Business and Information Technology

Business and Information Technology is the study, design, development, implementation, support or management of computer-based information systems, particularly software applications and computer hardware.

Course Descriptions:

To learn about a particular course, use the Table of Contents below. Simply click on a course to see what you will learn in that course.

Foundations of Information Technology

This course will be helpful to students just getting their “feet wet” in the world of computers. In addition to developing proficiency in keyboarding skills, this covers the basics of email, using the internet, word-processing software, file management (saving, organizing, copying, renaming, etc.), and basic computer terminology.

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Foundations of Information Technology - A Digital Focus

While similar in scope to Foundations of Information Technology, this course goes deeper into the subject of digital media. In this course we will explore how to use a digital camera, how to download pictures from your camera, and then how to manage picture files. We will manipulate images (edit them) and explore a variety of ways of sharing, including printing, email, web albums, and more. Students will also create videos using digital cameras and a simple website to showcase their photography.

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Digital Media Development 11

DMD 11 teaches students a basic understanding of the processes and tools involved in digital video production, the production of 2D documents, the production of digital animation files, and the production of web page files and personal web sites. While not a photography course, DMD 11 will teach you how to organize, edit, and share your pictures and movies using a digital camera and current popular software.

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Business Computer Applications 11

The course is an introduction to business software programs used in the workplace. Students will gain skills in file management, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software and telecommunications including E-mail and the Internet. Activities focus on real-world uses of computer applications, and relate to the world of work.

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Business Information Management 12

This is an advanced level course in business-related computer applications and design (specifically Office Home & Student 2007). Students learn techniques in the areas of desk-top publishing, multi-media presentation and creating their own website using current software.

This course and all of the materials for this course are located online. Simply click on the following link to get started...

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