CTIM104 Interm Windows
Intermediate Windows
Electronic Devices:
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This course is a continuation of CTIM 101, Beginning Windows. It covers in depth the
use of the Windows features My Computer and Windows Explorer for disk and file
management, including disk formatting and labeling; creating, viewing, moving,
copying and sorting folders; searching for files, and printing screens and lists.
CTIM 104 - Intermediate Windows
Lecture, discussion, hands-on laboratory experience both during class time and
outside of class, examination and portfolio.
Students are responsible for meeting all course requirements regardless of the
number of absences. Since class participation will be a factor in your grade,
attendance will impact that portion of your grade. A third (for M-W-F classes)
or second (for T/R classes) absence will result in the course grade being
lowered one letter grade. Absence from class for any reason is not an excuse for
failure to take the exam or to hand in assignments on time. Students who are
absent from class should consult the syllabus and obtain class notes from other
students and speak to the instructor if it is on the day of the exam. Students are
responsible for knowing due dates of assignments and the exam.
Students are expected to attend all regularly scheduled classes and laboratory
sessions. Students who fail to attend class will not be officially withdrawn from
the course. If a student stops attending but does not formally withdraw, he/she
will, in accordance with college policy, receive an F for the course. Attendance is
a major factor in the final evaluation.
No Electronic Devices
Disabilities Statement: " Students with disabilities who believe that they may need accommodations in the
classroom are encouraged to contact a disability counselor as soon as possible.
Students with learning disabilities should contact Andrea Henry, at extension
1805. Students with physical disabilities should contact Mary Berg, at extension
Critical Thinking + Computer/ Technology Skills + Oral Communication * Quantitative Skills * Reading * Writing
Intermediate Windows
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Class Partcipation 5% Assignments 25%
Class WebCE Participation 10% Final Exam 30%
Final Project 30%
Examinations: There will be one exam given upon completion of this course. No makeup will be
given. The exam will be worth 30% of the total grade.
Portfolio: A portfolio will be completed containing original projects representing skills
Lab Exercises &
Web CE Participation:
learned throughout the course. The portfolio will be assessed for a final grade
and will be worth 30% of the total grade and due the next to last class. No late
portfolio's will be accepted.
Exercises designed to provide the opportunity to learn by doing will be assigned
daily. All hands-on assignments are to be completed and submitted in the next
class after they are assigned. They will be returned marked with a check plus if
satisfactory or a check if unsatisfactory. Unsatisfactory work may be corrected and
resubmitted in the next class. Chapter assignments must be completed by the
due date. Assignment exercises submitted will constitute 25% of the total grade.
Students should keep all printouts of all work during the course.
Students will be required to participate in using Web CE by responding to and
initiating discussions on the message board and responding to and initiating e-
mails including sending attachments and completing quizzes and checking the
course calendar on a regular basis. Some assignments will be submitted on-line
and regular student/ teacher contact will be required. Class Participation and
Web CE Participation combined will be worth 15% of the total grade.
Final Grades
94-100 ¡B+ = 87- 89 |C+ = 77- 79 |D+ = 67- 69 |F 59 and
90- 93 |B = 83- 86 | C 73- 76 D = 63- 66 below
B- 80- 82 | C- 70- 72 | D- = 60- 62
Workstations are available in the lower level of the Student Services
building.(SCCC) All computer rooms in the B and T building are used as
computer classrooms, and students should respect teachers using those
Computing Facilities:
Competencies: Massasoit faculty recognizes that all students should accomplish the core
competencies of Critical Thinking, Computer/Technology Skills, Oral
Communication, Quantitative Skills, Reading, and Writing. Throughout the
course students will be apprised of their use of these competencies as they are
incorporated into classes and will learn to identify these competencies.
Critical Thinking * Computer/ Technology Skills + Oral Communication + Quantitative Skills » Reading + Writing
Iniermediate Windows
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Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to
M Understand the Windows environment (R/CT/T)
M Manage files on both the hard drive and floppy disk (R/CT/T)
M Use both My Computer and Windows Explorer methods of file
management (R/CT/T)
M Show file management on disk and on hard copy (R/CT/T)
M Use several Windows Accessories competently (R/W/CT/T/Q5)
The following is a tentative class schedule. It is subject to change depending on the progress of the class
and the operation of the computer labs.
Review beginning windows, manipulate windows, and switch between tasks
Log on to the computer using student's own user number and password
Create and add Intermediate Windows to the student's Web CE account
Review disk care and format disks
Unit 1 GETTING STARTED in text.
File management using My Computer and capturing windows on screen
Unit 3 MY COMPUTER in text.
File management using Windows Explorer
Portfolio requirements
Unit 4 WINDOWS EXPLORER in text.
Multitask using Accessories including Word Pad and Paint
Continue and complete use of Accessories including Calculator and Character
Review for test
Windows Exam/Portfolio Due
This course concludes on
Last day corrected assignments will be accepted
This syllabus is subject to change at the discretion of the instructor.
Cntical Thinking * Computer/ Technology Skills « Oral Communication * Quantitative Skills » Reading * Writing
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