Description: This course will explore a wide range of educational technologies, investigating in detail those that can be effectively integrated into the full range of content areas in education. Topics include computer operation, presentation and multimedia applications, collaborative network applications, distance learning, educational software, and other instructional technologies to support learning and teaching. Ethical, legal, and social issues regarding educational technology will be examined. Primary emphasis will be on developing and refining competence through actual use of available technologies.
Description: This introductory course covers basic computer concepts and general terminology as well as general evaluation of per sonal computer systems and basic functions of peripheral equipment. The features and operaton of the major software applications receive emphasis in this course. Lab ac tivites focus on word processing, spreadsheet, database, graphics, e mail and Internet applications. (This course may transfer to a Baccalaureate program; check with the re ceiving institution to verify.)
Description: This course is a non contact co educational sport played by two seven person teams on a football size field. The action of the game combines the passing and scoring of football, the cutting and guarding of basketball and the nonstop field movement of soccer. Emphasis is on the history, rules, and strategy of the sport, as well as developing fundamental skills. Opportunity may occur for intercollegiate competition.
Title: Introduction to Microsoft Word
Title: Introduction to Microsoft Excel
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Title: Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint