CMIS 115 - Introduction to Computer Information Systems
3 Credit: (1 lecture, 3 lab, 0 clinical) 4 Contact Hours: [CMIS 101 ]
This course covers basic concepts, principles and functions of the computer system and applications software, history and evolution of the computer, Internet and World Wide Web, virtual collaboration tools and their role in business and society. Business-efficency software applications including word processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentation software are covered.
OFFERED: every semester
Course Goals/ Objectives/ Competencies:
Goal 1: Demonstrate proficiency with business productivity application software.
- Demonstrate the ability to use a word processing program to effectively create, manipulate, illustrate, and use word written documents.
- Create, manipulate, and show effective use of spreadsheet programs and data.
- Create, modify, query, update, and manipulate information within a database.
- Demonstrate the ability to create a presentation that incorporates multimedia and slide animations.
Goal 2: Articulate knowledge regarding basic computer technology.
- Describe basic computer hardware.
- Explain the characteristics of standard business software.
- Define computer peripheral devices including input, processing, output, and storage devices.
Goal 3: Demonstrate an understanding of the history, design, and use of the internet and world wide web.
- Explain the history and design of the internet.
- Articulate the differences between the internet and the world wide web.
- Explain online applications software.
- Explain personal and professional applications.
- Summarize security applications and concerns.
Goal 4: Demonstrate effective utilization of virtual collaboration software and tools.
- Schedule a virtual meeting.
- Conduct a virtual meeting.
- Effectively use collaboration tools to share your screen, share files, collaborate on files, and manage breakout rooms.
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