DPR-730 - Introduction to Info Tech

Introduction to Information Technology is a survey course in evolving computer technology and its relevance to individuals and society. The societal issues stressed include: privacy, security, ergonomics, accessibility, intellectual property, pervasive computing, as well as other timely topics such as new laws impacting computer use. Becoming fluent in necessary technology applications is integrated into the course and may include such topics as word processing, use of e-mail and web browsers, spreadsheets, course management systems and others. Meets concurrently with the credit course INT-1010, the lab portion will be taught entirely on Apple Macintosh computers. Text is required. Prerequisite: Reading proficiency as demonstrated by taking the Accuplacer test. All students must have an Owl Link account and a college e-mail address.
Academic Level
Continuing Education Level
Subject
Data Processing
Department
Continuing Ed - Open Classes
Credits
Not Available
Prerequisites
None
Corequisites
None
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