Watch and take notes on this week’s lecture before proceeding.
Write a memo to Prof. Ellis that presents a basic numbered, process list for your Instruction Manual.
Write as much as needed to show the process in your instruction manual.
However, this is a draft–you may add, subtract, and change as needed later.
Include notes about what images to include with each step as appropriate (think of WOVEN).
We will look at the other components of your Instruction Manual next week.
Copy-and-paste your memo into a comment made to this post on our OpenLab Course Site.
11 thoughts on “Weekly Writing Assignment, Week 7”
To: Professor Jason Ellis
From: Ron Bepat
Subject: Instruction Manual Memo
Instruction Manual: How to create a website
1. Plan out your goal
This section is just a planning phase every site is different in their own way with different goas they want to achieve it’s important to make a website with a certain focus.
(I will be showing my personal process how I plan out my website again this is also a personal project I will be showing jobs how are my skills so this project will evolve as this assignment goes each step will have pictures as well.)
2. try to come up with a concept of what you’re looking for
After you know what type of website you would like to try your best to come up with concept what I like to do is draw a layout and find inspiration online which I will be showing through pictures.)
3. Start with creating your website (HTML) file
This is a step will be the first part of creating the website, open your software of choice to create your website, this manual will be using a program called KOMODO a very easy to learn software used to make different programs. If you’re not familiar with making a website the files website uses are called HTML files. The most up to date HTML files in the year 2021 are called a HTML5 file. This is the file that this instruction manual will be using today. (Picture shown)
4.Name the file
Next will be naming your file which is also important it should be a file name that is important as this will be where all your work will be stored. The name used in this instruction manual will be called “Ron’s Website.HTML” just for reference. (Picture shown)
5. start structuring the outline of the HTML file
What does it mean to structure your website file? If you’re familiar with coding it should be noted that you would want for your information, be neat and readable so when you go back to your website to edit more details in the future you will be organized and know where your information is located. It’s best to create a file that is neat, it is by programmer’s ethic that creating a website should be organized. If you’re familiar with writing an essay you should be able to know what these parts mean.
The first part is called the section this is where every single part of your HTML file information goes into. By the way every part must be inputted on a HTML twice that’s how it should be formatted. (Picture shown)
The second part is called the the only information inputted in the head is usually just the title of the website but before that you will have to finish structuring. (Picture shown)
The third part is called this is like the meat and potatoes of the information part of the website. An important section that will include every text that will be shown in your website.
6.Create a title
The title is the information you will see on the tab of the website. Why is this so important? Besides the home page of the website the next thing a person will see is the title part of the website which is on the tab. Some people looking at another’s person’s screens will instantly look at a person’s tab’s if they were nosey. This it’s why it’s important every site needs one if someone left their title blank it would be concerning or may make people think that this website isn’t professionally made it could be fake so that will make them click off. Make sure the title is appropriate to the website it’s about.
7.start inputting information in the body of the website.
After the title it’s time to input the important information in the body.
8. next start the designing process
After fixing some information for your website it’s time to make a design for your website by creating a CSS file.
9. next comes the Functionality
After the design process it’s time implement the java aspects of the websites which are the interactive aspects of the website.
10. finishing touches
Check each of your files go back to your HTML file and see what needs some fixing up.
11. testing phase
Check the java aspects of your websites buttons textboxes and everything works.
12. uploading site to the internet
13. managing your site
The site would be uploaded to the internet through website services.
To: Prof. Jason Ellis
From: Roshel Babayev
Subject: Installation guide for visual studio
1. Go to download page
2. Download the community installer
3. Run the installer and have it download all necessary updates
4. Select Community edition and hit next
5. Select languages you wish to have supported in your install
6. Hit install and wait
7. Launch visual studio
8. Login to your Microsoft account
9. Configure your own personal preferences
10. Create a project and start programming away
To: Professor Jason Ellis
From: Jiaqi Huang
Subject: Instruction Manual Memo
The purpose of this memo is to make a draft of a numbered steps list of the instruction manual project.
1.1. What is an android emulator
1.2. Why we better have an android emulator
2. How to choose an android emulator(pictures with their icons)
3. How to install an android emulator
3.1. Where to get resources and install
3.2. Steps of install(with screenshots of every step)
4. Basic setting after installed successfully.
4.1. Introduction of every option on the setting page
4.2. Personal suggestions of setting
5. Android applications
5.1. How to install applications to the emulator
5.2. Some examples of android applications running in the emulator (with screenshots)
To: Pro. Jason Ellis
From: Ulises Mora
Subject: Instruction Manual about How to Green Screen a Photo
1.1 Purpose (I would present the reason why I chose this topic to create this instruction manual)
1.3 Green screen
1.3.1 What is green screen (definition)
1.3.2 Why people use green screen is used (I will talk about some of the context where green screen is used)
1.3.3 Advantages of using green screen
1.4 Scope (I will present what you will be able to do and what you will not be able to do with this instruction manual (example you will be able to do green screen a photo but you will not be able to green screen a video))
2. Materials and equipment needed (In order to green screen, a camera is needed, a backdrop is needed, a photo is needed, a subscription of Adobe Premiere Pro is needed, a subject is needed, and a computer or laptop is needed.
