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Information Technology, at its core, is simply about the myriad of ways we "chunk" information.
- You must do the following in order to succeed in this
- Attend all classes
- Do lab/homework every week before it is due
- Get help, when you need it, early in the
week, the assignment is due
- This class is like a job. There are assignments you
must complete each week in order to get paid (a weekly grade)
When you do not attend class and complete lab/homework for the week, you
do not get paid and eventually you get fired (withdrawn)
- For the sake of your success, I remain after every
class to assist all students in completing the week's assignment. I
urge you to stay. Last semester a third of the students did not heed this
recommendation and they did not pass the class. Because of this and
for your sake I will be strict with due dates. There is an
assignment due every single week, on Sunday. There are no exams.
Your entire grade consists of your weekly assignments.
- Because CIS105 is a survey class, we cover many topics
very quickly and not in depth. The pace is fast and we cover
several competencies in a class period. If you need me to slow
down, it is during the after class period when that will happen. Weekly Assessment CIS105 Spring 2012
- There is no textbook for this class.
- My sections of CIS105 do not use BlackBoard.
- Success requires 100% attendance
- Success requires outside of class labwork to complete
- Collaborate, provide and receive help from other students
a new Gmail account specifically for this class. This account is for
CIS105 and other professional uses, and is not your Maricopa account.
Use the following format for your new gmail address: Firstname.Lastname.email@example.com
Use a password with which you are already familiar and email it to another
account of yours.
- Complete the attendance sign-in to confirm attendance. Attendance Sign-in
your new gmail, find the drop down link for "sites".
Create a new site and name it with the following format:
the edit page mode, rename the Home page to Resume
a new page called Calendar
up Google Calendar to show your entire schedule including:
- all classes, from now until the end of the semester
- scheduled labwork
work and other recurring obligations
from the first day until the class ends the first week in
go to setting and make the calendar public
contain 2 hours of labwork per week for this class, outside of class
an account and complete the Brief Strengths Test at the following links:
your calendar in your Calendar page
:: Authentic Happiness :: Using the new Positive Psychology
Brief Strengths Test
- Create a
document in Google Docs. Share it with: anyone with the link
- Name it with the following format using your own
Firstname Lastname Resume
Refer to the following:
orO*NET OnLine (for actual experience)
- Labwork: Create 4-6 categories of strengths with 4-6 skills per category.