A Guide to Microsoft XP Professional, Lawrenceville Press, c.2002
The text employs a “hands-on” approach to the Microsoft Office applications Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. It is appropriate for students with a wide range of abilities.
Endnotes (0.5 credit)
Students review study skills and strategies, ultimately learning Endnotes’ web-based bibliography system to support college level research and writing.
Computer Programming (0.5 credit)
This course is an introduction to computer programming. Students will learn the basic elements of Java computer. They will learn to understand programming logic to enable the writing of a computer application. In addition, students will use an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) like NetBeans or Eclipse to create applications. Labs will provide a hands on approach to writing, executing and debugging the applications. Prerequisites: Basic Computer, Algebra 2