1 BCIS 2610, Spring 2016 Page 1 of 13 BCIS 2610: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS IN BUSINESS Spring 2016 SECTION 002 (Wed. 2:00 4:50 PM, BLB 080) Your Instructor: Dr. Richard Vedder Office: BLB 312-J Web: COURSE OBJECTIVES This course examines the fundamental concepts of computing in various business disciplines. It also provides an introduction to programming and to software programs you will use in later courses and in business. Course objectives include: Learning basic computer concepts, such as cyberspace, hardware, software, privacy, security, etc. Learning how different parts of society use computer systems. Learning how to create electronic presentations using MS POWER POINT Learning how to develop useful spreadsheets with MS EXCEL Learning how to build project management tools using MS Project 2010 (NOT 2013). REQUIRED MATERIALS FOR BCIS For this class you will use 2 textbooks (a combined Project/PowerPoint/Excel book, and a combined Amer/Morley textbook) and a software disk containing a 60-day version of MS Project These materials are available for purchase in a bundle at the UNT Bookstore OR ONLINE at IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU PURCHASE THE BUNDLE, AS THE TEXTBOOKS HAVE BEEN CUSTOMIZED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS CLASS. OLDER EDITIONS OF 2610 TEXTBOOKS WILL NOT WORK SINCE OUR TEXTS ARE CUSTOMIZED DO NOT BUY THEM. Please note that, after the first week or two of school, the Bookstore will return to the publisher any unsold bundles. 2. Buy a USB data storage drive (small capacity will do). 3. Buy an eraser that leaves no smudges. A very good one is the Staedtler Mars Plastic Eraser, available at the UNT Bookstore and many other places (Office Max, Office Depot, Staples, Target, etc.). WHAT ARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS, AND WHY ARE THEY IMPORTANT? The term Information Systems [IS] describes the combination of information and communication technologies with human activities to support the decision making, operations, and general management of industries, government agencies, and not-for-profit organizations. Information systems exist within an organization for the purpose of improving the effectiveness and efficiency of that organization. Access to current, complete and accurate information is vital for success in today s competitive, and global, business environment. Therefore, a critical mission for Information Systems is designing and operating solutions that enable humans to perform tasks for which their brains are not well suited, such as: handling large amounts of information, performing complex calculations, and controlling many simultaneous processes. Depending on the required task, these solutions can take many forms, such as enterprise information systems, transaction processing systems, database management systems, networking systems, project management systems and e-business systems.
2 BCIS 2610, Spring 2016 Page 2 of 13. BCIS 2610 COURSE WEB SITE ( DOWNLOAD FROM HERE ALL DATA FILES NECESSARY TO COMPLETE YOUR HOMEWORK. Each data file is in an explodable ZIP-file format; just download each file to your chosen 2610 folder and doubleclick on the file name to unload the file s contents. Avoid confusing the files -- create separate folders for each EXE file before exploding them. NOTE: Some data files will contain more items than you need this term to complete your homework ignore them. THE COB S DRIVE (accessible from the CoB Lab or a VM) contains in the BCIS 2610 folder copies of the PowerPoint lecture files and exam review documents. BCIS 2610 POLICIES AND PROCEDURES Behavior Cheating in any form will not be tolerated. Your instructor has the right to have you removed from class for ANY BEHAVIOR THAT HE OR SHE DEEMS INAPPROPRIATE. That includes such behavior as: 1. Talking during lecture, 2. Getting up and leaving class early, 3. Disturbing other students in any manner, etc. Attendance 1. For UNT administrative purposes, we will take attendance until the 12th-day class rolls are finalized. 