Introduction to Computers for Teachers

  • TEC-923
  • 3 Credits
  • Correspondence
  • 4.94 out of 5 stars
    4.94/5.00

Tailored to the absolute beginner, this course provides the background, concepts and basic skills needed to become a productive and confident computer user. Whether you are a technophobe or seasoned pro, there is something for everyone. The course material is presented in an easy to understand manner with step-by-step explanations, abundant illustrations, and practical, hands-on projects. Introduction to Computers for Teachers is a painless way to learn the basics! The course progresses from 'Where is the ON switch?' and 'How do I open a file?' to gradually introducing exercises in word processing, simple graphics and basic spreadsheets. Both Macintosh and Windows are covered in the course workbook. Coursework may be completed without classroom participation. Access to a computer and printer (black & white will suffice) is required to complete the course. Instructor support is readily available by email and phone. Additional information may be found at: http://www.steveyoungfpu.net   NOTE: This course does not currently support Mac OSX 10.7 or above. If your computer does not have a CD-ROM drive, the contents of the course CD-ROM can be delivered electronically via DropBox.

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