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Fact Sheet Information Systems 100 (ISys 100: Excel) r1/19/11 2011 Winter Block1 Information Systems 101 (ISys 101: PowerPoint) —This Fact Sheet is a quick reference of critical information for this term to be used in addition to the syllabus posted on Blackboard—(see Route Y) – NOTE: Subject to Change!!! Weekly Class Sessions: 151 TNRB (Provo); See BYU class schedule for YOUR section times Please attend the following required orientation lecture (learn how to “Pass” the course) : o Jan 4 Orientation Tuesday 5:00, 6:00, 7:00 in 151 TNRB (Note: The Salt Lake Center orientation is Wednesday 5 Jan 7:30 in 101 SLC) The following weekly class sessions will be held in 151 TNRB (BYU Provo): o Jan 11 Review lessons 1 & 2; Orientation Review (for late registrants) - Doug o Jan 18 Review lessons 3 & 4 - Anthony o Jan 25 Dr. McKell: Enrichment Lecture A (Bonus points) – Skyped to SLCenter o Feb 1 Review lessons 5 & 6 - Matt o Feb 8 Dr. McKell: Enrichment Lecture B (Bonus points) – Skyped to SLCenter o Feb 15 Review lesson 7 and Final Exam - Nick o Feb 24-Thurs Final Exam due date Required Course Materials (If the bookstore is out of any of these materials you must order one through the bookstore.) 1. ISys 100 text: Excel 2010 Second Edition , McKell & Hall (For Winter 2011) 2. ISys 101 text: PowerPoint 2010 Second Edition , McKell & Sullivan (For Winter 2011) 3. MyITLab software - One copy is enough for both Excel & PowerPoint. For instructions on MyITLab
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