SyllabusCIS146F09 - CIS146 Introduction to Microsoft Excel...

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CIS146 Introduction to Microsoft Excel - Fall 2009 Welcome Welcome to CIS146 Introduction to Microsoft Excel. To better navigate this document, activate Document Map (View/Document Map). Course Information Prerequisite: strongly recommended: computer literacy and file management skills Credits: 3 Description: Introduction to the use of Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software for home and office. Provides an understanding of spreadsheet software and a spreadsheet as a productive and useful tool. Optional on-site instructional assistance (tutorials) will be available for this class at the Whidbey Island campus. This is not obligatory for either the student or the instructor. Students are encouraged to form online study groups that may be the basis for optional tutorials, dependent upon schedules, room availability and levels of participation. Either the instructor or a group of students (at least 3) may initiate a tutorial. Instructor Information Don Fotheringham Hayes Hall 104 Office Hours don. Day Begin End 360-675-6656 ext 5314 Wednesday 1:00 3:30 Thursday 1:00 3:30 or by appointment Materials Text : Title: Microsoft Office Excel 2003: Complete Concepts and Techniques Author: Shelley, Cashman, Quasney Publisher: Thomson, Course Technology ISBN: 1-4188-4359-8 Hardware : Flash (thumb) drive or comparable storage device (not zip disks) Software : Microsoft Office - Version 2003 (Version 2007 at your risk not supported in this class) QuickTime Player (free download at: ) 1
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Course Content Building a worksheet. Using formulas. Using windows. Graphing worksheet data. Printing a worksheet. Constructing tables. Course Objectives After completing this course, the successful student will be able to: Build a worksheet. Use formulas. Use windows. Graph worksheet data. Print a worksheet. Construct tables. General Education Outcomes After completing this course, the successful student will be able to: Identify and express concepts, terms, and facts related to a specific discipline. Identify, interpret, and evaluate pertinent data and previous experience to reach conclusions. Recognize, comprehend, and use visual communication appropriate to a given context. Apply successful organizational strategies of planning, goal setting, prioritizing, resolving conflict, and managing time to specific goals and/or projects. Interpret information and reasoning expressed mathematically (for example in spreadsheets, diagrams, charts, formulas, etc.). Communicate mathematical information effectively. Demonstrate an understanding of fundamental scientific concepts. Skills Designation
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SyllabusCIS146F09 - CIS146 Introduction to Microsoft Excel...

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