Computer Applications Mr. Jacobson Room 717 firstname.lastname@example.org Questions to be answered today Who is this Mr. Jacobson guy? What is this class about? How can I be successful in this class? What will a typical day look like? What is expected of students?
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“Points” are only meaningful within a category.
What grade will you work for?
Maintain positive, intellectual and constructive relationship with other students, teacher and yourself.
Leave distractions (music players, cell phones, magazines, etc.) at home
Keep food and drinks away from computer areas.
Awareness of teaching mode. (not talking during lectures, raising hand to contribute to class discussions, etc.)
Be at assigned workstation when the bell ringsWhat is expected of students?
Use Web to Log in
Use “Tree” to Log in
Should not need a log in
Go to Safari (web browser)
Select Student Mail link
User Name: IDNumber
Password: 6 digit birthday
Send mail to:
Extension is your graduation class.
Used for logging in to PCs on campus.
This password will sync with your email password
What do you type?
Name is your ID number- no class extension
What do you type?
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Next 3 Assignments
Answer this question in your notebook on page 2.
Open that file!
Read quietly to yourself
Explain in your own words how a student logs into the network and into their email. Use complete sentences.
Seating Charts model the real world
You do not get to pick your co-workers
Everyone needs to learn to work together
Objective: Today you will be able to start up the keyboarding program, Mavis Beacon.
It will take a while to load so be patient
Be ready to take notes!
A sequential set of slides for presenting information
Each slide can have text, pictures, drawings, sound and video
Text Box of Information
There is an order for object on each slide based on the order each object was inserted.
Transitions can be defined between slides
They can include sound effects and animation.