ahead of the Internet of Everything opportunity? How can instructors stay ahead of the changes coming from all directions? How can NetAcad stay ahead of the rapidly evolving world of technology? And how can everyone stay ahead using NetSpace to connect, collaborate, and innovate for a life-long learning experience that brings economic empowerment to individuals and their communities? Come and learn how to get the most out of the Networking Academy experience (with live Questions & Answers).

 

CHATS WITH SPEAKERS CISCO LEADERS DESCRIPTION

18 MARCH
Live Speaker Chat: Harbrinder Kang
8:30-9:00 am PT
15:30-16:00 UT


Harbrinder Kang

Join Harbrinder Kang in the Virtual Lounge of the conference to engage directly right after his session "Educating the Architects of IoE for Social Benefit."

Live Speaker Chat: Farsheed Tari and guests
10:30-11:00 am PT
17:30-18:00 UT

Farsheed Tari, Gary Coman, Omar Shaban, Mary de Wysocki

Join Farsheed Tari, Gary Coman, Omar Shaban and Mary de Wysocki in the Virtual Lounge of the conference to engage directly right after their session "Networking Academy Today and Tomorrow."

19 MARCH
Live Speaker Chat: Mike Yutrzenka and Laura Quintana
8:30-9:00 am PT
15:30-16:00 UT


Mike Yutrzenka and Laura Quintana

Join Mike Yutrzenka and Laura Quintana in the Virtual Lounge of the conference to engage directly right after their session "Stay One Step Ahead."
 
MODERATED CHATS WITH NETACAD TEAMS CISCO INNOVATORS DESCRIPTION

19 MARCH
Live Moderated Chat:  NetAcad Curricula & Assessment Teams
9:30-10:00 am PT
16:30-17:00 UT


Nilay Ghoghari, Thahn Le, Nathalie Barreneche, John Lim, Karen Alderson, Barb Termaat, Ken Stanley, Rob Meals, Telethia Willis, Jackie Barker

Come for a question and answer session with some of your favorite NetAcad teams focused on curricula and assessments.

Live Moderated Chat:  NetAcad NetSpace Team
10:30-11:00 am PT
17:30-18:00 UT

Bill Frey, Dave Free, Rick Vogt, Nilay Ghoghari, John Lim, Mukund Nair, Kimberly Jones

Come and ask any question you have ever had for Cisco NetSpace with the team dedicated to it success.

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WORLD TIME ZONE 2   SGT = Singapore.  [UT = London]

LIVE SESSIONS CISCO LEADERS DESCRIPTION

19 MARCH

Educating the Architects of IoE for Social Benefit

9:00-9:30 SGT

[18 March at 01:00-01:30 UT]

 

Harbrinder Kang, VP Corporate Affairs, Cisco

 

The world is changing quickly. IoE is the next industrial revolution. Come listen to Harbrinder Kang talk about how this will impact our students' future careers and enable them to become the future Global Problem Solvers for social good (with live Questions & Answers).

Networking Academy Today and Tomorrow

11:00-11:30 SGT

[18 March at 03:00-03:30 UT]

Farsheed Tari, Dir, Product Mgmt and Mktg; Gary Coman, Dir, Learning and Collab Eng; Omar Shaban, Dir, Global CA Oper; Mary de Wysocki, Dir, Collab for Social Benefit

Come listen to Cisco NetAcad leaders discuss the many way we are helping our students move into the 21st century workforce. By NetSpace bringing new capabilities to connect, collaborate and innovate together, by our community and new partnerships bringing us new types of content, and by our working with other organizations enabling us to innovate new collaboration tools, we are enhancing the student learning experience to prepare them for their future careers (with live Questions & Answers).

20 MARCH

Stay One Step Ahead

9:00-9:30 SGT

[19 March at 01:00-01:30 UT]

 

Mike Yutrzenka, Sr Dir, Corp Affairs, and Laura Quintana, Sr Dir, Corp Affairs

 

How can students stay ahead of the Internet of Everything opportunity? How can instructors stay ahead of the changes coming from all directions? How can NetAcad stay ahead of the rapidly evolving world of technology? And how can everyone stay ahead using NetSpace to connect, collaborate, and innovate for a life-long learning experience that brings economic empowerment to individuals and their communities? Come and learn how to get the most out of the Networking Academy experience (with live Questions & Answers).

