From inside Fetch, establish a connection with the IATH computer
Sparta - User id: sparta
Marmots - User id: marmots
Trout Central - User id: trout
Terry's Kids - User id: terry
3 Against 1 - User id: three
Once you are in the team's directory you will see the following directories:
week1 (week of Mar.27)
week2 (week of Apr.3)
week3 (week of Apr.10)
week4 (week of Apr.17)
week5 (week of Apr.24)
week6 (week of May 1)
Put the image files that you have created into the directory for the week you are working in and you will be all set; they will automatically be put into a Web page for you.
Go to the IATH home page http://jefferson. village.virginia.edu and find LAR702 - Town Planning in Post-Suburban America. You will then be at the course home page and you will see links to each of the teams at the bottom. Click on your team name and you will go to your teams home page. There will be a button called "Build" which will initate the construction page. Enter your team name, select the week number and then select "Begin".
On this page will be the file names of image files you have submitted highlighted as hyperlinks to the images themselves (if you have also placed gif images into your directory then the thumbnail images will also appear). There will also be blank fill-in boxes to submit captions and descriptions to accompany each image. Fill in those boxes with the appropriate text; you can change or correct the text by simply moving the cursor and backspacing over the text to be changed.
After you have completed your work on the design of the page hit The "Begin" button at the bottom of the page; this will initate the construction of the new Web page for that week. You must press either the "Begin" or "Cancel" button next to it before you leave this construction page; do not simply go "Back" in Netscape or you will leave it incomplete.
We will be relying on the A-School computer lab in order to access the World Wide Web (it can also be accessed from most of the other computer labs on grounds). You may need to customize the software to your own need when you go to use it; here are some guidelines for doing so.
When you go to login to a machine, always reboot (control-alt-delete) or reset the machine. This should avoid problems in connecting to the server.
Enter your user id and password at the prompt, then type "win" at the C: prompt to load Windows.
From Windows open the Netscape folder and double-click on the Netscape icon to start Netscape.
In order to be able to view images in the best manner you will want to configure Netscape to use an external image viewer. To do this, go to the Options menu, select Preferences and then Helper Applications. Find the mime type: "images-jpegs" and pick LView application, then select "launch application".
From within LView pick Options and then set "Fit on Load-Always".
To access the MOO conferencing environment you will need to establish a separate Telnet connection to the IATH computer using a separate window.
From the Main Window open the UVA LAN Workplace folder and double-click on the Host Presenter application.