CGS2570 Fall-2011 Syllabus

CGS2570 Fall-2011 Syllabus - yllabus

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COURSE SYLLABUS Course Prefix, Number and Reference Number: CGS2570.0332 Course Title: Personal Computer Applications Course Credit Hours: 3.0 Course Meeting Days/Times and Location: None - FULLY ONLINE Instructor Name and Contact Information John Bolyard, Ed.S. Email: [email protected] (primary means of communication) Office: Bldg 4, Rm 239 Office Hours: ONLINE Teaching Assistant (TA): Scott Berrevoets [email protected] Online Office Hours David Cox [email protected] Online Office Hours Michael Sobleski [email protected] Online Office Hours Prerequisites or Co-requisites: None Course Description: Internet-based online course that provides practical experience with popular application packages. Students typically learn to use word-processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software. Required for CIS majors, but may not be taken for credit by CS majors. About the Course: This course is fully online, and eLearning is heavily used. You must have consistent access to the Internet. Learning at a distance may be a very different environment for many of you. You will generally set your own schedules, participate in class activities at your convenience, and work at your own pace. You may require some additional time online during the first few weeks while you become acclimated to the online format, and you may even feel overwhelmed at times. It will get better. You should be prepared to spend sufficient time per week online completing lessons, activities, and participating in class discussions. Finally, you may want to incorporate these tips to help you get started: Set a time each week to: Check the course Web site to determine your tasks for the week. Check the course Web site frequently throughout the week for updates. Within the first week, become familiar with the site and how to use it. It is a tool to help you learn. Check the "Classlist" link "?" for fellow-student biographical information and email addresses. Ask questions when you need answers. If you have problems, contact your instructor early. Required Text (Office Chapter 1 and Word Chapters 1 through 4 have online links in the Content area for those who have trouble getting the textbook in the first few weeks): Syllabus http://hostsited2l.uwf.edu/content/enforced/846780-0332CGS2570201. .. 1 of 6 8/22/2011 11:14 PM
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Exploring Microsoft Office 2010, Volume 1 Grauer, Poatsy, Hulett, Krebs, Mast Prentice Hall, 2010 ISBN-13: 978-0-13-612232-6 WITH 180-DAY TRIAL/STUDENT VERSION OF OFFICE 2010 CD: ISBN-13: 978-0-13287081-8 Note: The CD that normally accompanies the text is not required. Those files are available from the publisher's site. Note: The additional CD with the 180-day trial Student version of Office 2010 accompanies the text when using the second ISBN. The bookstore is only charging an extra $15.50 for the suite to be included--not a bad deal. Required Materials:
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