Introduction to Computer Literacy - Microsoft Office AET/541 Dorothy Carlin Forward

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<ul><li> Slide 1 </li> <li> Introduction to Computer Literacy - Microsoft Office AET/541 Dorothy Carlin Forward </li> <li> Slide 2 </li> <li> Notes: Target audience Students who are new to the college classroom environment and this class is one of the first they will be assigned. Ages of students in the class range from high school freshmen to senior citizens. The university prides itself on their diversity and focus on the Hispanic population. Most students are on state grants and would be unable to attend college without these grants. Navigation: Use back and forward buttons to easily move between slides. Personalization: Audrey is the facilitator of the course and speaks in a conversational manner throughout the instruction. Animation: No Narrator: Hello, welcome to CMPS 111 Computer Literacy Microsoft Office my name is Audrey Betzner. The Title: Computer LiteracyScene (opening page): Introduction Slide 1 Graphics: Yes - BackgroundAudio: No Slide number: 1 Skill or Concept: Introduction Welcome to Computer Literacy Microsoft Office Learning Module One Introduction Goal: Prepare your computer to start this class and Identify Application documents. Objective: Check existence of needed software. Locate and Install any needed software. Activities: Read each content page. Follow the directions on the pages. Install any missing and necessary software. Complete the Module One quiz. Back Forward </li> <li> Slide 3 </li> <li> Notes: Contiguity: The narration throughout the instruction will support the text and graphics. Segmentation: The objectives are clearly introduced to the learner and show how the information will be segmented throughout the presentation. Navigation: Continue with the use of back and forward buttons to easily move between slides. Introduction to the use of linking within slides. Animation: No Narrator: Completing the Getting Ready learning module is the first step in this course. Following the directions of opening each application and ensuring all necessary software applications are installed and working properly demonstrates ability to identify Microsoft Office documents. Title: Computer LiteracyScene: Introduction Slide 2 Graphics: Yes - BackgroundAudio: No Slide number: 2 Skill or Concept: Introduction Computer Literacy Microsoft Office Identification and Verification of Software Learning Module One Table of Contents Back Forward 1.Word Checkup 2.PowerPoint Checkup 3.Excel Checkup 4.Access Checkup 5.PDF Checkup 6.Quiz Demonstration 7.Learning Module One Quiz Software/Application Slide </li> <li> Slide 4 </li> <li> Notes: Contiguity: The narration throughout the instruction will support the text and graphics. Segmentation: The objectives are clearly introduced to the learner and show how the information will be segmented throughout the presentation. Navigation: Continue with the use of back and forward buttons to easily move between slides. Introduction to the use of linking within slides. Animation: No Narrator: Completing the Getting Ready learning module is the first step in this course. Following the directions of opening each application and ensuring all necessary software applications are installed and working properly demonstrates ability to identify Microsoft Office documents. Title: Computer LiteracyScene: Content Slide 1 Graphics: Yes - BackgroundAudio: No Slide number: 3 Skill or Concept: Introduction Computer Literacy Microsoft Office Content Page One Word Checkup Directions 1.Determine if it is necessary to install Microsoft Word 2010. 2.A window frame will appear and ask if you want to open the file with Microsoft Word or to Save the file. Choose to open the file, click OK. A Word 2010 document will be displayed, the contents of which will be "This is a Word file. and you may move on to the next page of this module."This is a Word file. 3.If you are unable to open the file please click http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_d etailpage&amp;v=78LKUSSuU0o for advice on purchasing Microsoft Office 2010 at a discount for students. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_d etailpage&amp;v=78LKUSSuU0o Back Forward </li> <li> Slide 5 </li> <li> Notes: Contiguity: The narration throughout the instruction will support the text and graphics. Segmentation: The objectives are clearly introduced to the learner and show how the information will be segmented throughout the presentation. Navigation: Continue with the use of back and forward buttons to easily move between slides. Introduction to the use of linking within slides. Animation: No Narrator: Completing the Getting Ready learning module is the first step in this course. Following the directions of opening each application and ensuring all necessary software applications are installed and working properly demonstrates ability to identify Microsoft Office documents. Title: Computer LiteracyScene: Content Slide 2 Graphics: Yes - BackgroundAudio: No Slide number: 4 Skill or Concept: Introduction Computer Literacy Microsoft Office Content Page Two PowerPoint Checkup Directions Back Forward 1.Determine if it is necessary to install Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. 