Community College of Philadelphia CIS 103 PC Applications Syllabus Spring, 2010

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1 Community College of Philadelphia CIS 103 PC Applications Syllabus Spring, 2010 Instructor Name: Mardi A. Holliday Office: C3-1 Telephone Number: Address: Web site Address: Office Hours: Monday Wednesday 4:00pm 5:00pm C3-1 Wednesday 11:00am 2:00pm C3-1 Course Title: CIS 103 Applied Computer Technology Course Info: CIS / (M/W 2:00 pm-3:50 pm) C3-14 Credits: Catalog Course Description: This course is an exploration of modern computer technology used for communication, collaboration, problem solving, decision making, and increasing personal productivity. Topics covered include word processing, electronic spreadsheet, and presentation software; library information systems; collaboration and social networking software; data communications and networking; and ethical issues related to technology. Prerequisites: Students must be English 101 ready. Required Text: Applied Computer Technology Nita Rutkosky, Pierce College at Puyallup; Denise Seguin, Fanshawe College; Audrey Rutkosky Roggenkamp, Pierce College at Puyallup ISBN: Minnesota: EMC Paradigm, 2008 Be sure the text you purchase comes with a valid code for SNAP2007. Required Software: The required software for this course is Microsoft Office 2007 and Windows XP. If purchased at the CCP bookstore, the text comes with an 180-day trial package of Office College students can purchase a perpetual license for Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007 From Microsoft for $59.95 until December 31, For details, see:

2 CIS 103 PC Applications Spring, 2010 page 2 SNAP2007 SNAP2007 is an online training and assessment tool. Instruction on using SNAP20007 will be provided the first week of class. You must obtain a valid SNAP2007 id code to use this product. The code comes with the text that is purchased at the CCP bookstore. Supplies: You will need a flash drive for this class. It will be used for classroom exercises and assignments. A mouse pad is strongly recommended but not required. The textbook is required for this course. Course Goals: Goal I -- Students will be able to use word processing software to produce academic and professional documents, individually and working in collaboration with others. Goal II Students will use electronic spreadsheets to organize, analyze, and present data. Goal III Students will demonstrate an understanding of fundamental database concepts, and be able to use library information systems. Goal IV Students will be able to use collaboration and social networking software for academic, professional, and personal use. They will be able to create Web pages from application software documents, and share those documents with others by posting them on the Web. Goal V Students will be able to connect personal computers to related equipment, such as printers, cell phones, PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants) and digital cameras, and to a wireless computer network in a secure manner. Goal VI Students will use presentation software, such as PowerPoint, to create presentations that integrate documents and other objects from Word, Excel and the Internet. Goal VII Students will demonstrate an understanding of common ethical issues related to the use of information technology systems and the handling of data, including privacy and security issues. Course Activities: Course activities will include: Formal lectures where new material and assigned problems will be explained "Hands-On Exercises" is work which is expected be done during class but may need to be completed outside of regularly scheduled classroom hours Homework assignments are to be completed outside of classroom hours. Exams are designed to evaluate your mastery of the material presented For the Microsoft Word and Excel units, you will read the assigned chapters in the textbook, complete and submit the hands-on exercises, complete and submit the chapter quiz and complete and submit the Doc Assessment projects.

3 CIS 103 PC Applications Spring, 2010 page 3 For other topics there will be reading assignments, hands on exercises and practice assignments Students are encouraged to contribute to the discussions and to ask questions about the material. I expect you will spend a minimum of two hours out of class for every hour in class (~8 hours per week). Lecture: At the start of each class, I will explain the skills presented in the assigned chapter. I may not cover every skill in the text but students are responsible for all material presented in each assigned chapter. I may also present additional topic(s) and/or skills. The student is responsible for all information covered during the lecture. You are expected to read the associated chapter in the text before the start of class. Hands-on Exercises: For each assigned chapter, you are to read the entire chapter and complete the, hand-on exercises on the computer. Hands-on exercises must be done. Exercises from sources other than the text may be assigned over the course of the semester. Instructions will be provided on how to submit your completed Hands-On Exercises. Work outside of the text may be assigned as a hands-on exercise. Doc Assessments At the end of each chapter, you will be assigned practice exercises that are designed to reinforce the skills presented in the chapter. Many of the practice exercises will be submitted using the online grading tool SAM2007. Instruction on using SAM20007 will be provided the first day of class. You must obtain a valid SAM2007 id code to use this product. The code comes with a new text that is purchased at the CCP bookstore. Quizzed For each assigned chapter in Word and Excel, you will have a multiple choice quiz at the SNAP Web site. You may be assigned quizzes using SNAP on other topics in the course. Assignments You will be given assignments from sources other than your text that are completed on your own. Specific directions and requirements for each assignment will be provided. All assignments are to be submitted as directed and properly labeled by the due date. Assignments turned in after the due date will be considered late. Points will be deducted for late submission. Assignments more than two weeks late will not be accepted without special permission. Any assignment not submitted will receive a grade of zero (0). Assignments are to be done during lab and outside of class. They are not to be done during class lecture. No make-up work will be assigned and no extra credit.

