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COURSE DESCRIPTIONTo obtain a fundamental understanding of computer terminology, hardware, software,operating systems, and information systems relating to the business environment. Themain focus of this course is on business applications of software, including wordprocessing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation graphics, and business utilizationof the Internet.This course is an accelerated course designed to familiarize you with computer concepts and problemsolving techniques. Microcomputers and widely used software are emphasized so that you will beprepared to use the computer for later course work and to move directly into the workforce as a productiveemployee. Most examples in this course are business oriented, but the underlying problem-solvingmethodology and skills can be applied to each area of study and interest.COURSE OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, you will be able to.Apply course material to improve thinking skills.Acquire factual/practical knowledge related to business and technology.Develop and present professional skills and viewpoints.STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMESUpon successful completion of the course, you will be able to:To use accepted word processing techniques to produce a well-designed and esthetically pleasing formaldocument.To use standard spreadsheet features to produce a representation and analysis of numerical data.To create an original graphic image.To locate, retrieve, and evaluate information relevant to a question.To create an electronic document that discusses a single subject or conveys a message.To recognize and respond to an ethical issue related to computer usage.

This class requires XL2019 or higher Click for ASU IT supportINSTRUCTOR INFORMATIONVincent ManganoCLASS MEETINGSLocation: VirtualOffice: Rassman 225Virtual Office: BbOffice hours: By Appointment only. To set up anoffice visit via Zoom, please email the instructor forscheduling and agreed upon time.vincent.mangano@angelo.edu / 325.486.6497Asynchronous there are no scheduled class hoursThis is an online course. You are expected tocomplete the course materials at your convenience.I will be available to assist through email and viaZoom.COURSE READINGS/MATERIALSTo access your course materials and explore Cengage Unlimited, clickon “Enroll in Cengage Unlimited” in the “Welcome” tab. and createyour Cengage account or log in (using an existing one).For step-by-step help on getting started, check out our helpful trainingvideo and instructions at in the Welcome tab or go tocengage.com/start-strong. Just select that you’re using MindTap inBlackboard.Once you’ve registered, view this tutorial video to learn how to accessthe print options that come with your MindTap course.Title: The Shelly Cashman Series Collection Microsoft Office 365 &Office 2019, 1st EditionAuthor: Sandra Cable; Steven M. Freund; Ellen Monk; Susan L.Sebok; Joy L. Starks; Misty E. VermaatISBN-10: 0-357-02622-5ISBN-13: 978-0-357-02622-9 Institution Code: T2129624

This course requires MindTap. MindTap. is available for purchase on its own, or through Cengage Unlimited, asubscription that gives you access to all Cengage online textbooks and access codes in one place—for1.) 119.99 per semester,2.) 179.99 per year or3.) 239.99 for two years.No matter how many Cengage products you use, they are included in Cengage Unlimited at no additional cost.Prefer print? For select titles, you can also get a hardcopy textbook rental with your activation throughCengage Unlimited for 7.99 free shipping and the option to purchase a loose-leaf version of your textbook,which you can keep. Cengage Unlimited is available in the bookstore or at cengage.com/unlimited.You can download the Blackboard app from theApp Store. It should be listed as Bb, Mobile Learn.After downloading the BB app, launch the app andwhen prompted, type in the name of the school(Angelo State University). You will be prompted topay for the app and after payment you will be askedto authenticate (log in) using your University systemusername and password.TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR COURSEThis course is a Web-assisted course, deliveredthrough Blackboard and the Cengage MindTaplearning system. See additional information underCourse Textbook and Required Readings.Course TechnologyStudents can get technical help here.This is a Microsoft OS required course, manycourse activities will work on a Microsoft Officefor MAC OS. High-speed Internet connection Blackboard Learning Management System:Access to the Blackboard Learning ManagementSystem. Login with the Blackboard username andpassword credentials.ASU Technical SupportThe Technology Service Center (TSC) may becontacted by calling (325) 942-2911 or 1-866-9422911 or by email at helpdesk@angelo.edu SAMSupport may be contacted at 800.654.9706, (option5 followed by option 1).Assessment MethodsStudents will be assessed on the completion of specific projects and exams administered through the SAM system as perthe attached schedule. Students will be expected to complete all assignments on a timely basis. These assessmentassignments are listed as follows;EEO1: To use accepted word processing techniques to produce a well-designed and esthetically pleasing formaldocument.Method of Assessment: Formative Assessment, Shelly Cashman Word 2019 Capstone: Lab 1EEO2: To use standard spreadsheet features to produce a representation and analysis of numerical data.Method of Assessment: Formative Assessment, Shelly Cashman Excel 2019 Capstone: Lab 1EEO3: To create an original graphic image.Method of Assessment: Formative Assessment, Shelly Cashman Power Point 2019 Capstone: LabEEO4: To locate, retrieve, and evaluate information relevant to a question.Method of Assessment: Formative Assessment, SAM Tasks Assignment listed in SAM Exams as “Assignment forAssessment of EEO4” and covers various topics of sorting, retrieving, querying, etc.EEO5: To create an electronic document that discusses a single subject or conveys a message.Method of Assessment: Formative Assessment, SAM 2019 Shelly Cashman Word 2019 Capstone: Lab 1

