Computer literacy for everyone. Overview of computing machines and automatic data processing. Interaction between social institutions and automated decision-making. Introduction to business applications software and electronic mail. Some programming for understanding, not for skill development. Also available via e-Learning and Distance Education.
- Understand what computers are
- Understand why computers are useful
- Understand why computers can be dangerous
- Understand how to select and use computers
- Learn to use the Internet, email, and selected applications software
- Learn basic website design
- Understand selected emerging computer technologies and related issues
- Residence halls close, noon
|20%||Project 1 (Computer Specs)|
|20%||Project 2 (Maintenance Project)|
|30%||Project 3 (Group Web Project)|
Grades will be assigned based on the following percentage intervals:
Students are expected to be at every class meeting on time, and are responsible for all class content, whether present or not. If absence from class is necessary, in-class work (other than quizzes) and homework may be made up only if the instructor is notified as soon as possible; in particular, absences due to scheduled events must be arranged ahead of time. Academic dishonesty will not be tolerated, and will be dealt with according to UAF procedures. Students in this class must pay the CS lab fee. Payment allows access to the Chapman 103 lab.
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The UAF Office of Disability Services implements the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and ensures that UAF students have equal access to the campus and course materials. I will work with the UAF Office of Disability Services (208 WHITAKER BLDG, 474-5655) to provide reasonable accommodation to students with disabilities.