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Unformatted text preview: Lectures: The lectures will be used to amplify the material assigned from the text material in some cases. When possible and appropriate, the lectures will be used to discuss issues that become current because of developments in a rapidly changing technology. Questions from students are required in order to achieve the best understanding of the material in the course. If you have questions, ask them in class. Don't be selfish and try to ask questions away from the other students. III. Assignments & Topics Tentative Topical Outline (Spring 2014) Week Date Lecture Topic Labs Technology, Energy and Manufacturing 1 Jan 22, 24 Overview & Context, Field Trip details & discussion 2 Jan 27, 29, 31 From whence does this come? 4 3 Feb 3, 5, 7 History & Technology 5 4 Feb 10, 12, 14 Our Digital World: How Things Work and Why 0 5 Feb [17], 19, 21 Technology & Business Intelligence & Communications 6 Feb 24, 26, 28 Software for Computers 7 Mar 3, 5, 7 Business in a Web Centric World (Midterm 1) ii Mar 11- 14 Spring Break Bus374 Technological Perspectives for Business 1,2,3 6, A, B, i 7, 8, C, D page 3 8 Mar 17, 19, 21 Office Automation & the Electronic Office E, F, iii 9 Mar 24, 26, 28 Communications: LANs, WANs, the Internet & Web G, H, iv 10 Mar 31, Apr 2, 4 New initiatives- Social Networking Perspectives 11 Apr 7, 9, 11 Open Sources and the Cloud 12 Apr 14, 16, [18] Evolving Media & Multimedia vii 13 Apr 21, 23, 25 Vision & Reality (Midterm 2) L 14 Apr 28,30 May 2 New Trends & A Future 15 May 5, 7 Project Presentations May 12 Final - 10:00 AM (Monday) Labs: I, v J, K, vi core In order to develop a full appreciation of how technology operates in a business environment and how it can be used to assist in the management of a business, several lab assignments will be given. Of these, some are required so that you will finish the course with a certain minimum shared computer experience. The others will be optional and will assist you in completing various projects. Field Work/Projects: The Bay Area is unique in its contribution to the evolving technology for business. From the Santa...
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