CS151 Windows Applications Spring 2008 Instructor: Yvonne C. Flores Email: email@example.com
Course Prerequisite • Completed OA101 (Keyboarding)
GCC Prerequisite Policy (Page 24) “Course prerequisites are courses to be completed or conditions to be met before a student is eligible to enroll in a specific course. A student who has enrolled in a course without first completing all course prerequisite may be disenrolled from that course by the College. Prerequisites are identified in program listings with a “+” sign.”
Course Prerequisite (continued): • Type at least 30 wpm. • Basic introductory skills of using Microsoft Word.
Course Prerequisite (continued): • Demonstrate creating, formatting, printing and saving a Word document.
Course Prerequisite (continued): • Demonstrate knowledge of document formats. • Creating Memos, Letters, Reports, etc.
Course Prerequisite (continued): • Basic introductory skills of using a Computer: • Power the computer On and Shut Down. • Move around the Windows Desktop. • Use the Mouse. • Start and Close any Windows application.
Course Objectives • Students will be using Microsoft Office 2003.
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: • Demonstrate introductory skills using: • Microsoft Excel 2003 – (spreadsheet) • Microsoft Access 2003 – (database) • Microsoft PowerPoint 2003–(presentation)
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: • Demonstrate introductory Intermediate skills using: • Microsoft Word 2003 – (word processor)
Course Objectives • Demonstrate Application Integration skills. • For Example: • Word and Excel • Word and Access • Access and Excel • Word and PowerPoint
Course Design (Web-Based) Accessible via the Internet through the MyGCC portal: • Syllabus • Course Schedule • Tests • Grades • Submitting Assignments
Course Materials • Book: • Microsoft Office 2003 by Pasewark and Pasewark • Storage Device • Flash Drive • Folder or Binder
Tips to Student SUCCESS • ATTEND class regularly and promptly. • PREPARE before class. • COMMUNICATE with instructor.
Tips to Student SUCCESS (contd.) COMPLETE: • Hands-on Step-By-Step Exercises • Hands-on End-Of-Lesson Reinforcement Projects
Course Preparation by Monday • Purchase your Book. • Review the layout of your book. • Bring Flash storage device. • Send me an Email.
Any Email sent to me: • Subject Line should include: • Course Number and Section CS151-1 • Short Subject ExampleSubject: CS151-1 Schedule Appt.
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