POFI 1301 IN, Computer Applications I (Introductory Office 2010) STUDENT INFORMANTION PLAN Spring 2013

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1 POFI 1301 IN, Computer Applications I (Introductory Office 2010) STUDENT INFORMANTION PLAN Spring 2013 INSTRUCTOR: Patty Balderas PHONE: CLASSROOM: MyBlackboard E MAIL:MyBlackboard or OFFICE: D211 Lab OFFICE HOURS: Evenings after 5pm, with an appointment. COMMUNICATING WITH THE INSTRUCTOR My work week is Monday through Friday. responses will be within 24 hours. For messages received on Fridays or holidays, responses will be on the following work day. The preferred method for communicating with the instructor is through the MyBlackboard . COURSE DESCRIPTION This course will provide students with basic and intermediate features of a current integrated software program used by industry (Microsoft Office Professional 2010). MATERIALS NEEDED Microsoft Office 2010: Introductory, Shelly ISBN Copyright 11 Edition 1, Binding Packaged & Collated (Sam 2010 included in the textbook bundle at the book store) Microsoft Office 2010 Professional software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook) Sam 2010 (bundled with textbook at ACC college store) USB/jump drive (do not save your work on the school's lab computers) For information on the textbook and other course materials, including details about how you can order your book online and have it delivered to you, visit the ACC College Store's Web page. COURSE COMPETENCIES 1. Student will develop an understanding of the concepts of a word processing, spreadsheet, graphics, and database management system. F1, F5, F7, C8 2. Student will demonstrate skill in the operation of a personal computer utilizing Microsoft Office Professional C8 3. Student will learn introductory and intermediate concepts and techniques. F1, F2, C7, C8 4. Student will demonstrate critical thinking through creating and revising typical business forms. F7 5. Student will demonstrate time management by meeting due dates for assignments and tests and organizing work, family, and personal schedules. C1, F13, F16 6. Student will demonstrate proofreading skill through the creation of documents. F1, C7, C8 COURSE COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS Students are expected to log into the course using MyBlackboard before the end of the first week of class. Students are expected to have all materials required for the class before the end of the first week of class. Students are expected to allocate a minimum of 6 hours a week during the fall/spring session to reading the chapters, interacting with course materials, completing and submitting assignments and exams on time. Students are expected to actively participate and interact with the instructor and other students using the MyBlackboard . Students are expected to have a workable computer that can access the course website. Students are expected to complete all assignments and exams by due dates.

2 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 1. Students are required to work on the class 6 hours a week during the fall and spring semesters. Lab D211 and D213 close at 9 p.m. Monday Thursday and at 5 p.m. on Friday. *The labs are not automatically unlocked by Campus Police in the morning. If you need to use the lab before it has been opened, please go to Campus Police. Also, you will need to check in and check out with Campus Police when you use the labs after 5pm Monday Friday or on the weekends. 2. Students are encouraged to make every effort to complete exams by the deadline. If you are unable to complete an exam by the deadline, you must notify the instructor as soon as possible. Exceptions will only be given in an emergency. You are limited to one emergency! If more than one test is missed, the others will receive a zero. Failure to do so will result in an automatic zero for the exam(s) missed. EXAMS CANNOT BE RETAKEN. 3. Assignments must be submitted via the Submit Assignments link in our class web site in MyBlackboard. Exams are taken via SAM Incompletes will not be given unless a student has completed a minimum of 75% of all assignments and tests and has experienced a true emergency near the end of the semester. The student must request the incomplete. 5. It is recommended that the student talk to the instructor before withdrawing. Current information can be found online in the Withdrawal section of ACC Schedule. Students who file withdrawal requests by the published deadline will receive a grade of W. 6. Only students registered for classes may attend lab. To avoid disruption of class/lab, children of enrolled students may not attend classes. Further, cellular phones, pagers, and other electronic equipment that may be considered disruptive to instruction should not be brought in the lab. In emergencies, students may be contacted through the Campus Police Office, (281) (See ACC Catalog). ASSIGNMENT POLICY/PRODUCTIVITY Time management is a necessary skill. The following policy has been implemented to stress the importance of planning and meeting due dates. Assignments must be turned in by the due date. You are allowed two late assignments during a semester with a maximum grade of 90 (10 points deducted) for the first late and an 80 (20 points deducted) for the second late assignment. After two late assignments, any additional late assignments will earn a grade of zero (0). Late assignments must be turned in no later than one week following the original due date. Assignments received later than one week following the due date will earn a grade of zero (0). ASSIGNMENTS Read and work through the assigned chapters. The chapters take you step by step thru the new features introduced. You will be completing the chapter project introduced in each chapter to turn in. You will also be completing the In the Lab exercises found at the end of every chapter. I also recommend you complete the Apply Your Knowledge exercises (do not turn in) prior to completing your assignments. DATA FILES Data Files can be downloaded from the Internet. Instructions can be found on the inside back cover of your text. You can also copy the data files off the school s network (on the Windows desktop, go to My Computer, N drive, Data folder, POFI 1301 Intro Office 2010 Student Data Files folder, and there you ll find folders for the individual software applications) in D213 and D211. Be sure to unzip the files once you have them saved in your jump drive; they are compressed. TESTS

