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Computer Literacy for Education Majors. Lab Procedures, Course Requirements, and Course Policies. Lab Procedures. Students may not consume food or drink in the lab This policy will be Strictly Enforced. Lab Procedures.

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Computer literacy for education majors

Computer LiteracyforEducation Majors

Lab Procedures,Course Requirements,andCourse Policies.


Lab procedures

Lab Procedures

  • Students may not consume food or drink in the lab

    • This policy will be Strictly Enforced.


Lab procedures1

Lab Procedures

  • Students must sign the roll sheet each day to be counted present for class.

    • It is your responsibility to sign the roll sheet to be counted present for class.


Lab procedures2

Lab Procedures

  • Students must have their O-Key user-id, password, and e-mail address by the start of the third day of class.

    • Students can obtain assistance in getting their O-Key user-id, password, and e-mail address at the computer lab in 002 Willard Hall.


Course requirements

Course Requirements

  • Textbook (required):

    • Bott, E., Leonhard, W., (2004), Special Edition Using Microsoft Office 2003,Que publishing, Indianapolis, Indiana,ISBN 0-7897-2955-5.


Course requirements1

Course Requirements

  • All students must have a 2” binder with 10 document protector sheets.

    • You will need this to hand in various assignments for this class.


Course requirements2

Course Requirements

  • All students must have at least one of the following storage media. This item will be brought to class each day.

    • A Zip disk in either 100 MB or 250 MB capacity.

    • A USB portable memory device, 128 MB or larger.


Course policies

Course Policies

  • Communication:

    • Students must use their O-Key e-mail address for all correspondence with the instructor.

      • E-mail from addresses such as yahoo, hotmail, and your internet service providers will not be opened.

      • Any assignment sent to the instructor through an e-mail address other than the student’s O-Key e-mail address will be counted as not turned in.


Course policies1

Course Policies

  • Attendance:

    • The maximum allowed unexcused absences for the entire course is three (3).

    • Not showing up for the class lesson or leaving the lab before the class lesson will be considered as an unexcused absence.

      • University policy allows for the lowering of the earned grade by one letter grade for excessive unexcused absences. This policy will be followed.


Course policies2

Course Policies

  • Reading Assignments:

    • The assigned reading from the text and/or other sources is to be accomplished before the class meeting it is assigned for.

    • Example: If a class meets on October 18, the reading assignment for that class is to be accomplished before class time on October 18.


Course policies3

Course Policies

  • Download Assignments:

    • The assigned downloads for any classes are to be accomplished before the class meeting it is assigned for.

    • Example: If a class meets on October 18, the download assignment for thatclass is to be accomplished before class time on October 18.


Course policies4

Course Policies

  • Performance Assignments:

    • Assignments must be sent to the instructorby e-mail attachment.

      • The date and time of the e-mail will determine the date of submission.

        • Example: An assignment due on the 18th of October must have a date and time for the 18th of October.

        • 18 October @ 11:59:59 PM will be considered on-time.

        • 19 October @ 00:00:01 AM will be considered late.


Course policies5

Course Policies

  • Late assignments:

    • Assignments must be turned in on time to receive the full grade.

      • Late assignments will be reduced by onefull letter grade.

      • Arrangement to turn in an assignment after the due date may be approved by the instructor.

      • This arrangement must be requested by e-mail at least 72 hours prior to the due date and time.


Day 01 assignment

Day 01 Assignment

  • Sign both pages of Handout 01 and return it to the instructor by the end of classon Day 03.

  • Go to: Http:// www.electronicportfolio.org/day01evalperform the study exercise.

    • Follow the on-screen directions to perform the assignment.


Recommended action

Recommended Action

Download and print a copy of Day 01 Handout to keep in your class notebook


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