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1 KENNEDY KING COLLEGE One of the City Colleges of Chicago BUSINESS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT COURSE: CIS 120 INTRODUCTION TO MICROCOMPUTERS COURSE SYLLABUS Fall 2017 I. Instructor Information Name Ms. Perpetua Ruiz CCC Phone (773) Office Location Y271 TR: 08:20 a.m. - 09:20 a.m. and 01:00 p.m. - 01:50 p.m. Office Hours S: 09:00 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. II. Course Information Current Semester and Year Fall 2017 IAI Code Prefix and Number BUS902 CCC Course Subject, Category Number, and Computer Information Systems, 120, Section D Section Number CCC Course Title Introduction to Microcomputers1 Method of Delivery Face-to-face Credit Hours 3 credit hours Contact Hours 3 contact hours Prerequisite(s) Current Catalog Description None As per the catalog: Fundamental concepts of computer information systems as applied to microcomputers in business and personal use; includes hands-on experience with a variety of microcomputer software. Writing assignments, as appropriate to the discipline, are part of the course. Not more than three credit hours will be counted towards the CIS/IT degree requirements. Additional earned credit hours up to six will be counted towards elective credit and requires the Consent of Departments Chairperson 1

2 Required Textbooks To order your textbook, follow this link: ccc.edu/departments/pages/bookstores.aspx III. Section Information KKC Course Number Length of Course 16 weeks, 8/28/17-12/14/17 Class Meeting Days and Times Building and Room Number TuTh: 09:30 am 10:50 am KK Bldg. Y Room Y110 Other Course Materials USB flash drive: Storage device for electronic files: 1GB (size:1 Gigabyte or bigger) Office 365 Software: As a City Colleges of Chicago student, you are eligible for a free copy of Microsoft Office for Windows or Mac, as well as tablets or phones. To access your Office 365 login to your Online Microsoft Outlook account. In Office 365 you have support from the following features: o Online Microsoft Office Applications Use Word, Excel, PowerPoint anytime and anywhere as long as there is internet access o Microsoft Office Application Download Download the free Microsoft Office Suite through your Office 365 account Note: To download Microsoft Office do the following: On the KKC home page find the section shown in the picture bellow, Click on the Office box and follow the step by step instructions. 2

3 COURSE OBJECTIVES Familiarize students with the microcomputers environment as it pertains to the Windows platform. Specifically this course will provide students with an in-depth study of the concepts of: Windows, Access and use the Internet, to upload, download files, create and use accounts, share files Learn how to use word processing, spreadsheets, database and presentation software as they apply to business and personal use This is a hands-on course in which you will use a microcomputer to learn the four most popular programs within the Microsoft Office Suite. You will learn to be an intermediate level user of the Microsoft Office 2016 Suite. METHODS OF INSTRUCTION This course will employ the following methods Lecture Discussion Slideshow presentations Hands-on activities (low and high tech) Project-based learning Academic games/competitions Group work/cooperative learning Use of technology in instructional delivery (multimedia, online resources, videos, infographics, etc.) Use of Blackboard correspondence Independent Study Lab activities Online activities COURSE WEBSITE(S) Microcomputers.pbworks.com BLACKBOARD ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS Open a browser (use one of these, Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer) In the address box type and press the enter key 3

4 Click the Student tools tab In the drop list click blackboard Login to Blackboard (use your username and password) In the course list click 1183_31533: FALL 2017 CIS 120 D KK Follow the instructions to work in Blackboard the assigned activity You can access Blackboard also by doing the following Go to ccc.blackboard.com and enter your CCC user name and password. Your course will appear once you are logged in. If you do not have (or forgot) your CCC username and password, go to my.ccc.edu and click on the link at bottom of the screen to retrieve your username. IV. METHODS OF ASSESSING STUDENT OUTCOMES STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to: Demonstrate proficiency in the operation of the Windows 10 Operating System environment (basic and frequently used commands) Create and use accounts Use the cloud to create, save, upload, download and share electronic files Utilize the Internet as a research tool Create and/or modify documents using Microsoft Office Word 2016 Create and/or modify presentations using Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2016 Create and/or modify spreadsheets using Microsoft Office Excel 2016 Create and/or modify databases using Microsoft Office Access 2016 Create and/or modify electronic files created with one Microsoft Office 2016 application by importing and/or exporting information from electronic files created with a different application METHODS OF ASSESSMENT For each credit hour of class, plan to spend at least two hours each week working on your assignments, which could be, projects, homework, MyItLab activities, portfolios, etc. therefore, for this three credit hour class you should spend a minimum of six hours on these activities. The following are the assessments applied regularly. a) Class projects: Projects A and project B (students are assisted by the instructor in the classroom and by the tutors in the tutoring lab. b) Class progress: Percentage of work during class period (project A and project B) done in the classroom c) Homework: Two projects done outside the classroom (at home or in the tutoring lab Y218). The student must have the students data files (saved in the flash drive) d) Quizzes: A short test of approximately 15 questions (true or false, or multiple choice, or matching) on terminology or implementation of commands. e) Tests: Online exams available on the MyItLab online course (One test per application, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access) f) Muddiest points g) Writing assignment h) PowerPoint presentation 4

5 i) Electronic portfolio j) Hard copy portfolio Note: The class projects are done in the classroom (Projects A and B). Do not work the projects ahead of time; you will not receive a grade for this work. WRITING REQUIREMENT: a) Research paper: Write a five page research project. (Apply MLA Style). The topic for this paper must be approved by the instructor (present a draft by the end of week 6). This paper is due the second day of class of week 8. b) PowerPoint presentation: Create a PowerPoint presentation to demonstrate your ability to use clip art, pictures, and videos to enhance it (include between 10 to 12 slides). It is due by the end of week 11) Note: Inform your instructor about the topic you have chosen for your research paper ASSESSMENT DISTRIBUTION BY POINTS OR PERCENTAGES Category Total Points Percentage Class projects (13 chapters) 13 * 14 = % Class progress (13 chapters) 13 * 10 = % Homework (13 Chapters) 13 * 10 = % Quizzes (13 chapters) 13 * 05 = % tests (4 tests) 4 * 90 = % Writing assignment (Research paper) % Writing assignment (PPT % presentation) Elect. portfolio (flash drive and cloud) % Hard copy portfolio % Total: % Thirteen class chapter-projects (13 chapters) W1, W2, W3, E1, E2, E3, A1, A2, A3, PPT1, PPT2, PPT3, IP GRADING SCALE Point System: 1000 total assigned points Grade A if total assigned points 900 Grade B if 800 total assigned points < 900 Grade C if 700 total assigned points < 800 Grade D if 600 total assigned points < 700 Grade F if total assigned points < 600 ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTIONS 5