2. Family events, weddings, ski trips, car trouble, car wrecks, being sick, etc. are NOT what the University considers a "university authorized absence" or a "state law exception." If you have any questions check with the UNT DEAN OF STUDENTS before you miss an exam. 3. It is the student's responsibility to execute the proper drop procedures for a grade of W should s/he need to stop attending class. Failure to execute the drop procedure will result in an automatic grade of 'F' which cannot be changed. 4. CAMPUS CLOSURES: Should UNT close campus, it is your responsibility to keep checking your official UNT account (EagleConnect) to learn if your instructor plans any changes. Disabilities The College of Business Administration complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act in making reasonable accommodations for qualified students with disability. If you have an established disability as defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act and would like to request accommodation, please contact your instructor as soon as possible. Code of Conduct and Ethics Academic integrity must be exhibited in your academic work, methods and conduct. Course work for which you receive an individual grade must be your original, individual effort. If any evidence exists of copying, cheating, or any other forms of academic dishonesty on all, or part, of your graded course work, you (and any others involved) will be awarded a ZERO for that work. A second incident will result in a grade of F in this course and a recommendation for further action by the office of the Vice President for Student Development. If You Have a Problem or Want to Appeal a Grade UNT and ITDS have a process for that, and you must follow it no short cuts allowed: 1. Discuss the problem with your section s grader. If you are not satisfied, then 2. Discuss the problem with your section s teacher. If you are not satisfied, then 3. Discuss the problem with the BCIS 2610 Course Coordinator. If you are not satisfied, then 4. Contact the UNT Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities. Do NOT contact the ITDS Chair.
3 BCIS 2610, Spring 2016 Page 3 of 13 HOW YOU EARN YOUR GRADE 1. There will be three mid-term exams and an optional, comprehensive, final exam. All exams in this section are on Wednesdays, in BLB 080. We will test your knowledge of ALL material assigned or taught in this course, INCLUDING THE SOFTWARE. 2. The final for this class will be Wednesday pm. YOU MUST TAKE THE OPTIONAL FINAL EXAM WITH YOUR OWN SECTION. IF YOU TAKE THE FINAL EXAM WITH ANOTHER SECTION YOU WILL RECEIVE A ZERO 0 FOR YOUR FINAL EXAM GRADE. 3. WE WILL **ONLY** USE YOUR THREE BEST EXAM GRADES. You may take the optional, comprehensive final and SUBSTITUTE that exam s grade for your worst mid-term grade. We will substitute ONLY IF you score better on the final than on a mid-term exam. If you are satisfied with your 3 mid-term exam grades, DO NOT take the optional final exam. 4. If you MISS one of the 3 mid-term exams, take the optional final to replace the missing grade. THERE ARE NO MAKE-UP EXAMS IN BCIS BRING YOUR UNT PHOTO ID & ID NUMBER TO ALL EXAMS, plus that good eraser and pencils. All exams will be 50 minutes, and multiple-choice. All exams will be CLOSED BOOKS, CLOSED NOTES. The use of any books or notes or electronic devices during the exams will be considered cheating and may result in an F grade for the course. Homework (Don t be lazy do the homework! Remember, there s no extra credit in BCIS 2610!) These help you learn the course material and prepare for the exams. THERE WILL BE QUESTIONS ON EACH EXAM ABOUT THE SOFTWARE ASSIGNMENTS. 1. ALL HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS IN THIS CLASS WILL BE DUE ON A THURSDAY BY MIDNIGHT. 2. Submit whatever you have done, even if it is not finished, to earn some credit. 3. ALL ASSIGNMENTS TO If you them to me, or elsewhere, there will be a 10% grade penalty (i.e., a lost letter grade) plus you risk me not being able (for unforeseen reasons) to forward your work to the grader by the due date. Our graders will issue an receipt for each homework submission they receive, and we post homework grades as quickly as possible. 4. If you find that there is no grade recorded for submitted work, or if you want to dispute a grade, you must send your instructor an about the problem NO LATER THAN TWO WEEKS AFTER THE SUBMISSION DATE. Beyond that date, we will no longer deal with this type of problem. Available Points for You to Earn (Remember, there is NO extra credit in BCIS 2610) 1. MS PROJECT ASSIGNMENT 40 POINTS MS EXCEL ASSIGNMENT 25 POINTS MS POWER POINT ASSIGNMENT 10 POINTS RESEARCH ACTIVITY 5 POINTS EXAM ONE [Project, etc.] 140 POINTS EXAM TWO [Excel, etc.] 140 POINTS EXAM THREE [PPT, etc.] 140 POINTS TOTAL POINTS AVAILABLE 500 POINTS 2. Use the optional final to either replace a missed exam or improve a test score by substitution. 3. Semester grade breakdown is as follows: A % ( ) C % ( ) F Less than 59.9% (299 or less) B % ( ) D % ( )
