CS 140 Introduction to Computers
F1M 2008 CH
Cogger, Thomas William
Aug 18 2008 - Oct 12 2008
4:45 - 7:15 PM
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment: Students be graded on two exams, a Power Point presentation, GO! Microsoft Office 2007 exercises/SimNet Office 2007 exercises, and a term paper.
Late Submission of Course Materials:
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
Aug 26 Chapter 2 Using Info Tech/Lab exercise
Aug 28 Chapter 3 Using Info Tech/Lab exercise
Sep 02 Chapter 4 Using Info Tech/Lab exercise
Sep 04 Chapter 5 Using Info Tech/Lab exercise
Sep 09 Review/ Lab & SimNet Exercises
Sep 11 Mid-Term Exam / Term Paper due
Sep 16 Chapter 6 Using Info Tech/Lab exercise
Sep 18 Chapter 7 Using Info Tech/Lab exercise
Sep 23 Chapter 8 Using Info Tech/Lab exercise
Sep 25 Chapter 9 Using Info Tech/Lab Exercise
Sep 30 Chapter 10 Using Info Tech/Lab exercise
Oct 02 SimNet Exercises/PowerPoint Presentations
Oct 07 Review/SimNet Exercises
Oct 09 Final
* Instructor reserves the right to modify the schedule during the term to meet the needs of the class.
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