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CPLA 120 Syllabus

Instructor:

Rickie Pickett
Send E-Mail To: rpickett@ewu.edu
Phone: 359-6907 or 359-6260 (Computer Science Office)
Office: Computer & Engineering Sciences Building, Room 313
Office Hours: 11:00am --11:50am or by appointment

Text: (Required)

GO! with Microsoft Office 2010 Introductory (Custom Edition for Eastern Washington University)

Materials:

MYITLAB Account (needs to be completed by 10/04)
Canvas
NetStorage, or some type of storage device

Course Goals:

The purpose of this course is an introduction to the basics of working in a computer environment.
Students will learn about hardware, software, and the Internet.
Students will receive approximately three hours of lecture and/or demonstrations, and two hours of scheduled lab time. We do not offer enough lab time to complete all the homework for most students.
The course is designed to fulfill the EWU Computer Literacy requirements.

Policies:

Students are expected to do their own work on Lab assignments, quizzes and exams. If students are caught cheating, both the student helping and the student being helped may/will receive a XF for the class.
Students always need to put their names on their assignments. A “0” will be given for any assignment turned in without the students name.
If you do your labs at home and work with a roommate, friend, etc. then you need to make sure that each person does THEIR own work. You cannot do one assignment and only change the names. If you DO attempt this AND get caught, you will receive a XF for that assignment. If you CONTINUE to share assignments you will be removed from the class with a XF class grade.
In order to receive at least a 2.0 your responsibility is to meet the requirement of completing 60% (600 points) of the class work (Assignments, Chapter Quizzes (Technology in Action), Web Assignments, the Final and class attendance) and pass both the Lit 1 and Lit 2 Exams with

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