4 CLASS SCHEDULE FOR BCIS 2610 SECTION 002 BCIS 2610, Spring 2016 Page 4 of 13 Week Date Topics / Activities Textbook Readings Homework Due Dates Week 1 01/20 Course Overview; Microsoft Project Tutorial 1 Project Tutorial 1 Week 2 01/27 Project Tutorials 2, 3.1 Project Tutorials 2 and 3.1 Week 3 02/03 Project Tutorials 3.1, and 4.1 Project T 3.1, 4.1 Week 4 02/10 Computers in Business Computers in Government Amer 1,2 Week 5 02/17 Computers in Science Amer 3 Project HW due 02/19 by midnight Week 6 02/24 EXAM 1 (50 min.) on Project & Amer 1, 2, 3 Excel Tutorials 1, 2 Excel 1, 2 Week 7 03/02 Excel Tutorials 3, 4 Excel 3, 4 Week 8 03/09 Excel Tutorials 6, 11 Excel 6, 11 Week 9 03/23 Computers in Entertainment Computers in Transportation Amer 4, 5 Week 10 03/30 Computers in Law and Ethics Amer, 8 Excel HW due 04/01 by midnight Week 11 04/06 EXAM 2 (50 min.) on Excel and Amer 4, 5, 8 PowerPoint Tutorial 1, 2 Week 12 04/13 PowerPoint Tutorials 2, 3 Network and Internet Security, Computer Security and Privacy PPT 1, 2 PPT 2, 3 Morley 4, 5 Week 13 04/20 Emerging Technologies. Morley 8 PPT HW due 04/22 by midnight Week 14 04/27 EXAM 3 (50 min.) on PPT and Morley 4, 5, 8 Week 15 05/04 Q & A about the optional final exam. Microsoft Office OneNote 2013 (not on final) Week 16 05/11 1:30 PM in BLB 080: Optional, Comprehensive Final -- covers Project, Excel, PPT, Amer, and Morley
5 GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT BCIS 2610 SOFTWARE BCIS 2610, Spring 2016 Page 5 of We will test you on your knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint 2013, Microsoft Excel 2013, and Microsoft Project 2010, as operating under Windows not Apple s OS X. The Apple versions, when available, are not identical to the Windows versions. The same problem exists with the EagleConnect OneDrive versions of Excel and PowerPoint. 2. THE LEAST-EXPENSIVE THING TO DO is to use the CoB labs on BLB s First Floor or the virtual machine (VM) labs (see this web address for details on VM: 3. If you have an Apple computer, you have the following options: a. If you are NOT a Business major, follow Item #2 above. Save your time, effort, and money! b. If you ARE a Business major, at some point you are going to have to take the Windows plunge because the vast majority of companies use Microsoft products, or products that depend on Windows. Your decision is when to take that plunge: i. If you need now to save time, effort, and money, follow item #2 above. ii. Create a dual-boot environment on your Apple (using Boot Camp or 3 rd -party program), install a copy of Windows on the second partition (Apple OS is on the first), and then install Microsoft Office 2013 and other Windows software on that second partition. iii. Buy a Windows notebook for your business courses -- check Fry s, Best Buy, for deals. Many cheap models are available! 4. As a UNT student, you can download a FREE copy of Windows and a FREE copy of Office Go to untsystem.onthehub.com, login with your EUID and password, click on the Students tab, click on Microsoft, and finally select what you need:
6 BCIS 2610, Spring 2016 Page 6 of 13 Although Office 2013 works fine under Windows 10, be aware that all CoB PCs are still using Windows 7, so there will be differences in behavior. CoB does not yet support Windows Tutors work only in CoB 131. All BCIS tutors can help you with 2610 questions. CoB posts their office hours at the CoB labs, on hallway bulletin boards, and online at the CoB site ( 6. The UNT Computing Support Helpdesk for general computing problems or problems with your web site account is in Sage Hall, Room
