CIT100 - Introduction to Computers

CIT100 - Introduction to Computers (3 credits)
Prerequisites: None

An introduction to computer concepts, applications, and information systems. Topics include the use of software, such as spreadsheets database management, graphics, word processing, and computer communications via the Internet. Students develop beginning-level skills with common applications in order to use a computer as a tool, make informed decisions concerning computer generated information, and obtain basic information systems concepts and terminology to provide a basis for future learning in the field. Students will have substantial hands-on time in both dedicated classrooms/labs and open lab environments. This is a general computer literacy course.

Other websites:
Microsoft Interactive Word 2003 to 2007 Guide
Microsoft Interactive Excel 2003 to 2007 Guide
     Microsoft Interactive Access 2003 to 2007 Guide
Microsoft Interactive PowerPoint 2003 to 2007 Guide

     Microsoft Vista Help and How-to
     Microsoft Windows Previous Editions


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