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ITE 115Introduction to Computer Applications and ConceptsSyllabusCourse InformationInstructorCourse:ITE 115Name:Necmi Mutlu PhDFormat:In classEmail:[email protected]Section:03Phone:703764 7397Semester:Fall 2018Office:CC 122 C Annandale CampusDate/Time:TuTh 11:00_12:15OfficeHours:Tu & Tr : 11:00 -12:15PM and 2:00-3:15PMLocation:CT 106Course Objectives and NVCC Course Content SummarySelect the link for further details onNVCC Course Content SummaryCourse DescriptionCovers computer concepts and internet skills, and uses a software suite which includes word processing,spreadsheet, database, and presentation software to demonstrate skills required for computer literacy.Course Prerequisites/Co-requisitesRecommended Pre-requisite - Keyboarding skillsTechnical CompetenciesBasic Blackboard knowledge is assumed.Review the link forBlackboard Tutorials.Textbooks for the class:1.Technology In Action Complete15th Editionby Evans, Mart, Poatsy2.Go! With Microsoft Office 2016Volume Iby Gaskin, Vargas, Geoghan, Graviett3.XHTML5 and web publishing Tutorials4.W3Schools HTML Tutorials5.W3Shcools CSS TutorialsRequired Materials/Software/Hardware1.Office 365 or Microsoft Office:Pearson MyLabIT virtual tool. If you desire to have a desktop Microsoft Officeapplication, you may download and install Office 365 using the link available from Bb home page. Please notethat this Bb version of Office 365 doesn’t include Access.2.Notepad++ from. Download the latest version.3.HTML and CSS Tutorials from.4.Microsoft Application Tutorial from.Page 1 of 6
ITE 115Introduction to Computer Applications and ConceptsCourse Grading, Examinations, & Grades CompositionYour final grade is based on the following scale:A 90 - 100, B 80 – 89, C 70 - 79, D 60 - 69, F 0 – 59Proctored WorkTotal Percentage60%Grade CategoryPercentageQuizzes, Tests, Exams for Concepts and Applications45%In Class Activities15%Quizzes, Tests, Exams for Concepts and Applications3 Excel Grader Projects (20, 30, and 30 points)80 points3 Word Grader Projects (20, 30, and 30 points)80 points3 Access Grader Projects (30, and 30 points)60 points3 PowerPoint Projects (20, 30, and 30 points)80 points12 Quizzes (12.5 points each)150 pointsTotal450 pointsIn Class ActivitiesHTML Project (proctored)60 pointsOpen activities as selected by instructor (Proctored)90 pointsTotal150 PointsNon-Proctored WorkTotal Percentage40%Grade CategoryPercentageHomework Concepts and Applications10%Hands On Homework Word8%Hands On Homework Excel8%Hands On Homework Access6%Hands On Homework PowerPoint8%Homework Concepts and ApplicationsExcel Lab80 pointsWord Lab80 pointsAccess Lab60 pointsPowerPoint Lab80 pointsHTML Lab100 PointsTotal400 pointsPage 2 of 6
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