COURSE POLICIESAttendance & TardinessAttendance is required for allclasses as stated in the UniversityBulletin and will be recorded.Attendance is based on theassignment completion. In orderto get credit for attending class thestudent must complete eachassigned module according toclass/assigned schedule;otherwise, the absence will standas recorded.Academic IntegrityAngelo State University expects itsstudents to maintain completehonesty and integrity in theiracademic pursuits. Students areresponsible for understanding andcomplying with the universityAcademic Honor Code and theASU Student Handbook. AngeloState University expects itsstudents to maintain completehonesty and integrity in theiracademic pursuits. Students areresponsible for understanding theAcademic Honor Code, which iscontained in both print and webversions of the Student Handbook.It is the professor’s intention to beas fair and impartial as is humanlypossible. Therefore, all studentswill be asked to adhere to thesame set of guidelines and rulesUNLESS there are disabilities ordocumented extenuatingcircumstances that have beendiscussed with the professor andthe Student Life Office. Pleasemake sure you inform theprofessor as soon as any situationarises. Do NOT wait until theproblem is compounded by poorclass performance, poorattendance, etc.Academic integrity is expected.This includes, but is not limited to,any form of cheating, plagiarism,unauthorized sharing of work, orunauthorized possession of coursematerials. The professor assumesthat all students can be trusted.Please do no violate this trust.Violation of academic integrity willresult in a failing grade for thecourse.Late Work & RevisionNo late work (exams orassignments) will be acceptedfor any reason. This means thatyou should plan ahead tocomplete assignments andexams early. Do not wait untilone hour before an exam orassignment is due to try andcomplete it. RememberMurphy’s Law: Whatever cango wrong will go wrong, and atthe worst possible time. If astudent procrastinates, this lawusually applies.You are responsible for allmaterial covered and allassignments given, regardlessof personal illness, familyemergency, or computersystem failures. Reasonabledeadlines have been set toensure that you have ampletime to complete allassignments, given that you donot wait until the last minute.Amnesty is a time assigned tomake up (or improve) up to twoassignments. This day is listedin MindTap. Assignments arelimited to projects.For assignments that are notsubmitted at all, the studentwill receive a grade of 0%.Instructor Response TimeInstructor will respond within 24business hours of inquiry orsooner 95% of the time,students are expected torespond within the same timeframe. All students areexpected to check their emaildaily. The listed Ramport emailwill be the email used for allemail communication.