7 BCIS 2610, Spring 2016 Page 7 of 13 BCIS 2610 HOMEWORK SPRING 2016 Complete all homework to earn a good grade! For completing your assignments you will generally need: 1. The latest edition of the big software textbook. 2. Computers with respective software packages installed (CoB labs have those) 3. Assignment data files (see below for download instructions) on a portable USB drive. 4. A copy of this syllabus. FOLLOW THE HOMEWORK INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS SYLLABUS EVEN WHEN THEY MIGHT CONFLICT WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOUND IN THE TEXTBOOK. ALL HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS IN THIS CLASS WILL BE DUE ON A THURSDAY BY MIDNIGHT. Submit whatever you have done, even if it is not finished, to earn some credit. Our graders will issue an receipt for each homework submission they receive, and we post homework grades as quickly as possible. If you find that there is no grade recorded for submitted work, or if you want to dispute a grade, you must send your instructor an about the problem NO LATER THAN TWO WEEKS after the submission date. Beyond that time, we will no longer deal with this type of problem. HOW TO DOWNLOAD THE DATA FILES FOR THE ASSIGNMENTS 1. Create a new folder for each software tool (1 for Project, 1 for Excel, and 1 for PowerPoint). 2. Go to Select the correct term. Click on the link for the corresponding file download (the links are on the left side of the page, you may need to scroll down to find them) 3. On the dialog box that appears click Run in response to the question Do you want to run or save this file? 4. If necessary, on the next dialog box click Run in response to the question The publisher could not be verified. Are you sure you want to run this software? 5. You will now see the WinZip Self-Extractor Dialog Box, which will look similar to this:
8 BCIS 2610, Spring 2016 Page 8 of Select the folder where you want to save the files by clicking on Browse button, then click Unzip. 7. Go to the folder where you saved the files, to make sure they are there. 8. Close the WinZip Self-Extractor dialog box. STEPS TO EASY COMPLETION OF THE ASSIGNMENTS 1. Buy the textbook and read the textbook assignments. 2. Start early. Some assignments may easily take many hours to complete. Allow yourself plenty of time to get help. 3. Read the instructions for a specific assignment (below) completely and carefully before starting your assignment. Keep them handy, so you can refer when needed. Bring the instructions with you to the lab tutors, if you decide to seek help. 4. Learn the software! Work through the chapter tutorials, paying close attention to what you are doing. The chapter tutorials are EXTREMELY EASY and can be done by ANYONE with a minimum of effort. If a student is too lazy to complete the tutorial, then they will receive NO HELP from the tutors. 5. Complete the assigned homework. 6. Submit your completed homework electronically using the instructions found in the given assignment. 7. If you have trouble with solving case problems, go to the BCIS 2610 tutors (BLB 131). You must bring your textbook and the results of your tutorial work-through or the lab tutors will not help you! BCIS 2610 is not a difficult course if you follow the above steps. The students that have a difficult time usually do not even buy the texts [step 1], let alone work thru the chapter tutorials [step 2]. Students that follow the 7 steps should make an A in the course. Students that do not, usually fail or drop! Be smart - follow the steps earn an A! How to Save Your Work When Inside a VMWare Virtual CoB Lab PC Plug-in a USB drive. Click on the down arrow to the right of USB in the top-center screen menu and select it so that the client recognizes it. Save your work to that drive. 2. OR login to your EagleConnect account from within the virtual lab PC. Save your work to your OneDrive cloud storage. IF YOU WANT A RECEIPT WHEN SUBMITTING YOUR HOMEWORK You can make the UNT system send you a receipt upon delivery of your homework. Submit your assignments USING OUTLOOK MAIL (i.e., EagleConnect). In the ribbon for New Mail, Options tab, Tracking group, click on "Request a delivery receipt." I know some of you use Gmail; Google does not offer a receipt service unless you use a paid version of Gmail.