6 Class projects: Projects A and B in each chapter are worked in the classroom (do not work ahead of time class projects) Homework: These are projects posted in MyItlab and must be worked outside the classroom Tests: are posted in MyItlab Writing assignment; The student is free to choose a topic and submitted to the instructor for approval (before midterm week) Quizzes: Usually include true or multiple choice questions (10 or 15 questions) ASSESSMENT RUBRIC Every project is accompanied by a rubric For the research paper and the PowerPoint presentation the instructor provides the rubric to the students V. INSTRUCTOR POLICIES CLASSROOM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT EXPECTATIONS OF STUDENTS: Attendance is mandatory. Consistent tardiness is not tolerated two tarries are considered as one absence. Students are expected to turn in all work on time. Late assignments are NOT ACCEPTED unless prior approval from the instructor. Class participation is essential for the student s success. Participation grade includes attendance, timely homework submission, commands demonstration (using the classroom s computer and projector) There is no tolerance for cell phone usage, excessive chatter among peers, text messaging, and inappropriate comments, you will lose 25% of your class progress grade each time you leave the classroom or your name is called for disrupting the class. All assignments should be turned in to the instructor on the specific class deadline. ed assignments to the instructor are not accepted unless stated by the instructor. These s should be sent to Blackboard address for the course or to any other account specified by the instructor EXPECTATION OF INSTRUCTOR: The instructor will begin and end each class session on time. The instructor will be prepared for each class session. The instructor will be available during office hours and will be otherwise accessible via , Blackboard and/or office phone. The instructor will return work promptly The instructor will make sure that the students are competitive when they finish the course, not only academically, but through ethics and behavior. Note: In order to create a safe and healthy learning environment for all students in the class, it is critical that you treat your fellow students and your instructor with respect and consideration. Disruptive and/or disrespectful behavior can result in removal from the class and possible dismissal from the college. Some disruptive behavior examples are defined for this course as: 1. Sleeping 2. Cell phone ringing and text messaging during or outside of classroom during class period 3. Verbal and non-verbal expressions that display disregard for feelings of others 6

7 4. Coming to class late and disrupting the class with inquiries about what is going on 5. Coming in and leaving the classroom to take care of personal business 6. Talking to peers around you during class time 7. Surfing the Web during class, for purposes no related to the class lecture 8. Have electronic objects hanging from your ear, neck or/and pocket If a student is found working on other courses assignments, or on previous assignments, or printing documents no related to the current class materials, or surfing the Internet, he/she will be marked absent and given zero points to any class activity assigned in that class period. Any act of classroom disruption that go beyond the normal right of students to question and discuss with the instructor the subject content will be reported to the Department Chair, and the student will be removed from the classroom temporarily or permanently depending on the seriousness of the student's behavior. Note: Food and drinks are prohibited in the computer labs. Please be cooperative and respectful of the classroom environment, go to the cafeteria located in the W building in case you need to have breakfast or lunch, keep your food and drinks inside your purse or book back to comply with the computer labs regulations All students are expected to review and abide by guidelines outlined in the Academic and Student Policy, which can be accessed at ccc.edu/menu/pages/policies.aspx ATTENDANCE Attendance is mandatory. Attendance and punctuality are expected for each one of the class periods. Regular class attendance will maximize your computer programming skills for your personal and professional future. If a student has been absent 20% of the classes (six classperiods from a total of 30 class-periods) during this academic period, the student will be withdrawn from the class (the student will not be reinstated). This is a hands-on course, the student must come to class in order to learn and use the concepts, methods, and procedures covered in this course and hand in the assignments on time. Make the effort to be on time. Your attendance will be P (present) or A (absent). Absences are a reason for you to be withdrawn from the class; experience has shown that good attendance is related to good performance. District and College attendance policies are listed in the college catalog and the Student Policy Manual: STUDENT SUPPORT AND COMMUNICATION Talk to your instructor during his office hours if you need assistance with the course material or a personal situation that is interfering with your success in this class. Do not wait for the last minute when you find that you could not make up missed work your instructor to report an emergency that will prevent you to attend classes or submit the assigned work. LATE AND MAKE UP WORK In case you are lateness or absences, it is your responsibility to get the course notes, handouts, laboratory assignments, and visit the Web Site where your teacher posts announcements for all the students in the class. If you have a justification for submitting late the assigned work (no more than one week late) you will receive the total grade otherwise you will receive 75 percent of the total grade, if you 7