SUPPORT SERVICESASU Writing CenterThe writing center offers writingtutoring to students, staff, facultyand the wider community in anydiscipline, 6 days/ week. Theyalso offer phone tutorials.ASU eLearning ServicesAs part of the InformationTechnology Office, theeLearning Center supports themission of Angelo StateUniversity. We are dedicated toproviding support and trainingto enhance the professionalskills of all students.ASU Tutoring CenterThe Tutoring Center offerstutoring in writing and math. Forhours of operation andinformation about online tutoringfor writing, check their website.ASU Math LabThe math lab offers tutoringto students at all levels.If you believe you are eligible,please visit their web sitewww.angelo.edu/services/disability-services/ or contact astudent affairs staff person oncampus. You can also contactDisability Services by phone at325-942-2047.or by e-mail(ada@angelo.edu)ASU Library325-486-6263The Porter Henderson Libraryvirtual reference help desk isavailable to assist studentswith library research andother questions.Porter Henderson Library, 224ASU Disability /Operates in the Houston HarteUniversity Center to provideeLearning@angelo.eduacademic accommodations toenrolled students who areidentified as being eligible forthese services.EVALUATION POLICIESGrading PoliciesCases and ProjectsGrades are computed on apoint scale and converted topercentages based on the totalnumber of points accumulatedover the course. You will havean opportunity forapproximately 3400 points,point assignments at thediscrepancy of the instructor.Cases and projects in this classwill consist of the following:The grading scale is as 69.9999999%FBelow 60%Except in cases of actual error,final grades are permanent.Interactive assignments throughMindTap are mandatoryexercises related to the materialpresented in the textbookreadings provided in yourassignment. There is no makeup work for these assignments;these points depend on yourbeing in class and beingprepared.MindTap assignments. Theseprojects and Exam assignmentsare essentials to the learningand development of thestudent. There will be a projectassigned almost daily with aminimum point value of 100.Each subject matter will have aCapstone” project worth aminimum of 200 points andmust be completed by theassigned due date. You maysubmit your assignments up toa minimum of three times, andthe highest grade will berecorded.ExamsExams will be given on aregular basis. The exams willbe made available during theassigned module. There are nomake-up exams unless youhave a college excusedabsence. If you miss an exam,that grade will be a zero whencomputing your final average inthe class. All exams are worth50 points unless definedotherwise in the MindTapsystem.

Response TimeInstructor will respond within 24business hours of inquiry orsooner, you are expected torespond within the same timeframe. You are expected tocheck their email daily. Thelisted Ramport email will be theemail used for all emailcommunication.Missed/Late WorkNo late work (exams orassignments) will be acceptedfor any reason. This means thatyou should plan ahead tocomplete assignments andexams early. Do not wait untilone hour before an exam orassignment is due to try andcomplete it. RememberMurphy’s Law: Whatever cango wrong will go wrong, and atthe worst possible time. If youprocrastinate, this law usuallyapplies.You are responsible for allmaterial covered and allassignments given, regardlessof personal illness, familyemergency, or computersystem failures. Reasonabledeadlines have been set toensure that you have ampletime to complete allassignments, given that you donot wait until the last minute.Amnesty is a time assigned tomake up (or improve) up to twoassignments. This day is listedin MindTap. Assignments arelimited to projects.For assignments that are notsubmitted at all, you will receivea grade of 0%.Participation/AbsenteeismAttendance is required for allclasses as stated in theUniversity Bulletin and will berecorded. Attendance is basedon the assignment completion.In order to get credit forattending class you mustcomplete each assignedmodule according toclass/assigned schedule;otherwise, the absence willstand as recorded.Extra Credit WorkThere is no extra credit work forindividuals. Extra creditopportunities for individualsdiscriminate against studentswho submit their work in goodorder and on time; therefore, Idon’t allow extra creditassignments, unless I do so forthe entire class. If you keep upwith your regular work, therewill be no need for extra creditwork; however I reserve theright to offer extra creditassignment to enhance thestudent experience.Final ExamThe Final Exam schedulefollows the University FinalsSchedule as posted by the ASUweb site. Students who have agrade point average greaterthan or equal to 90% by thetime of the final can opt out ofthe final exam. All otherstudents are required to takethe exam. You will have theoption to replace any recordedgrade w

Method of Assessment: Formative Assessment, Shelly Cashman Word 2019 Capstone: Lab 1 EEO2: To use standard spreadsheet features to produce a representation and analysis of numerical data. Method of Assessment: Formative Assessment, Shelly Cashman Excel 2019 Capstone: Lab 1 EEO3: To create an original graphic image.

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