This hands-on lab course covers basic spreadsheet functions such as simple formulas, formatting, and print layout using Microsoft Excel. Course projects introduce skills using a variety of formulas and basic functions, charts, and absolute addressing. This course would be beneficial to any students with a desire to analyze numerical data, manage finances, perform simple statistics, or generate charts and graphs.

05/18/2020-07/10/2020 Web-based course

This course is one of a series of one-credit general education technology modules available students seeking to gain a general understanding of Word 2016. 

It will cover basic functions of designing, creating, and formatting documents of various types using the software package Microsoft Word 2016.

Learning objectives will be attained through information and media links provided online, as well as hands-on projects assigned for completion outside of a classroom. 

You will be required to review the material and activities presented in the book and MyITLab environment, and work through the “grader” assignments for assessment.

When finished, you will be able to design and create robust documents with various techniques available in word processing software.

In this course, students will gain experiential knowledge of many basic spreadsheet techniques, as well as an introduction to basic spreadsheet design, production, and maintenance concepts.  

This hands-on, lab course introduces presentation graphics software. Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 is used to create and edit on-screen “slide” presentations, handouts, and overhead transparencies. Course projects introduce skills such as adding pictures, creating custom backgrounds, and maximizing transitional effects. This course would be beneficial to any students who will be making presentations in other courses, in future business settings, or for educational purposes.

This course covers basic functions of designing, creating, querying, and formatting databases, using tables, rows, and attributes to select, format, summarize and analyze data using the software package Microsoft Access 2016®. 

Learning objectives will be attained through information and media links provided online, as well as hands-on projects assigned for completion.

You will be required to review the material and activities presented in the book and MyITLab environment, and work through the chapter and “grader” assignments for assessment. 

When finished, you will be able to design and create simple databases and format and query with result tables and reports.