1 CIS101 Introduction to Computing Week 01 Professor Catherine Dwyer.
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1 CIS101 Introduction to Computing Week 01 Professor Catherine Dwyer
2 Agenda Class Introductions What is CIS101? Using the Pace Portal, Pace e-mail, and Blackboard Post a message Introduction to Excel Using the digital drop box Next week’s homework and assignments
3 Catherine Dwyer Lecturer IS Dept. Full time since Fall 2000 Other classes taught: CS121, CS122, IS112 (now), IS223, IS323, IS396E (Java), IS660Z(Programming Games Using VB) Lead developer for Web Assisted CIS101 (2002) Revision Chair for IS Undergraduate curriculum (2003) Co-author with Dr. Jeanine Meyer of Programming Games With Visual Basic, Course Technology, 2001
4 My IS Background MS in CS (Pace), PhD candidate in IS program at NJIT, research area virtual teams Two daughters, college junior and 9 th grade Prior Experience: Programmer/Analyst at NYC investment bank, Technology Coordinator at Graphics Design Firm Husband journalist with The New York Times Hobbies: reading, bike riding, swimming, cooking You?
7 What is a learning pod? Theme that integrates technology with another topic Technology is a part of all aspects of modern life, and all professions In this section, we will research and discuss the ethical and legal issues that must be addressed with relation to the impact of technology on society
8 Computer Security Computer security affects individuals and organizations Do you have spyware on your computer? How is your computer vulnerable? Do the organizations you work with protect your information?
9 How secure are our systems? ChoicePoint case – companies are under no obligation to inform you of any compromise of your personal data No required security audits for financial institutions or other businesses Universities have been the source of large data disclosures Federal govt security report cardreport card
10 Web assisted classes Hybrid class structure Combines in class meetings and online content 2 hours in computer classroom 1 credit delivered online (equivalent to one classroom hour)
11 What is online learning? Class interaction and learning delivered using technology Online site combines readings, assignments, and discussion forums Pace uses Blackboard course management software to administer online courses
12 Pace Portal Allows you to register, see your grades, and access other information Go to Pace Web site http://www.pace.edu/ and try to access Portal http://www.pace.edu/
13 Your Pace e-mail Official university communications will be sent to your Pace e-mail E-mail from Blackboard (this course) will come to your Pace e-mail Need Pace e-mail to register for personal web space
14 Finding your e-mail ID Find your e-mail ID in Pace Student E-Mail Directory (link to Directory from http://studentit.pace.edu/) http://studentit.pace.edu/ Enter your first name and last name Your e-mail ID and Alias will be displayed You will need e-mail ID to access your student e-mail and access Blackboard Your Alias is another account name others can use to e-mail you
15 Access your Pace e-mail Go to http://stmail.pace.edu/http://stmail.pace.edu/ Initial password is social security number with no dashes and no spaces Enter ID and password (lower case) For further instructions on setting up Pace e-mail go to http://studentit.pace.edu/ http://studentit.pace.edu/
16 Using STmail All e-mail sent to Pace services (doit, etc) must originate from your student account All Pace communications will be sent to your student account To forward student account e-mail to another account: Click Options and styles, select forwarding, enter e-mail you want messages forwarded to
17 Sign on to Blackboard http://blackboard.pace.edu/ Username is Pace e-mail ID Password is the same as the portal
18 What if it doesn’t work? Access class documents at http://csis.pace.edu/~dwyer http://csis.pace.edu/~dwyer Post message at http://doithelpdesk.pace.edu/ http://doithelpdesk.pace.edu/
19 CIS101 Blackboard Site Syllabus and course schedule Assignments Course content Discussion Board (post message under welcome) Student Tools
20 Try it out! Read Course syllabus Class schedule CSIS student rights and responsibilities Post your introduction in the Discussion Board
21 Your grade Homework/Assignments - 20% Discussion Board - 20% Midterm - 15% Final - 20% Group mid-semester presentation – 10% Group Web Site – 15%
22 Excel 2003 Part of Microsoft Office Word, Access, PowerPoint How to start Excel Windows and tools in Excel 2003 interface Saving in Excel
23 How to participate in the online portion of CIS101 Read your Pace student e-mail or have it forwarded Participate in to Discussion Board each week Keep up with assignments Assignments – description of each week’s homework, class, and readings Syllabus – course schedule
24 Week 1 Assignments Complete Excel Project One and submit under Assignments (must use Excel, not Works!!) Discussion board assignment on YouTube
25 Next week Bring your Excel text to class See you online!