Syllabus — Course Description
Official Course Description
Fluency in Information Technology (5 credits)
Introduces skills, concepts, and capabilities necessary to effectively use information technology. Includes logical reasoning, managing complexity, operation of computers and networks, and contemporary applications such as effective Web searching and database manipulation, ethical aspects, and social impacts of information technology.
Brief Instructor Course Description
This course follows two distinct tracks. Concepts are covered in lecture and skills are practiced in labs. Each project brings together all that you have learned. The three projects are creative and fun. The following are examples of projects from previous course offerings:
- Building a Misinformation Web Site—with HTML and CSS
- Building a Boat Club database—MS Access