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CPSC 1105 Technological Solutions Spring 2004 CRN 21012 Dr. Wayne Summers – Instructor [email protected] Department of Computer Science Office Hours: By appointment only Kimberly Pak – Teaching Assistant Contact through Webct email ONLY **To email through Webct select Wayne Summers on the menu list Room 431 Center for Commerce and Technology Department of Computer Science Office Hours: Monday: 4:00pm-5:00pm Tuesday: 4:00pm-6:00pm By appointment Course Objectives : 1. Students successfully completing this course will gain knowledge of Technological Solutions and the Microsoft Office 2002 programs. They will be able to use these programs at a beginning and intermediate level. 2. Students will learn Windows, Word, Excel, Power Point, Access, and Front Page. 3. Students will develop critical thinking and technical skills through study of texts and exams. Required Materials : A computer with internet access Webct account SAM/TOM access code & student tutorial ISBN: 0-619-17309-2 How to buy the SAM/TOM access code & student tutorial : Logon to www.course.com and type 0-619-17309-2 in the search box or go to: http://www.course.com/catalog/product.cfm?isbn=0-619-17309- 2&CFID=2252528&CFTOKEN=65655977 Purchase the item Daily Assignment : The Board of Regents suggests two hours of outside preparation for each credit hour course . In an asynchronous course, students should add three hours to compensate for the seated class time and therefore expect to study a minimum of nine hours each week. Since students' ability to read for content varies this is only an estimate of required reading and study time. Students will be expected to read, study, and work all projects assigned before the posted exam date. A
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tentative schedule of topics is provided below. Any deviation from this schedule
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