Jongwook Woo CIS 100 Business Computer Systems (Syllabus) Jongwook Woo, PhD California State University, LA Computer and Information

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Jongwook Woo CIS 100 Business Computer Systems (Syllabus) Jongwook Woo, PhD California State University, LA Computer and Information System Department Slide 2 Jongwook Woo Syllabus Jongwook Woo, Ph.D. Office: Simpson Tower, 604 Telephone: #604: (323) 343 - 2916; CIS Office: (323) 343 2911 Email: CIS100 Web Site: CIS100 Twitter Cis100s1 or cis100 Office Hours: Tuesday: 3:40 4:20 PM, 6 8:00 PM Thursday: 4 4:20 PM, Friday: 2 4:20 PM Slide 3 Jongwook Woo Homework 1 1.Should have NIS account 2.Should have email at CSULA 3.Have your twitter account and follows cis100s1 or cis100 Due date Before the next lab starts at the third week Section 6, 10: April 9 th (Thursday) Slide 4 Jongwook Woo NIS account Needed How To You need to apply NIS account to logon lab computer at CSULA 10% of HW1 Bring it on the second lab class. How to get MyCSULA account Slide 5 Jongwook Woo CSULA Email Account How To In order to communicate with the instructor interactively Email web site how to access Login and password should be the same as NIS account How to forward CSULA email to your personal mail Youd better right-click on the link to download the file instead of left- click on it. Slide 6 Jongwook Woo CSULA Twitter In order to communicate with the instructor interactively Create a twitter account and follow the course tweet cis100s1 or cis100 Go to http://twitter.com Sign up Search for cis100 and follows tweet cis100s1 or cis100 Slide 7 Jongwook Woo Prerequisites No Prerequisite But make sure we have both lecture and lab for CIS 100 50 % of CIS100 Lecture Another 50% is from CIS100 Lab Slide 8 Jongwook Woo Course Objectives (Lecture) understand the functioning of the computer hardware and software components at the system level, namely at the operating system level. computer communications understand programming languages and tools used in application development. comprehend the important role played by computers in the society and the relevant issues that relate to ethics, security and privacy. interrelate the components of Information Systems to enterprise level IT applications. understand Intranet, Extranet and Internet Slide 9 Jongwook Woo Course Objectives (Lab) With the hands on exercises Provide the student with a introductory understanding of computer hardware and system software Form a foundation of technical knowledge for Internet, MS Windows, etc. Develop Microsoft Office knowledge Develop good IS/IT knowledge Slide 10 Jongwook Woo Textbook Bundle at Bookstore Late response to upgrade to Office 2013 May not be at the bookstore yet While shipping as ordering online, you can use e-book (Old) Slide 11 Jongwook Woo Textbook (Contd) Alternate Editions Lecture (One of the followings) Misty E. Vermaat, Discovering Computers 2014, 2014 Edition, 1 st Edition (ISBN-10: 1285161769, ISBN-13: 9781285161761): Will use for the exams Gary B. Shelly, Misty E. Vermaat, Discovering Computers Fundamentals, 2012 Edition, 8 th Edition (ISBN-13: 9781111530457): Discovering Computers Fundamentals, 2011 Edition, 7th Edition (ISBN-13: 9781439079454) Lab (One of the followings) Microsoft Office 2013: Introductory, 1st Edition by Misty E. Vermaat: Will use for the exams Microsoft Office 2010: Introductory, 1st Edition by Gary B. Shelly, Misty E. Vermaat: Gary B. Shelly, Thomas J. Cashman, Misty E. Vermaat Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory Concepts and Techniques, Premium Video Edition, First Edition, Course Technology, 2010Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory Concepts and Techniques Slide 12 Jongwook Woo Expectation for the Course Classroom SH C345 (sec 6) : Tue/Thursday 11:40AM 1:20PM SH C259 (sec 10) : Tue/Thursday 4:20PM 6:00PM Students are expected to attend every class session For successful completion of Lecture/Lab example, assignments and tests Know how to utilize the equipment or course web site If attendance is not possible, please contact the instructor beforehand to attend other sessions Check out the lab example in one week If you dont, you wouldnt catch up the class Not to be late You will have penalties Memory Stick, email Students are expected to use the equipment of computer labs at CSULA for programming or project assignments No excuse not to complete HWs and Lab works for other classes and jobs Slide 13 Jongwook Woo Exams and Grading Policy Grading Policy Lecture Total: 100% (Class Activities: 10%, Midterm:35%, Final:55%) Lab Total: 100% Class Activities (Lab, Attendance, Participation in Lab Class, Not late for Lab Class): 30% 10%: Attendance 20%: Lab Completeness 4 Homeworks (Questions and Project Assignments): 25% Midterm Exam: 20% Final Exam: 25% Total: 200% 100% after dividing 200% by 2 Slide 14 Jongwook Woo Exams and Grading Policy (Contd) Tentative Grade At the end of the quarter, you will have a score out of 100 percent. 100% after dividing 200% by 2 This score will be used in a class curve to arrive at a letter grade. Normally but not guaranteed >= 90 : A (A- or A) >= 80 : B (B-,B,B+) >= 70 : C (C-,C,C+) >=60 : D (D-,D, D+) Slide 15 Jongwook Woo Others Use of email Email will be used only for short messages and sending attachments of less than one Mega Byte A Tentative Course Schedule See the Syllabus See the Course Website Slide 16 Jongwook Woo Others (Contd) Academic dishonesty Giving or Receiving solutions of Homework or Exams The instructor can easily detect the copies F on the assignment or Course Cheating and Plagiarism, etc Normally Individual not Team Assignment See the Course Website


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