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    Oct 21, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    I would recommend this course for several reasons, the first being that it is extremely fun and anyone could enjoy given the chance it deserves. Computers are part of our every day lives, whether were involved or indifferent about it. Being one of the most useful and dynamic technological inventions thus far, computers involve maintenance and engineering. What this class does is covers the maintenance aspect of systems. The class involves a very good overview of personal computer hardware, covering theory and allowing the students to dive into hands on work with systems, tools, and hardware.

    Course highlights:

    The highlights of this course included a lot of the hands on labs we did. While i did enjoy the theory I am more of a hands-on learner. Being able to work with the hardware has allowed me to become a better technician and has given me confidence that I'll be more prepared and knowledgeable as continue to study and grow. Not only is this course fun, there is plenty to take from it and it will help you learn a lot about yourself and the material if you make a commitment to the experience.

    Hours per week:

    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    A few things I really found were important with this class would be to show up (even if you feel like you're comfortable with your progress). This will allow you to stay with the material and get the work done, and get comfortable with learning at a more challenging level. Another tip I would suggest is to find a pace and strategy that's comfortable for you. Because it's a competency based course, it's a safe bet that you'll be happy with your scores if you stay within your means while challenging yourself. I found that a lot of students, including myself, got a lot of the theory (quizzes, major tests, final test) completed before the labs. This made it a little more fun because i could get an overview of the material and be familiar with it as i went through the labs. This might not be everyone's strategy for the course, however. That's why I would stress the freedom this course allows. I really agree with the teaching style because as a transfer student this showed me once again that college has a lot to do with what you as the student makes of it. It's a rewarding course and a fun one that could get anyone who's interested in computers in some way involved and engaged.

    • Fall 2016
    • David Khuene
    • Yes
    • Great Intro to the Subject Participation Counts
    • Profile picture
    Oct 21, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    I would recommend this course for several reasons, the first being that it is extremely fun and anyone could enjoy given the chance it deserves. Computers are part of our every day lives, whether were involved or indifferent about it. Being one of the most useful and dynamic technological inventions thus far, computers involve maintenance and engineering. What this class does is covers the maintenance aspect of systems. The class involves a very good overview of personal computer hardware, covering theory and allowing the students to dive into hands on work with systems, tools, and hardware.

    Course highlights:

    The highlights of this course included a lot of the hands on labs we did. While i did enjoy the theory I am more of a hands-on learner. Being able to work with the hardware has allowed me to become a better technician and has given me confidence that I'll be more prepared and knowledgeable as continue to study and grow. Not only is this course fun, there is plenty to take from it and it will help you learn a lot about yourself and the material if you make a commitment to the experience.

    Hours per week:

    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    A few things I really found were important with this class would be to show up (even if you feel like you're comfortable with your progress). This will allow you to stay with the material and get the work done, and get comfortable with learning at a more challenging level. Another tip I would suggest is to find a pace and strategy that's comfortable for you. Because it's a competency based course, it's a safe bet that you'll be happy with your scores if you stay within your means while challenging yourself. I found that a lot of students, including myself, got a lot of the theory (quizzes, major tests, final test) completed before the labs. This made it a little more fun because i could get an overview of the material and be familiar with it as i went through the labs. This might not be everyone's strategy for the course, however. That's why I would stress the freedom this course allows. I really agree with the teaching style because as a transfer student this showed me once again that college has a lot to do with what you as the student makes of it. It's a rewarding course and a fun one that could get anyone who's interested in computers in some way involved and engaged.

    • Fall 2016
    • David Khuene
    • Yes
    • Great Intro to the Subject Participation Counts
    • Profile picture
    Oct 21, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    I would recommend this course for several reasons, the first being that it is extremely fun and anyone could enjoy given the chance it deserves. Computers are part of our every day lives, whether were involved or indifferent about it. Being one of the most useful and dynamic technological inventions thus far, computers involve maintenance and engineering. What this class does is covers the maintenance aspect of systems. The class involves a very good overview of personal computer hardware, covering theory and allowing the students to dive into hands on work with systems, tools, and hardware.

    Course highlights:

    The highlights of this course included a lot of the hands on labs we did. While i did enjoy the theory I am more of a hands-on learner. Being able to work with the hardware has allowed me to become a better technician and has given me confidence that I'll be more prepared and knowledgeable as continue to study and grow. Not only is this course fun, there is plenty to take from it and it will help you learn a lot about yourself and the material if you make a commitment to the experience.

    Hours per week:

    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    A few things I really found were important with this class would be to show up (even if you feel like you're comfortable with your progress). This will allow you to stay with the material and get the work done, and get comfortable with learning at a more challenging level. Another tip I would suggest is to find a pace and strategy that's comfortable for you. Because it's a competency based course, it's a safe bet that you'll be happy with your scores if you stay within your means while challenging yourself. I found that a lot of students, including myself, got a lot of the theory (quizzes, major tests, final test) completed before the labs. This made it a little more fun because i could get an overview of the material and be familiar with it as i went through the labs. This might not be everyone's strategy for the course, however. That's why I would stress the freedom this course allows. I really agree with the teaching style because as a transfer student this showed me once again that college has a lot to do with what you as the student makes of it. It's a rewarding course and a fun one that could get anyone who's interested in computers in some way involved and engaged.

    • Fall 2016
    • David Khuene
    • Yes
    • Great Intro to the Subject Participation Counts

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