 

CHATS WITH SPEAKERS CISCO LEADERS DESCRIPTION

19 MARCH
Live Speaker Chat: Harbrinder Kang
9:30-10:00 SGT
[18 March at 01:30-02:00 UT]


Harbrinder Kang

Join Harbrinder Kang in the Virtual Lounge of the conference to engage directly right after his session "Educating the Architects of IoE for Social Benefit".

Live Speaker Chat: Farsheed Tari and guests
11:30-12:00 SGT
[18 March at 03:30-04:00 UT]

Farsheed Tari, Gary Coman, Omar Shaban, Mary de Wysocki

Join Farsheed Tari, Gary Coman, Omar Shaban and Mary de Wysocki in the Virtual Lounge of the conference to engage directly right after their session "Networking Academy Today and Tomorrow."

20 MARCH

Live Speaker Chat: Mike Yutrzenka and Laura Quintana
9:30-10:00 SGT
[19 March at 01:30-02:00 UT]


Mike Yutrzenka and Laura Quintana

Join Mike Yutrzenka and Laura Quintana in the Virtual Lounge of the conference to engage directly right after their session "Stay One Step Ahead."

 

MODERATED CHATS WITH NETACAD TEAMS CISCO INNOVATORS DESCRIPTION

20 MARCH
Live Moderated Chat: NetAcad Curricula & Assessment Teams
10:30-11:00 SGT
[19 March at 02:30-03:00 UT]


Nilay Ghoghari, Thahn Le, Nathalie Barreneche, John Lim, Karen Alderson, Barb Termaat, Ken Stanley, Rob Meals, Telethia Willis, Jackie Barker

Come for a question and answer session with some of your favorite NetAcad teams focused on curricula and assessments.

Live Moderated Chat: NetAcad NetSpace Team
11:30-12:00 SGT
[19 March at 03:30-04:00 UT]

Bill Frey, Dave Free, Rick Vogt, Nilay Ghoghari, John Lim, Mukund Nair, Kimberly Jones

Come and ask any question you have ever had for Cisco NetSpace with the team dedicated to it success.

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ON-DEMAND SESSIONS FROM CISCO INNOVATORS AND ACADEMY INSTRUCTORS

ON-DEMAND CISCO AUDIENCE DESCRIPTION
Networking Skills Gap Research Dara West, Amanda Cumberland ALL What Cisco has learned about the Networking Skills Gap and how our courses can help you prepare your students for the job market.
NetSpace Updates Dave Free, Bill Frey ALL A brief update on the NetSpace platform—one year old and still improving!  Come learn about some of the new features.
Courses, What's New? Thanh Le, Nathalie Barreneche ALL Overview of all NetAcad courses that address emerging skills.
Embrace Your Competitive Side Bob Schoenherr, Tracy Granlund ALL Strategies to incorporate competitions like NetRiders and WorldSkills into your classroom environment.
Pursuit of Employment Julie Chrysler ALL Beyond the tech skills, how do you teach your students to look for a job?  This session will provide you with the tools necessary to help (NetAcad Advantage, Webinars).
Got Skills? Julie Chrysler, Jackie Barker ALL An overview of the skills needed for the Internet of Everything.
Goodbye and Good Luck Tracy Granlund, Harry Wang ALL New strategies being implemented in Networking Academy to encourage lifelong skills development and engagement.
What to Expect When Partnering: 3rd Party Content Jorge Leiton ALL An overview of how Cisco intends to partner to bring new content to the community that will assist students in getting jobs.

What Do I Do Now?

Joy Hall, Lance Anderson, Kara Sullivan ALL How do you find help when you need it?  Where should you turn?  Learn more about the various ways ASCs, ITCs, and Cisco can assist you should you need help.