3 Tests are taken after completing each software application. You will have 3 tests. Tests are taken using SAM I highly recommend that you utilize the training component and take the practice chapter tests in SAM. After completing a practice test you can generate a study guide in the reports and can see which tasks you missed. You can go directly to training activities from there. TEST Deadlines Tests must be taken by the deadline. Exceptions will only be given in an emergency. You are limited to one emergency! IF YOU MISS AN EXAM, YOU MUST CONTACT ME TO SCHEDULE A MAKEUP TEST DATE. EVALUATION OF COURSE COMPETENCIES Assignments 60% (Submit assignments via link in MyBlackboard) Tests 40% (Tests will be completed via SAM 2010) 100% *Paralegal Students only: Assignments are worth 55% and ProDoc Assignments are worth 5% and Exams are worth 40%. GRADING SCALE A = B = C = D = F = 59 or less CLASS/LAB RULES 1. Use only the equipment that has been designated for your class. 2. No children or friends allowed in class/lab. 3. No food or drinks allowed in class/lab. 4. Do not unplug or move equipment. 5. If you experience difficulty with any equipment, notify an instructor/lab assistant or leave a note explaining what is wrong with the equipment. TECHNICAL SUPPORT 1. Computers are available for use by all registered ACC students in any of the 23 ACC/PCC computer labs, including the Cyber Lab, room A 173. Cyber Lab hours are: Mon Thurs. 8:00am 8:00pm, Friday 8:00am 5:00pm and Sunday 4:00pm 8:00pm. Call for more information about all ACC computer labs. 2. The ACC Library website: 3. The ACC Learning Lab and Writing Center, A 235, is for help with writing assignments, tutoring, exams, and additional computer access: 4. MyBlackboard Any technical problems or issues with MyBlackboard should be directed to the Distance Education Department at Include your first and last name, student ID number and a description of the problem. Students will not be penalized if there is an interruption in MyBlackboard service and the instructor is notified of such an issue by the Distance Education Department. Passwords or Computer Labs contact the IT Dept. Help Desk at I suggest you log in to your class web site in MyBlackboard weekly for instructions or updates. A record of your activity will be kept for attendance purposes. To access MyBlackboard: Log on to the college s website Click the MyBlackboard icon

