CS 140 Introduction to Computers
S2J 2009 IN
Monnin, Robert P.
Masters, Management Information SystemsBS, Management/Computer Information Systems
June 1 - July 20 2009
5:30 - 9:50 PM
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Link to Class RubricCourse Topic/Dates/Assignments: Welcome to CS 140 - Introduction to Computers. The next few weeks will require intensive effort to complete the Textbook assignments, Lab assignments, Quizzes and Tests, and Discussions.
Textbook: The course texbook assignments will provide information about Information technology concepts, the Internet and World Wide Web, application and system software, computer hardware components, telecommunications and the relationship to Information Technology, file, databases, and e-commerce. How Information Technology affects society will also be a part of the course.
Week 1 - Introductions and course expectations. Presentations and lecture, MS Windows XP exercise
Week 2 - Presentation/Lecture, Microsoft Word 2007 exercise. Quiz 1
Week 3 - Presentation/Lecture, Microsoft Word 2007 exercise continued. Quiz 2
Week 4 - Presentation/Lecture, Microsoft Word 2007 exercise continued. Mid-Term
Week 5 - Presentation/Lecture, Microsoft Excel 2007 exercise. Quiz 3
Week 6 - Presentation/Lecture, Microsoft Excel 2007 exercise. Quiz 4
Week 7 - Presentation/Lecture, Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 exercise. Quiz 5
Week 8 - Class discussion, Group presentations. Final exam
The instructor reserves the right to submit edits and changes to this schedule as needed.
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