2.A window frame will appear and ask if you want to open the file with Microsoft PowerPoint or to Save the file. Choose to open the file, click OK. A PowerPoint 2010 document will be displayed, the contents of which will be "This is a PowerPoint file. and you may move on to the next page of this module."This is a PowerPoint file. 3.If you are unable to open the file please click http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_d etailpage&amp;v=78LKUSSuU0o for advice on purchasing Microsoft Office 2010 at a discount for students. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_d etailpage&amp;v=78LKUSSuU0o </li> <li> Slide 6 </li> <li> Notes: Contiguity: The narration throughout the instruction will support the text and graphics. Segmentation: The objectives are clearly introduced to the learner and show how the information will be segmented throughout the presentation. Navigation: Continue with the use of back and forward buttons to easily move between slides. Introduction to the use of linking within slides. Animation: No Narrator: Completing the Getting Ready learning module is the first step in this course. Following the directions of opening each application and ensuring all necessary software applications are installed and working properly demonstrates ability to identify Microsoft Office documents. Title: Computer LiteracyScene: Content Slide 3 Graphics: Yes - BackgroundAudio: No Slide number: 5 Skill or Concept: Introduction Computer Literacy Microsoft Office Content Page Three Excel Checkup Directions Back Forward 1.Determine if it is necessary to install Microsoft Excel 2010. 2.A window frame will appear and ask if you want to open the file with Microsoft Excel or to Save the file. Choose to open the file, click OK. An Excel 2010 document will be displayed, the contents of which will be "This is an Excel file. and you may move on to the next page of this module."This is an Excel file. 3.If you are unable to open the file please click http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_d etailpage&amp;v=78LKUSSuU0o for advice on purchasing Microsoft Office 2010 at a discount for students. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_d etailpage&amp;v=78LKUSSuU0o </li> <li> Slide 7 </li> <li> Notes: Contiguity: The narration throughout the instruction will support the text and graphics. Segmentation: The objectives are clearly introduced to the learner and show how the information will be segmented throughout the presentation. Navigation: Continue with the use of back and forward buttons to easily move between slides. Introduction to the use of linking within slides. Animation: No Narrator: Completing the Getting Ready learning module is the first step in this course. Following the directions of opening each application and ensuring all necessary software applications are installed and working properly demonstrates ability to identify Microsoft Office documents. Title: Computer LiteracyScene: Content Slide 4 Graphics: Yes - BackgroundAudio: No Slide number: 6 Skill or Concept: Introduction Computer Literacy Microsoft Office Content Page Four Access Checkup Directions Back Forward 1.Determine if it is necessary to install Microsoft Excel 2010. 2.A window frame will appear and ask if you want to open the file with Microsoft Access or to Save the file. Choose to open the file, click OK. An Access 2010 document will be displayed, the contents of which will be "This is an Access database. and you may move on to the next page of this module."This is an Access database. 3.If you are unable to open the file please click http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_d etailpage&amp;v=78LKUSSuU0o for advice on purchasing Microsoft Office 2010 at a discount for students. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_d etailpage&amp;v=78LKUSSuU0o </li> <li> Slide 8 </li> <li> Notes: Contiguity: The narration throughout the instruction will support the text and graphics. Segmentation: The objectives are clearly introduced to the learner and show how the information will be segmented throughout the presentation. Navigation: Continue with the use of back and forward buttons to easily move between slides. Introduction to the use of linking within slides. Animation: No Narrator: Completing the Getting Ready learning module is the first step in this course. Following the directions of opening each application and ensuring all necessary software applications are installed and working properly demonstrates ability to identify Microsoft Office documents. Title: Computer LiteracyScene: Content Slide 5 Graphics: Yes - BackgroundAudio: Yes Slide number: 7 Skill or Concept: Introduction Computer Literacy Microsoft Office Content Page Five Adobe Reader Checkup Directions Back Forward 1.Determine if it is necessary to install Adobe Reader. 