WSU Catalog Description of CIL lecture and Online classes

Network Technology and Business Multimedia (NTM) Lecture Classes


NTM TE1700. Introduction to Microcomputer Applications (3) Su, F, Sp

Use of microcomputers and software including basic components of word processing, Windows, email, Internet, spreadsheets, graphic presentations, information security, ethics, and international issues. Keyboarding 25 wpm recommended.


NTM TA1701. Document Creation (1) Su, F, Sp

A.1. Prepare a Research Paper: Students will use current software to produce correctly formatted research papers with an accepted academic reference format such as MLA or APA.

A.2. Prepare Employment Documents: Students will use current software/technology to produce effective employment documents such as a resume and a cover letter.

A.3. Document Collaboration: Students will be able to use multiple collaboration mediums to effectively share, communicate, and collaborate with their peers. Keyboarding 25 wpm recommended.


NTM TB1702. Content, Internet Identity, and Device Management (1) Su, F, Sp

B.1. Content and File Management: Students will use current software/technology to manage content on local devices and in the cloud.

B.2. Internet Identity Management: Students will manage their web identity and presence according to e-safety, security, and privacy best practices and standards.

B.3. Device Management and Security: Students will manipulate multiple computing platforms and troubleshoot problems when they arise. Students will protect local devices from security threats including viruses, malware, and adware using current best practices and technologies. Keyboarding 25 wpm recommended.


NTM TC1703. Data Manipulation, Visualization, and Presentation (1) Su, F, Sp

C.1. Data Manipulation: Students will manipulate and analyze data using various software applications and basic programming.

C.2. Data Visualization: Students will organize data using various graphical methods such as charts and infographics to appropriately convey information.

C.3. Data Presentation: Students will create an effective, well-designed presentation using current technologies. Keyboarding 25 wpm recommended.

 

 

Library Science (LIBS) Lecture Classes


LIBS TD1704. Information Navigator (1)

Students completing this course will be able to use an academic library and the Internet to successfully identify, access, evaluate and use information resources to support academic success and lifelong learning. Completion of this course meets part D of the WSU Computer and Information Literacy requirement.


LIBS TD2504. Information Resources in History (1)

Intended for students interested in history, this one credit hour course will assist them in developing information literacy and basic research skills to support life-long learning. Students will develop skills in identifying, locating, retrieving, documenting and critically evaluating both electronic and print resources that are appropriate for undergraduate research, with an emphasis on resources in history. Completion of this course meets part D of the WSU Computer and Information Literacy requirement.


LIBS TD2604. Information Resources in Education (1)

Intended for students interested in education, this one-credit hour course will assist in developing information literacy and academic research skills, and an understanding of academic integrity issues unique to the field of education. Students will develop skills in identifying, locating, retrieving, documenting, and critically evaluating both electronic and print resources that are appropriate for undergraduate research, with emphasis in education and related disciplines. Completion of this course meets part D of the WSU Computer and Information Literacy requirement. Cross-Listed with EDUC 2604.


LIBS TD2704. Information Resources in the Business Disciplines (1)

Information Resources in the Business Disciplines is a one credit hour course that will assist students in developing information literacy and basic research skills to support life-long learning. Students will develop skills in identifying, locating, retrieving, documenting, and critically evaluating both electronic and print resources that are appropriate for undergraduate research, with emphasis in the business disciplines. Completion of this course meets part D of the WSU Computer and Information Literacy requirement. Cross listed with BSAD TD2704.


LIBS TD2804. Information Resources in the Social Sciences (1)

Intended for students interested in the social sciences, this one credit hour course will assist them in developing information literacy and basic research skills to support life-long learning. Students will develop skills in identifying, locating, retrieving, documenting and critically evaluating both electronic and print resources that are appropriate for undergraduate research, with an emphasis on resources in the social sciences. Completion of this course meets part D of the WSU Computer and Information Literacy requirement.  Prerequisite: Social Science General Education course.


LIBS TD2904. Information Resources in the Health Professions (1)

Intended for students interested in the health professions, this one-credit hour course will assist in developing information literacy and research skills. Students completing this course will be able to use an academic library and the Internet to successfully identify, access, evaluate and use information resources to support academic and clinical success and lifelong learning. Emphasis is placed on resources in the health sciences. Completion of this course meets part D of the WSU Computer and Information Literacy requirement. Cross-listed as HTHS TD2904.