syllabus_1105_fa09 - CPSC1105 Fall2009...

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CPSC 1105 Fall 2009 81173, 81178, 81181, 81185 Course Syllabus CPSC 1105 Introduction to Information Technology This syllabus is subject to change prior to the start of the course. Instructor Wayne Summers E-mail:   [email protected] Office:  CCT 453 Office Hours:   MW 10-12, 5-6 pm, 7:15-7:45 pm, TR 9-9:30 am, 10:45-12 Contacting Me:  For issues related to this course, please email me within  MyITlab. If you need to discuss something with me personally but cannot do  so during my posted office hours, please feel free to contact me to arrange a  more appropriate time.  Office Phone:   (706) 565-5037 Department Phone:   (706) 568-2410 Department Fax:  (706) 565-3529 Web Site:   http://csc.colstate.edu/summers  
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Required  Textbook Title:   GO!  Technology in  Action,  Complete (6th  edition)  (includes  MyITLab for GO!  with Microsoft  Office 2007) Authors:  Evans,  Martin, Poatsy Publisher:  Prentice Hall ISBN:  0558199712 Year:  2009   Course  Description Prerequisites – none.  This course provides an introduction to computer and information  technologies. It discusses the nature of information, computer hardware,  software, communications technology, and computer-based information  systems. The theory is complemented by practical work aimed at gaining  basic proficiency with different types of widely used application software.   Course  Objective Upon completion of this course, students will demonstrate an appreciation of  the role of information technology in modern society. They will be familiar with  the principal components of computer hardware and the functions of different  types of software that make computers useful in daily life. They will  demonstrate a basic understanding of the processes involved in the  development of software for problem solving, and the life cycle of information 
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systems. Students will be introduced to modern data communication  technology including the Internet and the World Wide Web. They will be aware  of various issues related to computer security and privacy. Students will obtain  basic practical skills necessary for manipulating and presenting information in  a productive way. Software packages used will deal with word processing,  spreadsheets, presentation graphics, databases and Web page creation.   Course  Outcomes The following are this course's outcomes: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the role of information  technology.  o Strategies and Actions used to produce the outcome:  Study the application of information technology in  everyday life.  Class discussion about what an information system  is, and aspects of information technology. 
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