2.A window frame will appear and ask if you want to open the file with Adobe Reader or to Save the file. Choose to open the file, click OK. An Adobe.pdf document will be displayed, the contents of which will be "This is a PDF file. and you may move on to the next page of this module."This is a PDF file. 3.If you are unable to open the file please click http://get.adobe.com/reader/ and you may download Adobe Reader for free. http://get.adobe.com/reader/ </li> <li> Slide 9 </li> <li> Notes: Contiguity: The narration throughout the instruction will support the text and graphics. Personalization: Audrey is the host of the course and speaks in a conversational manner throughout the instruction. Navigation: Continue with the use of back and forward buttons to easily move between slides. U se links within slides for more information. Worked Example: When you advance to the next page, you will be presented with the quiz instructions. Please read the instructions carefully. Animation: No Narrator: The Getting Ready learning module introduces basic computer functions to the beginner. Title: Computer LiteracyScene (opening page): Introduction Slide 3 Graphics: Yes - BackgroundAudio: No Slide number: 3 Skill or Concept: Introduction Back Forward Computer Literacy Microsoft Office Learning Module One Quiz Instructions The purpose of taking a quiz is to affirm that you understand the terminology and concepts presented in a learning module. A demonstration on how to take a quiz in Blackboard is available at http://www.wnmuonline.net/mathcs/burgess/Videos/T akeQuiz/TakeQuiz.html http://www.wnmuonline.net/mathcs/burgess/Videos/T akeQuiz/TakeQuiz.html When you advance to the next slide, you will be presented with the quiz parameters. Please read these carefully. Please take note of the number of times you may take the quiz and when it is due. After you have taken the quiz and received an 80% or above, you will have completed the first learning module and may advance to learning module two, Word Chapter 1 and Technology Chapter 1 (Computer Literacy). </li> <li> Slide 10 </li> <li> Notes: Navigation: Continue with the use of back and forward buttons to easily move between slides. Use links within slides for more information. Pretraining: In order to move on to the next learning module the learner must receive an 80% on the Getting Ready Quiz. Worked Example: When you advance to the next page, you will be presented with an example of verification of software. Animation: No Text/Narrator: To begin the assessment, at the bottom of these instructions click Begin Assessment, The Assessment screen appears. Title: Computer LiteracyScene (opening page): Introduction Slide 4 Graphics: Yes - BackgroundAudio: Yes Slide number: 4 Skill or Concept: Introduction Computer Literacy Microsoft Office Getting Ready Quiz Instructions Back Forward Available starting: November 18, 2011 8:00 AM Available until: November 20, 2011 11:59 PM Duration: 1 Hour(s) Note: your completion time is measured from when you click Begin Assessment to when you click Finish. Question delivery: One at a time Note: questions can be answered in any order. You can revisit questions after you have answered them. Attempts allowed: Unlimited Attempts completed: 0 Grade: -/100 </li> <li> Slide 11 </li> <li> Notes: Navigation: To continue the class the learner will complete the first learning module and be ready to move on to the next. Pretraining: As the student repeats the steps with each application within this learning module the repeated steps become familiar. The student learns that following directions means success in beginner computer literacy.. Worked Example: Student learns the visual differences between the applications. Animation: No Text narration: When clicking on the link What is the only table in this database ? an example is given of the Access database seen in the quiz., and the answer to the question. As long as the student follows directions, the course content should come easily and successfully. What is the only table in this database ? Title: Computer LiteracyScene (opening page): Introduction Slide 5 Graphics: Yes - BackgroundAudio: Yes Slide number: 5 Skill or Concept: Introduction Computer Literacy Microsoft Office Learning Module One Quiz Question One Back Forward Choose the correct document for the Application: Answer: 2 </li> <li> Slide 12 </li> <li> Notes: Navigation: To continue the class the learner will complete the first learning module and be ready to move on to the next. Pretraining: As the student repeats the steps with each application within this learning module the repeated steps become familiar. The student learns that following directions means success in beginner computer literacy.. Worked Example: Student learns the visual differences between the applications. Animation: No Text narration: When clicking on the link What is the only table in this database ? an example is given of the Access database seen in the quiz., and the answer to the question. As long as the student follows directions, the course content should come easily a...</li></ul>