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THINKING SKILLS: INTEGRATING LIBRARY RESOURCES WITH LEARNING OBJECTIVES 
Keeley Library  August 11, 2000
Pers/College
Computer
Keyboard
COURSE: 3404
Pers/College 
Computer Keyboard
STANDARD
NUMBER
CONTENT AND PERFORMANCE
OBJECTIVES
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  • Applied Science & Technology
  • Careers
  • Research Projects   Focusing 

  • Using Note Cards   Sample  Outline
    3.6

     

    CONTENT: Lifelong Learning Relate importance of lifelong learning to career success. Identify career opportunities resulting from new and emerging technologies.
    PERFORMANCE: Students will write a report about careers and new technology
  • Computer Software

  •   Need to add a guide for networks.
      and telecommunications.
    4.3
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Technological Communications Use technology to enhance the effectiveness of communications. Use basic software applications. Refine documents using spell checker, thesaurus, and grammar checker.
    PERFORMANCE: Class assignments in which students learn to operate basic software applications.
  • Keyboarding
  • Computer Software
  • 5.1

     

    CONTENT: Mathematical Foundations for All Computational Skills and Concepts Apply basic mathematical operations to solve problems. 
    PERFORMANCE: Students will formulate vertical centering math  for placement of centering problems.
  • Computer Software
  • Keyboarding
  • 8.2
     

     

    CONTENT: Computer Applications Software Identify, select, evaluate, use and solve problems occurring from an application software's use. Select application software types appropriate for specific tasks.
    PERFORMANCE:Students identify the different types of application software available on their computer, and correctly explain and demonstrate software. Students use word processing to formulate letters, tabulations, manuscripts, etc.
  • Computer Engineering & Design

  •    also:
  • Applied Science & Technology

  •   If working in groups:
  • Collaborative Work
  • 8.1
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Computer Architecture Describe current and emerging computer architecture, configure, install and upgrade hardware systems. Identify hardware components appropriate for specific tasks. 
    PERFORMANCE: Students will create (in groups?) a portfolio or an assortment of unformatted problems showing each function of the computer that is applied.

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