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University of Pembangunan Nasional Pokok Bahasan  Perangkat Keras Komputer  Perangkat Lunak Komputer  Program Aplikasi  Word processing  Presentation.

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2 University of Pembangunan Nasional

3 Pokok Bahasan  Perangkat Keras Komputer  Perangkat Lunak Komputer  Program Aplikasi  Word processing  Presentation  Spreadsheets  Pengelolaan Data dan Informasi  Jaringan Komputer  Aplikasi jaringan: Internet, Intranet

4 Detail Pokok Bahasan 1. Teknologi Infomarasi  Dasar Teknologi Informasi  Konsep-Konsep Sejarah Komputer  Komponen Dasar Sistem Komputer  Bagaimana Sistem Komputer Bekerja 2. Fungsi Utama Perangkat Keras Komputer  Konfigurasi dan Klasifikasi Komputer  CPU (Central Processing Unit)  Peralatan Input-Output dan Pendukung  Penyimpan Skunder 3. Dasar penggunaan Aplikasi Perangkat Lunak dan OS  OS (Operating System) dan Fungsinya  Disk Operating System (DOS) Bahasa tingkat tinggi dan Tingkat Rendah  Assembler, Compiler dan Interpreter  WINDOWS dan Dasar MS Office 4. Keamanan Data  Pentingnya Backup  Krisis Virus Komputer 5. Komputer dan Jaringan  Local Area Network (LAN)  Metropolitan Area Network (MAN)  Wide Area Network (WAN)  LAN Components, Topologies and Types  Transmission Media

5 Tujuan:  Menggambarkan tiga ciri-ciri dasar Komputer  Describe at least four areas of society in which computers are used  Identify the basic components of a computer system: input, processing, output, and storage  List some common input, output, and storage media  Distinguish data from information  Describe the significance of networking  Explain the significance of the Internet  Explain the various classifications of computers

6 Course Assessment Quiz20% Test20% Assignment20% Final Exam40% Total = 100%

7 Introduction to Computers  Computer hardware  Input, Output & peripheral devices  History of computers

8 Basic Components of a Computer System What is computer? An electronic device that can accept data (input), process the input to useful information (process) according to a set of instructions, store the instructions and the results of processing (storage), and produce the information (output).

9 Basic Components of a Computer System Other definition:  A machine that can be programmed to accept data (input), process it into useful information (output), and store it away (in secondary storage device) for diamankan or later reuse  Proses diarahkan oleh perangkat lunak tetapi dilakukan oleh perangkat keras

10 Information Age  Evolving more rapidly than Industrial Age  Will continue into the current century

11 Cornerstones of our Economy  Land  Labor  Capital  Information Forging a Computer-Based Society:

12 Jobs  From physical to mental  From muscle-power to brain-power Forging a Computer-Based Society:

13 A Computer in Your Future  Where used?  Bank withdrawal  Supermarket  Drive the car  Do I need a Personal Computer?  Campaign: One Home, One PC  Many more use at work  Will I use a computer in my future career?  Almost every job will involve use of a computer Video: Future of Information TechnologyFuture of Information Technology

14 Computer Literacy  Awareness  Importance  Versatility  Pervasiveness in our society  Knowledge  What are computers  How do computers work  Terminology  Interaction  Use some simple computer applications

15 Is computer literacy enough?  Need to be computer literate to manipulate a computer  Need to be computer fluent on computer concepts as a basis to build deeper knowledge  Computer fluency make one able to continue follow developments as computers continue to evolve

16 Basic Information Technology Concept  Information technology - the use of modern technology to aid the capture, storage, retrieval, analysis, and communication of information.  The various methods of delivering information are by the use of data, text, image, and voice for personal or organization needs.

17 History of Computers  Man from centuries ago used a physical unit or sets of units to represent numbers or quantities.  A number or a quantity can be represented by a physical thing, whether it is: a pebble a transistor a bead of wire a mark on a bit of paper a mechanical gear wheel an electrical relay a vacuum tube

18 The Nature of Computers Characteristics  Speed  Reliability  Storage capability Results  Productivity  Decision making  Cost reduction

19 Where Computers Are Used: Graphics Graphs and charts Animated graphics Visual walk-through

20 Where Computers Are Used: Education  Teaching and testing aid  Learning by doing  Computer-based instruction

21 Where Computers Are Used: Retailing  Bar codes for pricing and inventory  Shipping

22 Where Computers Are Used: Energy  Locate oil, coal, natural gas, and uranium  Monitor the power network  Meter reading

23 Where Computers Are Used: Law Enforcement  National fingerprint files  National files on criminal  Computer modeling of DNA

24 Where Computers Are Used: Transportation  Cars  Run rapid transit systems  Load containerships  Track railroad cars  Monitor air traffic

25 Where Computers Are Used: Money  Record keeping  Banking by phone  Credit cards

26 Where Computers Are Used: Agriculture  Billing  Crop information  Feed combinations  Livestock breeding and performance

27 Where Computers Are Used: Government  Forecast weather  E-government  Process immigrants  Taxes  Registration: birth, identity, car etc.

28 Where Computers Are Used: The Home  Educational tool  Record keeping  Letter writing  Budgeting  Drawing and editing pictures  Newsletters  Connecting with others

29 Where Computers Are Used: Health and Medicine  Monitor patients  Electronic imaging  Diagnose illnesses  Tele-health

30 Where Computers Are Used: Robotics  Perform jobs that are dangerous for humans  Factory work

31 Where Computers Are Used: The Human Connection  Assist the disabled  Assist athletes by monitoring their movements

32 Where Computers Are Used The Sciences  Research  Simulation Connectivity Communication Telecommuting

33 Where Computers Are Used Training  Airline pilots  Railroad engineers Paperwork Junk mail Term paper Record keeping

34 Computers are all around!  Grocery store  Schools  Libraries  Bank  Mail  Malls We interact with computers everyday! We interact with computers everyday!

35 What computers can’t do yet? Complex human activities What else? Can you think of others?

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