Fundamental Computing Skills for the Digital Middle Age

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This course covers basic personal computer skills to include: email etiquette, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software, the file system, digital photography and videography, and interconnectivity. The perfect student will have some, but limited or no, formal computer training. The course runs approximately 2.25 hours and is broken into 12 sections. All sections except the intro and summary include an unscored quiz and all sections include resource materials. Anyone interested in improving their computer skills should definitely consider this course.
  • This section introduces the learner to the primary learning objectives.
    • Introduction

      In this, the introductory section of the Laptop Fundamentals course, Rick Phillips briefly describes each of the course's nine sections, establishes his principle target audience and sets learner expectations.

  • This section explores the primary laptop components.
    • In this section the learner will be introduced to the primary laptop components.
  • Internet Best Practices
    • Internet Best Practices
  • This section covers four internet applications: Amazon, eBay, Facebook & Skype.
    • Internet Applications
  • This section covers email creation and best practices with respect to etiquette.
    • Email Etiquette
  • This section covers basic word processing skills as realized via Microsoft Word.
    • Word Processing
  • Spreadsheets
    • Spreadsheets
  • Presentation Software
    • Presentation Software
  • The File System
    • The File System
  • Digital Photos and Videos
    • Digital Photos and Videos
  • Interconnectivity
    • Interconnectivity
  • Summary
    • Summary
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