2009 - 2010 COURSE OUTLINE TEMPLATE Course Code: DAGR - 1620: Fall Term Semester Offering: Credit Weight: Fall 0.50 Course Title: Lecture and Lab Hours : Computer 1 Fall: Lab.: 2 hr. Instructor Name(s): Cindy Chandler, Administration Room 204, x61447 (Jim Fisher) or email Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Calendar Description: Upon completion of this course, students will be expected to be able to send and receive e-mail on campus, create a professional looking document and design an effective presentation using Microsoft Word and PowerPoint 2007. Evaluation Weekly lab participation/exercises 50% Mid Terms 20% Final Final Exam 30% TOTAL 100% Method of Presentation Course Delivery: Students will learn by doing. The ‘doing’ is backed up by demonstrating. We are using a textbook that is mandatory for the lab work and a great reference book for your future use of each application. You are encouraged to learn how to work through the text material in an effective manner. Each week labs will have class discussion and exercises that are to be completed and emailed to me by end of class. Work sent outside of the lab period will not be marked unless prior arrangements have been made. Course Outline: A case study and pertinent data files will be used for both Microsoft Word and PowerPoint 2007. The case study and data files will provide a variety of relevant business applications. Required textbook purchased as a bundle of 3 for Computers 1 & 2, Illustrated Series Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint, Excel 2007 $190 Weekly Course Outline DAGR- 1620 Computer 1 DATE Week Lab # C O N T E N T - Topics Sept 8-11 1 Lab. Orientation Week Sept 14-18 2 Lab. Computer Orientation – Email – Creating Documents with Word 2007 Sept 21-25 3 Lab. Editing Documents Sept 28– 4 Lab. Formatting Text, Paragraphs, Documents Oct 2 Oct 5-9 5 Lab. Creating and Formatting Tables and Graphics Oct 12-16 6 Lab. Review for Mid Term Oct 19-23 7 Lab Mid Term Oct 26-30 8 Lab. Multipage Documents with References Nov 2-6 9 Lab. Creating PowerPoint Presentations Nov 9-13 10 Lab. Modifying and Inserting Objects in Presentations Nov 16-20 11 Lab. Finishing a professional looking Presentation Nov 23-27 12 Lab. Inserting Illustrations, objects and media clips Nov 30- 13 Review for Final Dec 4 “Successful people always keep learning” Dec 7-18 14 Final Exam Course Prerequisite(s): None Course Restriction(s): None Text Book(s) Required: Required textbook purchased as Reference Material: a bundle of 3 for Computers 1 & 2, Illustrated Series Handouts in class, Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint, Excel 2007 $190 Additional Course Requirements: Students are advised to save copies of all assignments in your personal campus computer I-drive. Additional Information: This is a core Course for skills requested in the workplace and for personal career success.
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