4 Click on Log on to Key in your username and password Your username will be your Blackboard user name. Please check your fee statement to see how our system spells your name as this is what these accounts will be set up from. Your initial password will be: college (lowercase). You can change your password once you have logged in. A record of your activity will be kept for attendance purposes. CLASSROOM PROTOCOL It is the right of each student to participate in his or her learning, and it is the responsibility of each student to not interfere with the learning of other students. Policies governing the classroom will be provided in the ACC student Handbook and students who repeatedly violate one or more of these polices will be subject to disciplinary action. DISCLAIMER The instructor reserves the right to modify this syllabus as needed and will notify the students of any changes using the ACC e mail or MyBlackboard e mail or announcements. CODE OF ACADEMIC INTEGRITY AND HONESTY Students at Alvin Community College are members of an institution dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge though a formalized program of instruction and learning. At the heart of this endeavor, lie the core values of academic integrity which include honesty, truth, and freedom from lies and fraud. Because personal integrity is important in all aspects of life, students at Alvin Community College are expected to conduct themselves with honesty and integrity both in and out of the classroom. Incidents of academic dishonesty will not be tolerated and students guilty of such conduct are subject to severe disciplinary measures. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT ACC complies with ADA and 504 Federal guidelines by affording equal access to individuals who are seeking an education. Students who have a disability and would like classroom accommodations must register with the Office of Disability Services, A 136, (281) Instructors are not able to provide accommodations until the proper process has been followed. CAREER SERVICES ON CAMPUS Career Services consist of a career library, individual counseling, career workshops, job placement, and job fairs. Career Services is linked to the College's website, alvincollege.edu. Career Library Resources contains career books listing major employers, vocational biographies, job search information and videos. Student workstations consist of computer planning software, resume writing software and easy access to labor market information. Individual Counseling will assist students by critiquing resumes and job search strategies. Career Workshops offer workshops on job search topics such as resume and cover letter writing, interview preparation and tapping the hidden job market. Job Placement Services receives weekly lists from local and national employer s job vacancies. These job vacancies are posted on job boards on campus, on the college's website (alvincollege.edu and click on JobLink), and Office Administration's bulletin board.

5 ASSIGNMENTS FOR POFI 1301 IN SPRING 2013 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I Your assignments are the chapter project and the In the Lab exercises found at the end of every chapter. I also recommend you complete the Apply Your Knowledge exercises (do not turn in) prior to completing your assignments. *All assignments are due by 11:59pm on the due date. WEEK # ASSIGNMENTS 1 Review the course syllabus on MyBlackboard. Send me an e mail acknowledging you have read the syllabus and will abide by the contracts. The chapters take you step by step thru the new features introduced (after p. xvii at beginning of textbook, review Textbook Walk Through). Review SAM through link on home page Blackboard. Review first section of textbook Introduction of Computers if you need this information. 1 Download student data files onto your computer or a flash drive. You can download from the N drive in computers in D211 or D213. You may also download from the following link: For detailed instructions, go to Files do need to be unzipped as they are compressed , 8 7, Word Chapter 1 Chapter project and In the Lab 1, 2, and 3 (p. WD 58 WD 63) Word Chapter 2 Chapter project and In the Lab 1, 2 (p. WD 130 WD 135) Word Chapter 3 Chapter project and In the Lab 1, 2, and 3 (p. WD 195 WD 199) Word EXAM taken in SAM. Be sure to do training & practice test before the actual exam. Excel Chapter 1 Chapter project and In the Lab 1, 2, and 3 (p. EX 58 EX 63) Excel Chapter 2 Chapter project and In the Lab 1, 2 (omit Lab 2 Instructions Part 3) (p. EX 126 EX 133) Excel Chapter 3 Chapter project and In the Lab 1, 2 (p. EX 209 EX 220) ProDoc Modules 1 4 ***For Paralegal/Legal Assistant Students Only*** Excel EXAM taken in SAM. Be sure to do training & practice test before the actual exam. PowerPoint Chapter 1 Chapter project and In the Lab 1, 2, and 3 (p. PPT 59 PPT 69) PowerPoint Chapter 2 Chapter project and In the Lab 1, 2, and 3 (p. PPT 130 PPT 135) PowerPoint EXAM taken in SAM. Be sure to do training & practice test before the actual exam. Outlook Chapter 1 Chapter project and In the Lab 1, 2, 3 (p. OUT 43 OUT 47) Outlook Chapter 2 Chapter project and In the Lab 1, 2, 3 (p. OUT 115 OUT 118) Outlook EXAM taken in SAM. Be sure to do training & practice test before the actual exam. 16 ProDoc Modules 5 8 ***For Paralegal/Legal Assistant Students Only ***

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