8 submit your assigned work two weeks late you will receive 50 percent of the total grade, later than 2 weeks late work is not acceptable. To be absent or late for a class period is not an excuse for not doing the assigned work on time EXTRA CREDIT/BONUS POINTS No extra credit or bonus points are awarded to students in this course ACTIVE PURSUIT CRITERIA Please be advised that the college and the Business and Information Technology Department expect each student to demonstrate that he/she is actively pursuing the course's objectives. If, in the judgment of the instructor, the student fails to demonstrate this active pursuit of the course's objectives, the student will be ADW and withdrawn from the course at midterm. To avoid an automatic ADW at midterm, the Business Department requires that the student must have at least a "C" grade OR have participated/submitted at least 30% of the course's assignments (including quizzes and tests). The foregoing does not preclude the instructor from setting a higher standard for active pursuit of course objectives. For this class, students will be considered as Actively Pursuing this course if 1. Student demonstrates frequent class participation 2. Student obtains the required materials 3. Student completes assignments, quizzes, homework, projects, and tests on time 4. Student attends classes regularly (at least 80% or more of the total classes already presented) VI COLLEGE POLICIES ADMINISTRATIVE WITHDRAWAL (ADW) Students are required to attend class. A student may be awarded an administrative withdrawal (ADW) at midterm if the instructor determines that the student is not actively pursuing completion of the course, based upon the instructor s active pursuit criteria..no SHOW WITHDRAWAL (NSW) Students are required to attend class. Students will be issued a no-show withdrawal (NSW) under the following circumstances: Courses that meet more than once per week: students who do not attend the first two (2) class sessions will be withdrawn from the class by the instructor and issued an NSW. Courses that meet once per week: students who do not attend the first class session of a course which meets only once per week will be withdrawn from the class by the instructor and issued an NSW. STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT All students are expected to review and abide by guidelines outlined in the Academic and Student Policy, which can be accessed at ccc.edu/menu/pages/policies.aspx. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY AND DISHONESTY CCC is committed to the ideals of truth and honesty. Students are expected to adhere to high standards of honesty and integrity in their academic endeavors. Plagiarism and cheating of any kind are serious violations of these standards and will result. In individual cases of academic dishonesty, sanctions may include one or more of the following: an F grade on an assignment where academic dishonesty occurred, a written warning, a failing grade for the course, and/or 8

9 issuing of an academic dishonesty withdrawal. The severity of the penalty is left to the discretion of the instructor. A student may appeal a finding of academic dishonesty. Additional sanctions may be imposed up to and including dismissal from CCC when circumstances warrant it and/or the revocation of a previously awarded degree or certificate. A student may appeal additional sanctions. VII. FEDERAL AND STATE STATUTES AND MANDATES AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) Kennedy-King College abides by the Americans with Disability Act and with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 ( and will provide reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities covered by these laws. If you have a disability for which you may require accommodations, please contact the Disability Access Center located in room W-108 or call (773) FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT (FERPA) Our college also abides by federal privacy laws on behalf of students and employees. For more information, go to VIII. RESOURCES STUDENT SUCCESS TUTORING Free Tutoring on Campus: Students are encouraged to get help and support with their studies by participating in individual and group tutoring through the Academic Support Services Department. Kennedy- King's Academic Support Centers offer free tutoring and academic support services to assist students in achieving personal and academic success. We encourage any student to seek tutoring to gain a deeper comprehension of course content and to enhance learning development. You can find tutors available in the following locations, Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm in the following locations: Main Office Y-161 CIS Lab Y-218 Math Lab Y-222 Reading/Writing Lab W-252 Science Lab Y-102 Want after hours help in math and/or English? The Learning Emporium in Library X-200 has open hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-8 p.m. GRADESFIRST GradesFirst is a student support system that will be used by faculty, advisors and tutors to help students achieve success in their classes. Use GradesFirst to schedule tutoring or advising appointments, or to see communications about your course progress generated by your professors. To access GradesFirst, go to Login, click Student Tools and then click GradesFirst ADVISING Academic Advisors are available to assist you at every stage of your education at Kennedy-King 9

