This is a class of technical computer literacy. Students can expect to learn about computers in a general way and how computers affect the way we live and work. Students will be given an opportunity to become familiar with typical applications of software such as word processors, spreadsheets and database applications. Other topics will include the use of the internet, creation of web pages, and simple programming concepts. No previous computer experience is required.
- Current Offering: Fall 2009!
- Class: 10:05-11:25, Tuesdays and Thursdays, CS 127
- Instructor: Dr. Stephen Brooks
- Office Hours: Fridays, 1:00-2:00, CS 327
- Tomorrow's Technology and You, Complete (9th Edition), by George Beekman, Prentice Hall.
- GO! with Microsoft Office 2007 Introductory (3rd Edition), by Shelley Gaskin, Prentice Hall.
This class is open to Arts and Social Sciences and Health Education students only. This class cannot be counted towards the Bachelor of Commerce or a Minor in Business.
See the Dalhousie – Intellectual Honesty handout.
Late Submission Policy
All course assessments including labs, assignments and exercises must be handed in on time by the specified due date. Work handed in late will not be considered and will be graded zero.
All grades for all assessments are final and not subject to negotiation. Changes to grades will only be made when an error has been made in the addition of marks.
There are five items that will make up the final grade for this course:
- 15% In-class Quizzes
- 35% Assignments
- 25% Midterm Test
- 25% Final Test
- Midterm Test: October 22nd, 2009
- Final Test: December 1st, 2009
- First Quiz: October 6th, 2009
- Second Quiz: November 10th, 2009
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