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2022SP-CIS-110-0040Page 1Rev. 07282017; 07132018; 06152020, 06222021Face Coverings in Class and LabAs stated in RCC's Student Code of Conduct, all students are considered responsible adultsand are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with generally accepted standardsof behavior that are pertinent to providing all members of the College community with asafe environment that demonstrates respect for other persons, respect for property, andthat contributes to a positive learning environment; and, any behavior deemed by Collegeofficials to be a violation of accepted standards or decency or safety, or which threatens thecampus working or learning environment, or which are prohibited by local, state, or federallaw. In recognition of this responsibility, and in response to the best available science,every student must wear an appropriate face mask/covering that covers their nose andmouth while in the classroom and all other indoor public spaces. This mandate is subject tochange as conditions evolve and guidance from the relevant governmental and publichealth organizations is revised. Students who are not properly wearing a face covering willbe asked to leave the classroom; they may return when they follow this basic public healthrecommendation. Faculty are not responsible for providing any make-up instruction oractivities beyond what is already being offered to the class. Refusal to leave will result in astudent conduct violation and campus security will be notified. A number of disposablemasks are available across campus. It is the student’s responsibility to procure a mask.Course InformationCIS-110-0040 &CIS-110-0041Introduction to ComputersTerm: Spring 2022OnlineCourse Location: VirtualClass Hours:2Clinical/Work Experience Hours:Lab Hours: 2Credit Hours: 3Course Census [10%] Date: 1/20/2022Course Withdrawal Date: 3/22/2022Instructor InformationMs. Kristin MerrittEmail Address: [email protected]Office Location: VirtualWeb site:Rockingham Community CollegeTelephone: 336-344-0029Office Hours: Virtual – Thursdays 7pm – 8pmDepartment Chair/Program Director/Dean InformationMrs. Sarah EvansEmail Address:[email protected]Office Location: Office Location:ADT 107-C
2022SP-CIS-110-0040Page 2Rev. 07282017; 07132018; 06152020, 06222021Mrs. Sarah EvansEmail Address:[email protected]Telephone:336.342.4261, ext. 2113Course Delivery MethodsInternet/Asynchronous Online:Class instruction is delivered exclusively online. Class includeslearning activities and content that students are expected to engage independently and ontheir own time. While students are free to engage the material at the time most convenient forthem, assignments are expected to be completed by the indicated due dates.Course DescriptionThis course introduces computer concepts, including fundamental functions and operations ofthe computer. Topics include identification of hardware components, basic computeroperations, security issues, and use of software applications. Upon completion, students shouldbe able to express the role and function of computers and use the computer to solve problems.

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Term
Fall
Professor
lowery
Tags
Academia, Personal computer, Cengage Unlimited

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