10 College from clarifying education and career goals, to academic planning, to helping you succeed along your journey, to applying for graduation. Students can make an appointment to meet with their academic advisor by calling (773) , visiting the Advising office in W-240, or going online to GradesFirst (ccc.gradesfirst.com/home/). CAREER PLANNING AND PLACEMENT Kennedy-King Career Planning and Placement provides comprehensive services to help you make informed decisions about careers. We also help you successfully transition into the workforce. Make an appointment in the U-Building Room 2X1 or call COMPUTER LABS Computers and print stations are available for students to write a paper, research for class, or check . Student computers are located in the Open Computer Lab (W-255) and Library (X- Building). DISABILITY ACCESS CENTER The Disability Access Center (DAC) works directly with students and in coordination with faculty and administrators to facilitate reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities; the DAC strives to remove barriers to equal access and create a campus environment of inclusivity. Any student with a disability, including a temporary disability, who is interested in reasonable accommodations, should contact the Disability Access Center as soon as possible. It is the student s responsibility to contact the Disability Access Center and no accommodations will be made in the classroom unless directed and approved by the Disability Access Center. The contact information is as follows: (773) The DAC is located in Room W-108, and is open Monday Friday from 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. LIBRARY Kennedy-King College Library is located in the X building. Students can find information for their research through the library s databases as well as check out and take home circulating books. For library use, choose from encyclopedias, or subject Reference books. Course Reserve books and textbooks for classes are available to check out and be used within the library. The Library has 29 computers to assist with research assignments. Laptops can be checked out for 2 hours and are for in library use only. For more information and for our library hours, go to ccc.edu/colleges/kennedy/departments/pages/library- System.aspx. TRANSFER CENTER The Transfer Directors on your campus are here to help you transition to your dream school. Services include Transfer Advising Scholarship Research Assistance Campus Tours Schedule College Representative visits to Kennedy-King College Transfer Fairs Transfer Workshops, Information Sessions and Conferences 10

11 College Application Assistance (Application Fee Waivers and Complimentary Transcripts) Extensive Transfer Resources Center Exposure to Transfer Partnership Agreements / Articulation Agreements Stop by the Transfer Center in W-118 or call (773) to learn more. VETERAN SERVICES CENTER The Veterans Services Center is a centralized, on-site source of support and access to veterans- specific information and resources. Our mission is to improve the overall capability, resources, well-being and success of all veterans attending Kennedy-King College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago and to assist them with transferring to institutions of higher learning and entering the workforce. Our Veterans Services teams are staffed by veterans and skilled professionals...so we understand the unique challenges our returning veterans face when making the transition from active duty military to college life. Not only do we provide one-on-one services, our Veterans Services Centers also provide a welcoming environment where veterans can meet and network with other veterans, relax, or study. We encourage you to take advantage of the services we provide and look forward to welcoming you to Kennedy-King College! Stop by the Veterans Service Center in V-229 or call (773) to learn more. WELLNESS CENTER If poor study skills, stressful life circumstances or any other personal challenge is hindering your Student Success, free confidential help is available on campus at the wellness center! Stop by V-138, call (773) , or OTHERS 1. GRADE S COMPLAINT: If any of the student s grades (Except final grade) has been erroneously calculated, contact the instructor via , within two weeks of the day you have received the grade. Overdue grade s complaint will not be considered 2. GRADE APPEAL POLICY: The appeals policy applies to the course final grade only. There is an Appeal Procedure for Instructional Grading (see Student Policy Manual, Part V, for the complete Grade Appeal Process). The appeal process must be accomplished within one term (excluding the summer term) of the final grade s assignment. 3. STUDENT S COMPLAINT: If the student has a personal complaint go to select the option Submit a Compliment or Complaint and follow the given instructions. 4. INCOMPLETE POLICY: Students will not be given an incomplete grade in the course without a sound reason and documented evidence of illness or other reasons for not completing the course assignments and/or exams. In any case, for a student to receive an incomplete, he or she must have a passing grade of at least C and must have completed a significant portion of the course (at least 75% of the course work). 5. Group Participation: Students will be placed in groups of two, they may collaborate with each other by helping to understand or use a definition or instruction, however, they must not do the typing or clicking part. 11

