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CGS2570 Fall-2011 - Week 1 Assignments

CGS2570 Fall-2011 - Week 1 Assignments - Syllabus...

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Syllabus Assignment due Saturday, Sep 3 Introduction: This assignment is designed to ensure that everyone understands the syllabus and the rules for this course. It is also used as a test to see if you are able to upload an assignment and use eDesktop. If you have trouble uploading, let me know as soon as possible, so I may assist you. If you have trouble with eDesktop, you must contact ITS via phone so they can walk you through making a connection. Requirements to receive 100% on this assignment: 1. Make a connection to eDesktop. a. This is a test to confirm that everyone understands how to use eDesktop. This is the one time that everyone must use eDesktop . If you have Office 2010 (including Access 2010), then you will not need to use eDesktop after completing this assignment . If you do not have Access 2010, then, when we get to the Access portion, you will need to use eDesktop or come to a UWF lab to work on the Access module. I do this test and ask you whether you have Access now, so that no one is surprised at the last minute with the Access module. If you do not have the full Office 2010 suite, and do not wish or have the ability to come to a UWF lab, then you will need to use eDesktop to do at least some of your projects. b. Instructions on how to connect can be found on the eDesktop content page. You will need to log into Argus and go to the Software tab to access eDesktop. c. Once you have eDesktop open, start Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, and log into eLearning (elearning.uwf.edu) from within eDesktop.
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