9 BCIS 2610, Spring 2016 Page 9 of 13 MS PROJECT 2010 ASSIGNMENT, SPRING 2016 NOTE: USE PROJECT 2010, ***NOT*** PROJECT 2013, FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT. Total 40 points (If you do not finish, submit whatever you have completed to earn some points.) CREATE AND USE A PROJECT FOLDER FOR YOUR SOLUTIONS. What will you need to complete the assignment? The big textbook containing MS Project A computer with MS Project 2010 installed (all CoB computer labs have it). The MS Project data files downloaded from the BCIS web site. Work storage medium (USB drive, or personal network space, or personal hard drive). Mastering MS Project is an important skill for business students to learn. Complete all Tutorials IN TANDEM with working on your assignment. They will teach you everything you need to know to complete your work. Work smarter, not harder! A. Description: For this assignment submit ONLY the following tasks from your PROJECT 2010 textbook. ******** DO NOT SUBMIT ANY PRINTOUTS. DO NOT WRITE ANY PARAGRAPHS. ******* 1. Tutorial 1 assignments (15 points): Complete all steps on pages 13 thru 27 submit Rooms.mpp Complete all steps on pages 30 thru 51 submit NewAV-1.mpp Prepare steps 1 thru 15 on page 54 for Case #1, "RIVER DELL/HOMES -- submit NewHome- 1.mpp 2. Tutorial 2 assignments (15 points): Complete all steps on pages 63 thru 96 submit VPInstall-2.mpp Complete all steps on pages 101 thru 125 submit NewAV-2.mpp Prepare steps 1 thru 19 on page for Case #1, "RIVER DELL/HOMES -- submit NewHome-2.mpp 3. Tutorial 3 and Tutorial 4 assignments (10 points): Complete all steps on pages 136 thru 160 submit NewAV-3.mpp Complete all steps on pages 201 thru 223 submit NewAV-4.mpp B. How to complete the MS Project 2010 Assignment: 1. Download Project 2010 data file from the 2610 website and save to a storage medium of your choice. 2. Work through each Tutorial s assignments in sequence. Save the.mpp files on your storage medium. C. Electronic Submission for Section 002: 1. Address an to your Instructor s grader. 2. Put BCIS 2610 Project Assignment submission [Your Name] in the subject line. 3. Attach copies of your homework files to this message 4. Send the to before the due date/time specified.
10 BCIS 2610, Spring 2016 Page 10 of 13 EXCEL 2013 ASSIGNMENT, SPRING 2016 Total 25 points (If you do not finish, submit whatever you have completed to earn some points). Create and use an Excel folder for your solutions. What will you need to complete the assignment? 1. The big textbook containing MS Excel Access to a computer with Excel 2013 installed (all UNT computer labs have it). 3. The MS Excel data files downloaded from the BCIS web site. 4. Work storage medium (USB drive, or personal network space, or personal hard drive). Mastering Excel is an important skill for business students to learn. Complete all Tutorials (Chapters) IN TANDEM with working on your assignment. The tutorials will teach you everything you need to know to complete your work. Complete the tutorials before doing the assignments! A. Description: For this assignment submit ONLY the following problems from your book. Add your name and UNT Student ID to the header of all submitted worksheets. DO NOT submit any printouts. 1. Tutorial 3 assignments (10 points): Complete all steps on pages 131 thru Submit Fitness Tracker.xlsx. Complete steps 1 thru 13 on pages for Case #2, "Economics 102 Add your name to the header of your worksheet. Submit Econ Grades.xlsx. 2. Tutorial 6 assignments (10 points): Complete steps 1-13 on pages for Case #2, "Sweet Dreams Bakery. -- Submit all Case #2 files. NOTE: Any OneDrive ( SkyDrive ) work is optional on your part and will not be graded. 3. Tutorial 11 assignments (5 points): Complete all steps on pages 657 thru 688, and 702 thru 708, for Chalcedony Fund. -- Submit ChalcedonyFund.xlsx. B. How to complete the Excel Assignment: 1. Download Excel data files from the 2610 website and save them to a storage medium of your choice. 2. Work each Tutorial s assignments in sequence. Save the.xlsx files on your storage medium. C. Electronic submission 1. Address an to your instructor s grader. 2. Put BCIS 2610 Excel Assignment submission [Your Name] in the subject line. 3. Attach to your copies of your Excel homework files. 4. Send the to before the due date/time specified by your instructor.