4 CIS 103 PC Applications Spring, 2010 page 4 Course Support There Student Access Computer Center (SACC) located in room 127 (NWRC). There hours are: Hours: Monday and Thursday from 9:00am - 6:00pm Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:00am 9:00pm Policies: The CIS Department adheres to all College Policies. These can be found in your Student Handbook or at the following hyperlink: Financial Aid: Please see the College catalog regarding impact to Financial Aid if you drop this course. Messages: It is best to reach me via All messages must include a descriptive subject. Please include your name, and course number in the body of the message. You do not have to tell me about a single absence (See Attendance). If you do not get a response from me within 24 hours, please leave your message again. My CCP address is and my office phone number is For best response, please contact me via . Classroom Conduct: You should be punctual, alert, and prepared for each class session. You must be considerate of other students, which includes being quiet for during class lecture and discussion except when you have something to contribute to the class. Cell phones and beepers will be turned off or on vibrate mode for the entire class. All earphones will be removed for the entire class. If necessary, you will take calls outside the classroom. You are not permitted to surf the Internet during lecture. Children are not permitted in the classroom. Food, beverages and their containers are not permitted in the classroom. Homework and/or lab should not be done during lecture. Please ask questions in class. If you are confused, more than likely several classmates are confused also. If you need extra help, please schedule an appointment with me. Attendance: Attendance and preparation are keys to success in this course; therefore, students are expected to attend 100% of the class meetings. I am allowed to drop you from this class if you miss more than two weeks of class (four class sessions). Please extend to yourself, the class and me the courtesy of arriving on time for class. Class attendance and class participation impact your final grade. Students will be penalized for work turned in late. If you arrive after roll is taken, you are responsible for finding and signing the roll sheet. Failure to do so will result in a recorded absence for that day.

5 CIS 103 PC Applications Spring, 2010 page 5 Every effort will be made to notify students of an instructor's absence. However, if there is no notice, then the students are obligated to wait 30 minutes before dismissing themselves. Plagiarism Students must do their own work; plagiarism will not be tolerated. Any assignment presented by a student in fulfillment of course requirements must reflect his/her own work unless credit is properly given to others. Anyone who assists another in such academic dishonesty is equally responsible. The grade on the assignment will be an F. All students involved in plagiarism or cheating will be withdrawn from the course for the second occurrence. You are guilty of plagiarism if you submit work that someone else did. You are also guilty of plagiarism if you let someone else submit work you did. If I catch you, both people involved get a zero for the assignment. If someone helps you with an assignment that you submit for a grade and you don t understand what you are submitting, you are guilty of plagiarism. Don t provide help on graded assignments. Disability Accommodations Policy Students who are registered with the Center on Disability must inform the instructor by the end of the first week of classes if special accommodations are requested. Proper documentation must be presented. Grading Policy Students will be penalized for work turned in late. Students absent from any class are responsible for the work covered. If you decide to drop the course, please do not just stop coming. Officially drop this course or you will get an F. Any student who stops attending classes, does not officially withdraw, and does not complete the class requirements will receive an F for a grade. Course grades are a combination of how well the material is known and how well it is applied. Course grades will be assigned as objectively as possible, according to the following scale: The last day to drop this class is It is not my responsibility to drop you from the class and I do not monitor attendance for this purpose. Percent of Total Grade A B C D 59 0 F Final Grade Composition Average of Word Unit 35% Average of Excel Unit 35% Average of all other evaluations 30%

6 CIS 103 PC Applications Spring, 2010 page 6 Tentative Schedule Week Date Topic 1 1/20 Intro to Course / File Management / Etiquette 2 1/25 Word Week 1 3 2/01 Word Week 2 4 2/08 Word Week 3 5 2/15 Word Week 4 6 2/22 PowerPoint 7 3/01 Excel Week 1 8 3/15 Excel Week 2 9 3/22 Excel Week /29 Excel Week /05 Searching the Internet and the Library 12 4/12 Google Docs 13 4/19 Database Concepts 14 4/26 Data Communication Concepts 15 5/03 Final Exam I reserve the right to amend, alter or change the information in this course guide at my discretion. All terms and interpretations will be defined by me and are final.

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