INFO 1001 - Information Systems and Literacy
Offered: Online, Hybrid
This course is designed to illustrate what it means to be digitally literate and to demonstrate what can be accomplished using a computer. Topics include hardware, software, operating systems, peripherals, and troubleshooting. Skills or working in an Internet or networked environment and for maximizing your communication, education, collaboration, and social interaction in a safe and ethical way is also discussed in the course. Students will also learn to use popular software application programs to process documents found in a business or school environment. The course is aligned with the IC3 Digital Literacy Certification.
Note: A basic understanding of computer systems is recommended prior to taking this course. Students desiring to take a basic introductory computer course should enroll in WORK 0900 Introduction to Microcomputer Technology.
Recommended: A basic understanding of computer systems
Lec: 4.5 Lab: 0 Cr: 4.5
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