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Learn to key alphabetic portion of computer keyboard by touch. Introduces the numeric portion of the keyboard. Develop or refine basic keyboarding techniques and increase speed and accuracy. Produce basic business and academic documents using a word processor. Recommended: Placement into RD 90 or WR 90 or above.
Develops confidence, endurance, and control for accurate keyboarding while increasing keyboarding speed. Develops the ability to proofread documents accurately and efficiently. Keying by touch is essential. Placement into RD 115 or WR 115 is recommended
Create, edit, and print documents such as letters, memos, and manuscripts. Produce multi-page documents; learn to use headers and footers (page numbers, footnotes, etc.). Become familiar with the program's writing tools. Learn more methods of enhancing documents. Use Mail Merge to produce combined documents. Placement into RD 115 or WR 115 and keying by touch recommended.
Use Excel efficiently to design and create accurate, professional worksheets for use in business and industry. Includes entering data; creating formulas; professional formatting; creating charts; creating, sorting, and filtering lists; creating and using templates; and working with functions. Focus on ways to ensure accuracy including proofreading techniques and critical thinking to determine what data to present and how to present it. Placement into RD 115 or WR 115 recommended
Covers beginning database management concepts including tables, forms, reports, queries and basic macros. Stresses a working knowledge of database management vocabulary. Emphasizes efficient use of Access toolbars and menus; discusses database design issues. Placement into RD 115 or WR 115 recommended
Introduces basic elements of website creation using Adobe Dreamweaver CS5. Includes web terminology, basic XHTML, uploading pages to a remote server, and more. By the end of the term, you will have created a multi- page website Placement into RD 115 or WR 115 recommended
Learn how to put the pieces together to create attractive, functional websites. Students use XHTML to create web structure and Cascading Style Sheets to add style. Students will explore free Web 2.0 online software to produce websites. This class provides students with the foundation to web design. Recommended: CAS 133 or excellent file management and word processing experience; placement into RD 115 or WR 115
Hybrid classes are indicated on the PCC schedule by “CL/WEB” and the footnote indicating how much time outside of class will be necessary for completing assignments. Like distance learning, CL/WEB uses Internet for some class assignments; e-mail and automated quizzes are examples. There is time in the classroom with an instructor and some independent time to complete work at home or in the computer resource center (CRC). The CL WEB time does not replace other assigned homework or assignments; it replaces additional hours that, in traditional courses, would be in the classroom. Access to Internet (or time to spend in the CRC), discipline and motivation are necessary to be successful!
Registration begins Friday, March 4 – many sections fill up quickly! For more information about CAS/OS classes contact: Learning Skills Specialist and CAS/OS Advisor: Jessie Levine – firstname.lastname@example.org / 971-722-7288 CAS/OS Full-Time Instructors: Amy Clubb – email@example.com / 971-722-7094 Patti DeAngelis – firstname.lastname@example.org / 971-722-7683 Barbara Lave – email@example.com / 971-722-7492 Kelly Peden – firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com@firstname.lastname@example.org@email@example.com