12 6. Book and flash drive: Every student must bring the textbook and the flash drive to every class. These items cannot be shared. If a student come to class without Book and/or flash drive, he or she will be considered absent, even if she/he decide to stay in the classroom, such student must not demand or suggest to other students to share these items, if a student s files are found in another student s flash drive, both students will receive zero points for that assignment. 7. Seating Accommodations: At the teacher s discretion, you would be assigned a seat during the class period (any class period) 8. Access to computers: In order to do the assignments and homework you must have access to computers. You may use the computer labs Y108, Y109, Y110 when they are available, the library s computers, the CIS tutoring room Y218 and room W255, to work the assigned projects. In case you don t have a computer at home. 9. CHEATING POLICY: Students are expected to uphold the school s standard of conduct relating to academic honesty. Students assume full responsibility for the content and integrity of the academic work they submit. The guiding principle of academic integrity shall be that a student s submitted work, examinations, reports, and homework must be the student s own work. Students shall be guilty of violating the honor code if they: 1. Present the work of others as their own (copy and/or print files that belong to another student in this class or other class, lend your storage device to another student, copy answers on exams or glance at nearby exams). 2. Use or obtain unauthorized assistance in any academic work. 3. Give unauthorized assistance to other students. 4. Misrepresent the content of submitted work. 5. Turn in assignments that have been used in other classes 6. Borrow, purchase, or sell assignments or exam materials Any student violating the honor code is subject to receive a failing grade for the course and will be reported to the Dean of Students. If a student is unclear about whether a particular situation may constitute an honor code violation, the student should meet with the instructor to discuss the situation. For this class, it is permissible to assist classmates in general discussions, general advice. Interaction is encouraged. Each person, however, must develop his or her own solutions to the assignments and homework. In other words, students may not work together on graded assignments. Such collaboration constitutes cheating. A student may not use or copy (by any means) another s work (or portions of it) and represent it as his/her own. You will be penalized in the same way, if your work is used by other student. If you cheat, some or all of the following actions will be taken: o You will receive a zero for that particular assignment or exam. o A report of the incident may be forwarded to the Business and Information Technology Department s Chair. o A report of the incident may be forwarded to the Dean of Student Services. The Dean may file the report in your permanent record and/or take further disciplinary action. 12

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14 CIS 120 Introduction to Microcomputers Course Outline & Assignment Sheet Instructor: Ms. Perpetua Ruiz Office: Y271 Instructor s Office Phone: (773) CIS 120 Web sites: ccc.blackboard.com, microcomputers.pbworks.com, Topics and In-Class Activities Descriptions Week 1: August 29 August 31 Syllabus. Blackboard, course Web Sites, create groups (2 students). Know your book. MyItLab registration and enroll Windows 10 chapter 1: Getting Started with Windows 10 (or 7 or 8) Download Student data files. Project 1A Reading Assignments (Online chapter reading) Due Read Ch1: Getting Started with Windows 10 In Windows 10 chapter 1 Complete project 1A Do project 1C Grd Assignmen ts Due Week 2: September 05 - September 07 Windows 10 chapter 1: Getting Started with Windows 10 Project 1B Office 2016 Features Projects 1A and 1B create personal account, Cloud computing: OneDrive (share with the teacher) Complete project 1B Do project 1D Read Ch1: Introduction to Microsoft Office 2016 features Complete projects 1A and 1B Week 3: September 12 - September 14 Quiz 0n Windows 10 Quiz on Office 2016 Starts Word 2016 Word Ch 1: Creating Documents with Microsoft Word 2016 Project 1A Project 1B Complete (do) Project 1A, and Project 1B (from book) Do Project 1E, 1F, 1G (at the end of chapter) 14

15 Week 4: September 19 - September 21 Take Quiz_Word_Chapter1 Word Ch 2: Using Tables and Templates to Create Resumes and Cover letter Project 2A Project 2B Week 5: September 26 - September 28 Take Quiz_Word_Chapter2 Word Ch 3: Creating Research Papers, Newsletters, and Merged Mailing Labels Project 3A Project 3B Special assignment: Research paper (abstract: 10 lines paragraph). Consult with your instructor Do Project 2A and Project 2B (from book) DO Projects 2E and 2F, and 2G (at the end of chapter) Complete (do) Project 3A and Project 3B (book) Do Project 3E, 3F, and 3G (at the end of chapter) Week 6: October 03 - October 05 Take Quiz_Word_Chapter 3 Word 2016 Exam Starts PPT 2016 PowerPoint Ch1: Getting Started with Microsoft PPT Project 1A PPT: Complete (do)project 1A and Do Project 1E, (at the end of chapter) Week 7: October 10 - October 12 PPT Project 1B Take Quiz PowerPoint Chapter1 PowerPoint Ch 2: Formatting PowerPoint Presentations Project 2A PPT: Complete (do)project 1A and Project 1B Do Project 1E, 1F, 1G (at the end of chapter) : Complete or (do) Project 2A Do Projects 2E Week 8: October 17 - October 19 Project 2B Take Quiz PowerPoint Chapter2 PowerPoint Ch 3: PPT: Complete or (do) Project 2A and project 2B Do Projects 2E, 2F, 2G (at the end of chapter) PPT: Complete or (do) Project 3A Do Projects 3E, (at the end of chapter) 15

16 Enhancing a Presentation with Animation, Video, Tables, and Charts Project 3A Week 9: October 24 - October 26 Project 3B Word Research paper due Take Quiz_PowerPoint Chapter 3 PPT exam PPT: Complete or (do) Project 3A and Project 3B Do Projects 3E, 3F, 3G (at the end of chapter) Week 10: October 31 November 02 Starts EXCEL 2016 Excel Ch1: Creating a Worksheet and Charting Data Project 1A Project 1B Take Quiz Excel Chapter1 Week 11: November 07 November 09 Excel Ch 2:Using Functions Creating Tables, and Managing Large Workbooks Project 2A Project 2B Take Quiz Excel Chapter2 Week 12: November 14 November 16 Excel Ch 3: Analyzing Data with Pie Charts, Line Charts, and What- If Analysis Tools Project 3A Excel special assignment (credit card debt) Project 3B Take Quiz Excel Chapter3 Week 13: November 21 November 23 Excel exam Starts ACCESS 2016 Access-Ch 1:Getting Started with Microsoft Access 2016 Project 1A, Project 1B Do Project 1E, 1F, 1G Excel: complete or do project 2A and Project 2B Do Projects 2E, 2F, 2G Excel: complete or do project 3A and Project 3B Do Projects3E, 3FF, 3G Access: Complete or do Project 1A and Project 1B Do Project 1E, 1F, 1G 16

17 Project 1A Project 1B Take Quiz_Access Chapter1 Week 14: November 28 November 30 Access Ch 2: Sort and Query a Database Project 2A Special project: Create a database for a rental property management Project 2B Take Quiz_Access Chapter2 Week 15: December 05 December 07 Access Ch 3: Forms, Filters and reports Project 3A Project 3B Take Quiz_Access Chapter3 Starts Integrated projects Project 1A Week 16: December 12 December 14 Day 1 Submit and discuss your research paper Access Exam Integrated project 1B PowerPoint Presentations Copy flash drive Hard copy portfolio Access: Complete or do Project 2A and Project 2B Do Project 2C, 2D, 2G Access: Complete or do Project 3A and Project 3B Do Projects 3E, 3F, 3G Complete Integrated projects 1A, and 1B Instructor: Mrs. Perpetua Ruiz August,

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