Lab Syllabus

Lab Syllabus - I T 103 Introduction to Computing Course Lab...

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Course Lab Syllabus Semester: Fall 2011 Section 211 Instructor: NITYA DENNIS Email: [email protected] Class Day/Time: Monday 9-10.15AM Office Hours: Office Location: 5503,Engineering building Lab Text Book Kendal/Hunt. Fundamentals of Computing, 3 rd edition. Customized E-book. ISBN: 978-0-7575-8556-2 Software You do not need to buy any software for the course. All software is installed in the lab to complete in-lab exercises. For homework assignments, you can use Johnson Center or IN hall open labs. The course uses Microsoft applications on Windows operating system, Zotero, and Google applications. General Education Course The General Education mission statement is in the University Catalog (p. 9) and on the web at Information Technology General Education Course Learning Outcomes Almost no area of academic, professional, or personal life is untouched by the information technology revolution. Success in college and beyond requires computer and information literacies that are flexible enough to change with a changing IT environment and adaptable to new problems and tasks. Copyright © 2011 Kamaljeet Sanghera.
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course IT 103 taught by Professor Sangjara during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.

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Lab Syllabus - I T 103 Introduction to Computing Course Lab...

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