Nelson_Anastacia_IT_1010_93765_Summer2017_Syllabus

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CENTRAL NEW MEXICO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (BIT) COURSE SYLLABUS Summer 2017 May 15, 2017- August 06, 2017 COURSE TITLE: Computer Concepts and Software Applications COURSE AND SECTION NUMBER: IT1010 Section: 301 CRN: 93765 CLASS TIME: 7:30am-9:15pm, Mondays/Wednesdays LOCATION: MJG104 COURSE CREDITS: 3 PRE-REQUISITE: IRW 0980 or appropriate placement scores RECOMMENDED PREREQUISITE: 25 wpm keyboarding skill INSTRUCTOR: Anastacia Nelson TELEPHONE: 224-4000 Ext. 50604 E-MAIL: [email protected] OFFICE LOCATION: MJG201 OR MJG115 OFFICE HOURS: 9:30am-10:30am, Mondays/Wednesdays Texts & Supplies Required Materials: MyITLab Stand Alone Access Code; ISBN#: 1323483683 – MyITLab New Design without eText for Skills College – Standalone Access Card, 1/e Required Software to work off-campus : ONLY Microsoft Office 2013 or MS Office 2016 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access ) (MS Office 365 loaded on your PC is the same as MS Office 2016) can be used for this course. ONLY Microsoft Windows can be used for this course . (Windows Versions 7, 8, 8.1, 10, etc.) Mac users must have Bootcamp or Parallels to install Microsoft Windows and MS Office 2013 or MS Office 2016. Students can get MS Office 365 (MS Office 2016) FREE from the following link: Supplies: Headphones, USB Storage Device and Folder/Notebook Course Description Introduces fundamental computer literacy, which includes hardware and software topics, with lecture and hands-on instruction. Computer applications include operating systems, word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, databases and the basics of using networked computers (e.g., email and the Internet). Student Learning Outcomes Students completing this course will: 1. Navigate myCNM Web services. 2. Utilize CNM Learn/Blackboard Learning Management System. 3. Describe basic information technology terminology. 4. Identify and use hardware components of IT systems. 5. Describe and apply concepts of file management. 6. Describe the basic concepts of application and operating systems software. 7. Describe the basic concepts of information management, databases, and database management systems. 8. Identify and explain important ethical, security, and privacy issues in information systems 9. Use Internet search engines for research. 10. Describe and use IT systems for communications (e.g., word processing, presentation software, email, etc.). 11. Create and use spreadsheets. IT1010 SUM2017-Master Syllabus 12 Week MW Schedule Page 1 of 8 Revised
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12. Use databases (e.g. CNM library and MS Office Access). Attendance/Tardy/Withdrawal/Drop Policies Attendance Policy Students enrolled for credit or audit are expected to attend all class sessions. Instructors will take attendance. Absences do not relieve students of the responsibility for missed assignments and exams. A student with excessive absences may be dropped from a course (See withdrawal/drop policy).
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