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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CIS 1005 - Surviving and Thriving in the E-World



Credits: 3

Description: This course emphasizes using the Internet and online resources to collect, understand, evaluate, and validate information relating to basic computer literacy and emerging technologies. Using different search terms and search engines, students will find information that describes computer hardware, software, information systems, Web 2.0, and big data, among other information technology topics. They will prepare brief abstracts and ratings of information gathered. Additionally, students will learn to use Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to prepare reports and business documents. This course does not serve as a pre-requisite for CIS 2010.



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