3. Directions (For the directions I will present a photo or screenshot in every step presented)
3.1 Step 1 (Set up the green screen background)
3.2 Step 2 (Set up the subject)
3.3 Step 3 (Fix illumination and lights)
3.4 Step 4 (Take the picture)
3.5 Step 5 (Upload the picture on Adobe Premiere Pro)
3.6 Step 6 (Combined the picture with the background image to replace the green screen color)
3.7 Step 7 (Edit as you need to make the most realistic image quality)
To: Prof. Ellis
From: Rameen Khan
Subject: Instruction Manual Memo of Oracle VM VirtualBox
The purpose of the methods below will show you how to simply install VirtualBox on your machine’s host operating system. Depending on your hardware specifications, VirtualBox can easily run a variety of guest operating systems. Virtual Box saves system memory by configuring multiple operating systems instead of installing them one by one. We can also deploy a variety of configurations and services on it.
Step 1. Download the VirtualBox installer for your operating system from the official website (Windows in this case). https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads
Step 2. Run the VirtualBox installer.
Step 3. The GUI (graphical user interface) installation wizard should appear.
Step 4. By clicking on the installation directory and installed components, you may choose how you want features to be installed. You can leave the default values alone.
Step 5. Then, beneath shortcut options and file associations, check the checkboxes.
Step 6. verify that the VirtualBox network interfaces have been installed (click Yes).
Step 7. To begin the installation procedure, press Install on the Ready to Install.
Step 8. After you’ve finished installing VirtualBox, check the box that says start VirtualBox after installation.
Step 9. Click Finish to launch Oracle VM VirtualBox
Step 10. Open VirtualBox after you’ve finished installing it. You can see VirtualBox’s graphical user interface, which is consistent across all supported host operating systems.
Step 10. Conclusion
All Screenshots will be provided of all steps
TO: Prof. Ellis
FROM: Brandon Sosa
DATE: October 29th, 2021
SUBJECT: Instruction manual for installing and creating a virtual box
Open your preferred browser and go to “www.virtualbox.org”.
1. Click download “Virtual Box” it must be the updated version of it.
2. You must download the file depending on the operating system you are currently using.
3. Click and download it to the folder or downloads tab.
4. Once, downloaded double click to install it.
5. Leave everything as is, and continue to install
6. Click finish afterwards
7. Double click virtual box
8. Open up a tab in your preferred browser and go to Ubuntu.com, select desktop and then click download ubuntu. ( make sure it’s the updated version)
9. Next, open up ubuntu and then click new, and name the guest and the processor type (preferred 64 bit), next click how much memory you plan on using and then select “create a virtual hard disk”. Next, leave the option of dynamically allocated on so the guest host does not take more information from the hard disk.
10. After, click “create” to creat your virtual box.
11. In the details section, you are able to see how much memory, space is allocated to your virtual box.
12. Next, click storage to add the ISO file for ubuntu. Click control IDE, add and then select the disk and then click optical disk file and then on ISO file from ubuntu and then click open to open it.
13. If you’d like to have access to a folder that can be used in between your main device and the virtual box then click on details of ubuntu, go down to “Shared folders” and then click the plus icon and select “other”, click the folder you want to share and then press “okay”.
14. Then, click start in the upper left corner and it should open up your virtual-box.
15. Once, the screen loads, a pop up box will come up and it will ask you to install ubuntu, click it and check everything, select “continue” and then continue with the process of setting it up.
16. After setting everything up, it will ask you to restart the computer, click restart and wait for the computer to turn off and then let it turn back on again.
17. Once it’s restarted the virtual box is fully installed and ready to run.
To: Prof. Ellis
From: DeAndre Badresingh
Subject: Instruction Manuel for Installing a Virtual Machine Using Hyper-V Manager
Here is a basic numbered list for my instructional manuel;
Instruction Manuel for Installing a Virtual Machine
Using Hyper-V Manager
2.0 Pre-Setup Process
3.0 Advantages / Disadvantages
4.0 Step-By-Step Guide
7.0 Reference List
To: Professor Jason Ellis
From: Quazi Hedayet
Subject: Instruction Manual Memo of how to create an Android App
How to create an Android app:
Android Studio is a user-friendly (and free) programming environment. For this course, it is preferable if you’ve a basic understanding of the Programming language, since that is the native tongue used among Android.
1. Learning how to make an Android app.
If you want to create one from the bottom up, you ought to learn programming, that could make the service time-consuming. The best part is that there are countless internet tools that can assist you. These resources allow us to learn how to construct an Android app on your own.
2. If you want to build an app from the bottom up, you must first learn to code. You can use an app builder to develop one based on a template if you don’t want to learn to code.
3. Within only a few hours, you can design an app. It’s an excellent option for someone who doesn’t have the time to learn a programming language.
4. You must learn the programming language used to create mobile apps.
5. Then you must figure out how to put this information to use in order to create an app.
6. Java or Kotlin are used to develop Android apps. Since Kotlin is the primary language of Android Studio, we’ll focus on learning Java since it is more frequently used.
7. The Java Basics course in Treehouse’s Start Android curriculum teaches you well how to program in Java. Afterwards, it teaches the fundamentals of Android app creation. You’ll be capable of constructing basic android applications by the end of the program.
8. You can try a free beginner’s introduction to Java at CodeAcademy.
9. It’s now time to customize the Android app. You can improve the visual scheme as well as add text and photos. If you already have a Social page or website, our API will automatically pull all of the necessary data and add it to your app.
10. A further step is to populate your app with information. Now is the time to add any features who are not already present in the template.
Memo To: Professor Ellis
From: Hamzat Olowu
Subject: Instruction Manual Memo
How to solve problems with object-oriented programming
Have a basic idea on programming
1.1. Know what object-oriented programming is
1.2. definition and explanation of OOP
1.3. break down of some important concepts to keep in mind
2.1. Understand the problem
2.2. Break down the problem into small pieces of problems
2.3. Isolate and solve the small problems
2.4. Join the solved problems to create a solution to the original problem
3.1. Start programming
3.2. Create a UML diagram based on how you understand the task
3.3. Create the class based on the UML diagram
3.4. Create an object of the class to run some tests
3.5. Check for errors
DHCP service is a key component of your network infrastructure by allowing centralized ip address management on a single pool of servers. DHCP configuration is also part of CCNA and CCNP Enterprise certification curricula. This skill can be tested in lab environnement during exams ans it’s important for students to get used to DHCP configuration before taking the exam.
Packet Tracer 8.0 implements two methods for setting up a DHCP server in your network :
• Configuration of DHCP pools on Cisco routers or multlayer switches.
• Configuration of a standalone DHCP server appliance on the network and usage of the “ip helper-address” command on network devices for DHCP traffic forwarding outside each local broadcast domain. This tutorial will describe this method for implementing DHCP service in your network.
• IPSEC Tunneling allows network adminisrators to use the Internet to create secure connections between networks (teleworkers, remote sites, …). Cisco 2811 routers use the ISAKMP and IPsec tunneling standards to crete and manage tunnels. IPsec provides authentication (AH) and encryption (ESP) services to prevent unauthorized data access or modification. ISAKMP is the negotiation protocol that makes peers negociate on how to build the IPsec security association.
olution : Build another generic tunnel over IPSEC. Three options available in Cisco routers :
o Virtual Tunnel Interface (VTI)
o Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE)
o DMVPN and GET VPN
GRE over IPSEC has been working in Cisco Packet Tracer since at least version 6.0.1 . This tunnel design allows OSPF dynamic routing over the tunnel
To: Professor Ellis
From: Edwin Ascencio
Subject: Instruction Manual Topic on How to Verify Ohm’s Law using MATLAB
1.1 Purpose (What is Ohm’s Law and how can MATLAB help understand this principle)
1.,2 What is MATLAB
1.3 How do I install MATLAB (steps)
1.3.1 What are the advantages of using MATLAB
1.4 How can we use MATLAB to understand Ohm’s Law
2.1 Explain of the principles with ohms law
3.0 Create an example using numeric values to explain ohm’s and how each element correlates with ohm’s law
3.1 Breaking down the principle and applying the numeric values into MATLAB
3.2 Explain some of the commands we will be using to explain ohms law.
3.3 Steps by step and how to write code
3.4 Debug code if there is an error
4.0 Explain how to graph your results and obtain a visual interpretation of Ohm’s Law
4.1 Inserting labels and title onto graph to make analysis easier
4.1 Explanation on how each elements correlates with other elements relating to Ohm’s Law
4.2 Verify Ohm’s Law and draw conclusion from the graph
5.1 Why MATLAB is important
5.2 How we can apply MATLAB to other applications.