Introduction to Computing
This course assumes that students coming from different academic backgrounds do not possess prior knowledge and understanding of computer science. In Lab students will be provided with MS Office Orientation with multiple assignments. Then they will be provided with logical building and basic programming skills using RAPTOR and SNAP with Scratch as programming language.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
- CLO1 Use state of art tools to develop professional documents, spread sheets, web layouts and presentations in various assignments.
- CLO2 Understand general problem-solving strategies in development of computer algorithms.
- CLO3 Apply logical problem-solving skills in writing computer programs for solving real life problems
- CLO4 Design a project which builds your logic building skills in collaborative environment.
- CLO5 Value plagiarism and ethical guidelines in all lab assignments/homework.
- Code CS141L
- Session Fall 2018
- Credit Hours 2
- Contact Hours 2
- Degree Level Undergraduate
- Students 209
- Assessments Yes