11 BCIS 2610, Spring 2016 Page 11 of 13 POWERPOINT 2013 ASSIGNMENT, SPRING 2016 Total 10 points (If you do not finish, submit whatever you have completed to earn some points.) Create and use a PowerPoint folder for your solutions. What will you need to complete the assignment? 1. The big textbook containing MS PowerPoint Access to a computer with PowerPoint 2013 installed (all UNT computer labs have it). 3. The MS PowerPoint data files downloaded from the BCIS web site. 4. Work storage medium (USB drive, or personal network space, or personal hard drive). Mastering PowerPoint is an important skill for business students to learn. Complete the walk-thru Tutorials (Chapters) IN TANDEM with working on your assignment. The tutorials will teach you everything you need to know to complete your work. Complete the tutorials before doing the assignments! A. Description: For this assignment submit ONLY the following problems from your book. Add your name and UNT Student ID to the title page of all submitted presentations. DO NOT submit any printouts. 1. Tutorial 2 assignments (5 points): Complete steps 1 9 on pages for Case #2 Powder Coating Submit Coating.pptx. 2. Tutorial 3 assignments (5 points): Complete steps 1 18 on pages for Case #2 Medical Dental, etc. Submit MedicalAccounting.pptx B. How to complete the PowerPoint Assignment: 1. Download from the 2610 website the PowerPoint data files, and save to a storage medium of your choice. 2. Work each Tutorial s assignments in sequence. Save the.pptx files on your storage medium. 3. DO NOT SUBMIT the completed tutorial files for this assignment. C. Electronic submission 1. Address an to your instructor s grader. 2. Put BCIS 2610 Power Point Assignment submission by [Your Name] in the subject line. 3. Attach to your copies of your PowerPoint homework files. 4. Send the to before the due date/time specified by your instructor.
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13 BCIS 2610, Spring 2016 Page 13 of 13 STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING OF BCIS 2610 POLICIES AND PROCEDURES I have read the COURSE SYLLABUS and BCIS 2610 Policies and Procedures, and will follow them. PLEASE SIGN YOUR NAME BELOW EXACTLY THE WAY THAT YOU WILL SIGN ON EACH EXAM. (your signature) (print your name) (todays date) PLEASE SIGN ***ONLY ONE*** OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS: 1. Mindful of my rights to privacy, I allow my instructor to post my grades by the last 4 digits of my UNT Student ID number. If two students IDs have the same last 4 digits, I allow use of the last 5 digits of my number. -- OR -- (your signature) 2. DO NOT use any part of my Student ID. I will meet with my instructor to agree on a different number for identification. I understand that until I meet with my instructor about using a different number, my instructor will continue to use part of my Student ID, as per #1 above. -- OR -- (your signature) 3. DO NOT use any part of my Student ID and DO NOT use a substitute identifier. I will meet with my instructor about keeping track of my own grades. I understand that until I meet with my instructor about this matter, my instructor will continue to use part of my Student ID, as per #1 above. (your signature)
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