CGS 2100 - CGS 2100 Sections 001 014 Spring 2008 This...

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CGS 2100 – Sections 001 - 014 Spring 2008 This syllabus is tentative and may be modified during the course of the term. Instructors: Office Phone E-mail Office Hours Susan Cook BSN 2400 974-2690 [email protected] Thurs. 5:00 - 6:00 Dennis Walpole BSN 2402 974-2545 [email protected] Thurs. 5:00 - 6:00 GAs: Shu-Shan Chen BSN 2400 974-0776 [email protected] Wan-Hsuan Lin BSN 2400 974-0776 [email protected] During Lab Sessions Andreina Orozco BSN 2400 974-0776 [email protected] Oma Singh BSN 2400 974-0776 [email protected] Luis Espejo BSN 2400 974-0776 [email protected] Text: Microsoft Office 2007 Illustrated Introductory, Windows XP Edition; Beskeen, et al.; Course Technology Lecture: Thursday, 3:30 – 4:45 – BSN 1100 Lab Sessions: Scheduled by section on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday (see attached schedule) Web Site: http://coba.usf.edu/CGS2100 Course Objective: To develop a level of computer proficiency in the use of business productivity software that will meet the requirements of university coursework and entry-level employment. Proficiency will be achieved by completing: 1. Weekly assignments and quizzes covering knowledge of concepts and terms in the text 2. Project assignments using four of the applications of MS Office 2007 3. Document assignments using four of the applications of MS Office 2007 Course Structure: The course is structured to cover Windows XP and four applications of MS Office 2007. Each application will be discussed and demonstrated in the lecture session.
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