CBA G181 MS OFFICE 2013 Fall 2015 Course Syllabus

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1 CBA G181 MS OFFICE 2013 Fall 2015 Course Syllabus COURSE INFORMATION Instructor: Barbara Jones, Professor Meeting Times: Tuesday/Thursday 11:10 a.m. to 12:35 p.m. Lab Hours: Additional 3.7 lab hours each week Office: Humanities 201/202 Office Hours: On-Campus Office Hours: Thursday 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Online Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Use Blackboard Phone: , Extension CRN: Units: 4 REQUIRED TEXT AND MATERIALS Microsoft Office 2013, Introductory by Misty E. Vermaat 2014, Cengage Learning. ISBN This text is bundled with SAM 2013 Assessment, Training, and Projects v1.0 Instant Access Code, which is a supplemental learning program. This is an optional supplement, as you will be required to complete the assignments from the textbook. There is no problem if you purchase a used textbook that does not contain SAM Order this book online with free shipping at: You have the option of receiving two weeks of FREE access to the ebook after your online purchase OR textbook rental while your textbook ships for FREE. It is important that you have your textbook the first week of the semester. The current price for this bundle is $114.24, which is considerable less than purchasing the textbook by itself. Download the student data files that are required to complete the textbook exercises at the following site: Enter the following ISBN: ; then click the search button. Click the button, Free Materials, then click the Access Now button. Review the options that you have to download the resources. Click the Select a chapter drop down arrow to select the chapter resources to download. NOTE: This course requires you to have MS Office 2013 installed on your computer in order to complete the required projects. This includes Microsoft ACCESS, EXCEL, POWERPOINT, and WORD You will be able to complete some, but not all, assignments using MS Office It is important to remember that all assignments must FALL 2015 Page 1 of 5

2 be completed as outlined in your textbook, which uses MS OFFICE The Learning Resources Center has this textbook on reserve for you to use on a two-hour basis. As a registered student of Golden West College, you have the option to order software at significantly lower prices than what you would normally pay at retail stores. Go to: CollegeBuys.org. You will be prompted step-by-step if you choose to purchase software at this site. The advertised price of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 for Students (DOWNLOAD) is $ There are other options at this site for purchasing MS Office bundles. Storage device for saving files (any of the following: Dropbox, Windows Live Account, Flash Disk, etc.). Storage device is required the first day of class. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS COURSE This is a hands-on course in which you will learn to use a computer to practice the most popular programs within the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access), including how to integrate data among the four applications. You will also practice and re-enforce the basics of using a computer, mouse, and keyboard. You will acquire the skills to be an intermediate level user of the Microsoft Office Suite. Microsoft Word is a word processing program with which you can create common business and personal documents. Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program that organizes and calculates accountingtype information. Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation graphics program with which you can develop slides to accompany an oral presentation. Microsoft Outlook is an program that helps you organize and manage your communications, contacts, schedules, and tasks. Microsoft Access is a database program that organizes large amounts of information in a useful manner. Finally, you will learn how to use Access data with other Office programs; use tables in Word and Excel; use Excel as a data source in a mail merge; link data in Office documents; and create presentation content from Office documents. WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS Log on to to access the Blackboard Course Management site; then click the link to the CBA G181, MS Office Course. The link, Weekly Assignments to Complete, contains the required assignments and the due dates for this course. You can work ahead in this course; however, all assignments must be completed and submitted on or before the posted due date. The link, Exams, contains the midterm and final exams required for this course. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES 1. Implement basic computing concepts and principles, and successfully utilize common software applications. 2. Create, edit, and format documents using Microsoft WORD. 3. Create and construct worksheets using formulas and functions and inserting charts using Microsoft EXCEL. 4. Create tables, queries, forms, and reports using Microsoft ACCESS. FALL 2015 Page 2 of 5

3 5. Create, edit, and format a presentation and apply transitions using Microsoft POWERPOINT. 6. Integrate data, charts, and objects among WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS, and POWERPOINT applications. ATTENDANCE Classroom attendance on Tuesdays and Thursdays is required to successfully complete this course. Additional weekly lab hours are required in order to complete your textbook assignments, CLASSROOM RULES OF CONDUCT Be respectful of your instructor and fellow classmates at all times. which can be completed outside the classroom. You are encouraged to work with other students to solve problems. However, you must complete your own work. CLASS POLICIES It is expected that students will conduct themselves with integrity. If you cheat or assist others in cheating, you violate a trust. Cheating includes but is not limited to the following: 1. Copy files or lend your storage device to another student. 2. Copy answers on exams or glance at nearby exams. 3. Print and/or submit work for someone else. 4. Turn in assignments that have been used in other classes. 5. Purchase or sell assignments or exam materials. If you cheat, some or all of the following actions will be taken: 1. You will receive a lower point score up to and including a zero for that particular assignment or exam. 2. A report of the incident may be forwarded to the Vice President of Student Services. The Vice President may file the report in your permanent record and/or take further disciplinary action. There is no eating or drinking in the computer room. A table will be set up in the back of the classroom for you to keep your drinks/food. EVALUATION AND GRADING You will be evaluated based on your combined performance on your textbook exercises, midterm, and final exam. Optionally, you can use SAM to complete assignments, which will enhance your learning of the various Microsoft applications. Midterm and Final Exam will be administered in Blackboard. Your ability to understand and follow the directions in the text thoroughly will be an essential component for successful completion of the projects/homework. Asking questions in class or ing the instructor with questions, concerns, and/or suggestions is required as you FALL 2015 Page 3 of 5

4 work on and complete your textbook assignments. Use the program in Blackboard Learn. Posting discussions in Blackboard Learn on various homework assignments is encouraged. All assignments will be graded for accuracy, formula construction, formatting, correctness, proper labeling, and completeness. Completing each assignment as indicated on the assignment sheet is required in order to pass this course. Each hands-on project is assigned a due date listed on the assignment sheet. The mid-term and final exams will be computer generated and may consist of your being asked to perform various tasks in OFFICE. During the mid-term and final exams, you may use notes and your OFFICE textbook. DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS Students with disabilities who believe they may need accommodations should contact the GWC Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS). After logging in to Blackboard, click the link, Accommodations for Online Students with Disabilities. The following grading scale will be used: Homework Exercises Mid-Term Exam Final Exam Possible Points Total Possible Points Percentage of All % points 80-89% points 70-79% points 60-69% points Below 60% 248 points and below Grade A B C D F Note: The instructor reserves the right to change/edit/update this syllabus at any time throughout the semester. FALL 2015 Page 4 of 5

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