CSIS 132: Intermediate Word Processing using MS Word 2010
Most lessons will consist of viewing a video tutorial presentation, doing hands-on activities to learn the techniques presented in the book Chapters, completing exercises at the end of each chapter, submitting these completed exercises to me for grading, participating in a discussion forum with classmates, and posing any questions that you may have or answers to questions posed to the instructor and classmates.
This course will meet entirely online.
We will be working inside the Gavilan iLearn online class management system, which has a list of modules. Under each module, there will be references or links to a video or PowerPoint presentation (or instructions to view these resources on a CD that you will receive from me), to an assignment, sometimes to a short quiz, and sometimes to a forum discussion. In the assignment link, there will be a place where you upload your completed assignments for me to evaluate. I will grade these exercises and give you feedback on them.
Under the administration block on the left side of the screen, there is a link to view your grades. Many times, especially if you did not get the entire full points on an assignment, I will leave comments in that grade area. So please be sure to check those comments. You'll need to scroll down, past your submission, to see my comments.
The link to People under the participants block will give you a list of everyone in the class. You can click someone's name to send them a private message.
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Online Support and Web Orientations:
Important Course Information:
Students are expected to know how to save files, copy and paste text, change file formats, send and receive email and attachments, and navigate the internet.
Students are responsible for their computer use and accessibility. Should your computer fail, you are required to seek alternative computer use through a library, Gavilan College computer lab, or other viable source. Computer problems are not a legitimate reason for not getting work turned in on time. Allow yourself plenty of time to get the work done well ahead of any deadline.
There will be weekly due dates, but students may log on to complete work at any time during the day/week. Students may also work ahead through the assignments, however they must also participate each week in a discussion forum pertaining to that week's assignment.
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