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Covers the features available in Microsoft Outlook, which is the industry’s leading e-mail and personal information management software. Topics covered will include sending, receiving and organizing e-mails; managing the calendar, tasks, contacts and distribution lists; setting rules and creating meeting requests. This course will help prepare the student for the Microsoft Outlook certification exam.
This course will introduce word processing skills that can be combined with students’ basic skills to create complex documents. Students will utilize Microsoft Word to create and format documents and tables; create mail merges, macros, templates and fill-in forms; set and manipulate tabs; insert charts, graphics and hyperlinks; and import and export data. Students will also look at different ways of sharing documents with others. This course will help prepare the student for the Microsoft Word certification exam.
Online Seminar will focus on specific challenges unique to online students as well as ways to address them including tips for improving time management, presentations and test-taking skills. Student will be expected to complete surveys throughout the semester and participate in discussion groups. Instructor input will help identify what courses to take, how to register for classes and help design a graduation plan. This course will be a bi-weekly virtual meeting.
The computer industry offers many rewarding careers, which can require a unique combination of hands-on skills, creative problem solving and an understanding of business needs. This course is a study of issues in the workplace relating to effective customer service. Students are introduced to the issues of problem solving, strategy, empowerment, communications, motivation and leadership necessary for the delivery of exceptional customer service and customer retention.
This course provides detailed instruction on the use of a variety of software to create multimedia projects. The primary software packages to be utilized in this class include PowerPoint, Flash, Pinnacle Studio, Windows Movie Maker, PhotoStory, Audacity, Camtasia Studio, Jing and Windows Media Encoder. Prerequisite: CSS 143.
Continuation of SSS 101.
Web Design provides detailed instruction on the development, maintenance and publication of a Web site using HTML, Microsoft Expression Web and Adobe DreamWeaver. Other software utilized in this course includes PhotoShop. Prerequisite: CSS 143. Corequisite/Prerequisite: CSS 170.