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ON-DEMAND  INSTRUCTORS AUDIENCE DESCRIPTION
A Teaching Topology Robert Cannistra, Marist College CCNA R&S Want to use advanced topologies with your CCNA R&S students? Provide students with an advanced topology as a layered approach to advanced topics. This topology could be built in a classroom lab as a group project or in Packet Tracer as an individual project. You might use this as a mid-term or end of course practical assessment, or simply for furthering your own knowledge.
Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Basic Configuration and Operation Jim Riedmueller, US Army National Guard Professional Education Center CCNA Security Learn basic configuration requirements and walk through the configuration of the ASA to support those requirements.
Advanced OSPF - Multiarea OSPF Dale Henninger, Inver Hills Community College CCNA R&S An overview of multiarea OSPF including LSA types, route summarization, and inter-area/external summarization.
Best Practices for Managing Cisco CCNA R&S Classroom Equipment Dwight Hughes, Clark College CCNA R&S Learn best practices for managing Cisco CCNA R&S classroom equipment.
Case Study: Build a Network Based on the 3 Layer Hierarchical Model Michael Keller, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology CCNA R&S The new CCNA R&S topics allow for the creation of a realistic network model that integrates Layer 3 switches, EtherChannel and HSRP.
EtherChannel Simplified Robert Cannistra, Marist College CCNA R&S Learn the fundamentals of EtherChannel, including when to configure, how to configure and what to look for when troubleshooting.
Introduction to Firewalls and the Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Jim Riedmueller, US Army National Guard Professional Education Center CCNA R&S An introduction to firewalls including identifying the different types of firewall and the functions they perform.
Introduction to Single-Area OSPF Dale Henninger, Inver Hills Community College CCNA R&S An introduction to OSPF including the information necessary to implement a single-area OSPF network.
Job Skills Activities for IT Essentials Sharon Hain, Mesa Community College IT Essentials Incorporate activities into IT Essentials to help your students be job-ready.
Making HSRP Fun and Practical Cheryl Schmidt, Florida State College at Jacksonville CCNA R&S Learn what HSRP is all about, why HSRP is so popular, and configurations that show how it might be used with multiple VLANs.
Network Address Translation on the Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Jim Riedmueller, US Army National Guard Professional Education Center CCNA Security Examine how NAT is configured on the ASA.
Packet Tracer Variable Manager Step-by-Step Steve Stiles, Rhodes State College ALL Learn to create Packet Tracer Activities with variables using a step-by-step approach.
Packet Tracer Dynamic Instructions and Isomorphs Step-by-Step Steve Stiles, Rhodes State College ALL Learn to create Packet Tracer Activities with dynamic instructions along with isomorph topologies using a step-by-step approach.
Practical Troubleshooting Cisco Style: Layer 1 & 2 Troubleshooting Pete Anderson, TRECA Educational Solutions CCNA R&S, CCNA Security, CCNP Series: explore the art and science of troubleshooting, troubleshooting methodologies, and structured versus unstructured maintenance schedules.
Practical Troubleshooting Cisco Style: Layer 3 Troubleshooting & Tools Pete Anderson, TRECA Educational Solutions CCNA R&S, CCNA Security, CCNP Series: explore the art and science of troubleshooting, troubleshooting methodologies, and structured versus unstructured maintenance schedules.
Practical Troubleshooting Cisco Style: The Art & Science of Troubleshooting Pete Anderson, TRECA Educational Solutions CCNA R&S, CCNA Security, CCNP Series: explore the art and science of troubleshooting, troubleshooting methodologies, and structured versus unstructured maintenance schedules.
Practical Troubleshooting Cisco Style: Troubleshooting Methodologies Pete Anderson, TRECA Educational Solutions CCNA R&S, CCNA Security, CCNP Series: explore the art and science of troubleshooting, troubleshooting methodologies, and structured versus unstructured maintenance schedules.
Struggling to Finish the First Two Courses of CCNA R&S - One Academy's Approach Jeff Mason/Rod Thompson, Newport High School CCNA R&S How do you keep all the rigor and fit it in? Review a detailed calendar along with all our labs modified to fit in a 40-45 day class.



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