CAWT 120 - Administrative Office Procedures - Regina (Gina) Roscigno
|Course:||Administrative Office Procedures|
|Professor:||Regina (Gina) Roscigno|
My name is Gina Roscigno and I will be your instructor for this online course as you strive to become better office professionals. CAWT 120 is a streamlined approach to learning about the technological and procedural tasks an administrative assistant will need to master to be successful. You will learn concrete techniques for using current office technologies, planning conferences, creating itineraries, and managing meetings. You will also learn concrete techniques for communicating effectively in many different workplace scenarios.
- This course is offered in two formats: 100% Online or Hybrid - limited on campus meetings.
- 100% Online Courses: There are no classroom meetings for the online course.
- There ARE scheduled classroom meetings for a Hybrid course.
- Hybrid courses will meet in the classroom for a specified number of times. A Schedule Announcement will be sent out prior to the first day of the semester. All correspondence will be carried out using the InBox in Canvas, Discussion Boards, and email. Students are expected to log in to Canvas often and to read all posted Announcements and Pages as directed. Should you realize that you cannot meet on-ground on any specified day, you must send me a Message via Canvas InBox. If necessary, a Zoom meeting will be made available.
- There are no scheduled Zoom Meetings for the Online or Hybrid course.
- You will view and submit all assignments via the Canvas course site.
- You will access and complete all exams via the Canvas course site.
- You will research topics online with minimal guidance.
- You will download, navigate, and use free online applications to compete projects and you must be comfortable learning how to use online tools with minimal guidance.
- You must enjoy challenging yourself and trying recent technologies.
This course introduces the technological and procedural tasks typically encountered by the administrative assistant in the business environment. Formerly CIT 120 - 3 units
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Analyze the communicative, technological, and procedural skills needed by the administrative assistant in the business office environment.
- Apply the communicative, technological, and procedural skills needed by the administrative assistant in the business office environment.
- Entering the Workforce.
- Becoming a Professional.
- Managing and Organizing Yourself.
- Working Ethically.
- Understanding the Workplace Team.
- Developing Customer Focus.
- Improving Communication Skills.
- Communicating with Technology.
- Developing Presentation Skills.
- Planning Meetings and Events.
- Managing Physical Records.
- Managing Electronic Records and Mail.
- Coordinating Business Travel.
- Understanding Financial Documents.
- Seeking Employment.
- Leading with Confidence
What to Expect in this Course
- All assignments and activities are centrally located in the Modules section of Canvas, where they are grouped into 8 modules.
- Each module represents the weekly assignments.
- Each new week will be available at 9:00 AM on a Monday.
- The assignments for Modules 1-14 will be due on a Sunday at 11:59 pm.
- The assignments for Modules 15 -16 will be due on a Thursday at 11:59 pm.
Types of Assessments
• You will complete 4 separate exams.
• You must use Google Chrome with the Proctorio extension installed to take exams.
• You will answer 75-100 multiple-choice & true/false questions within a single, uninterrupted 2½-hour session.
• You must ask for special considerations BEFORE exam start date
• You will have access to exam from 12:01 AM on the start date until 11:59 PM on the end date.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Cengage Unlimited Subscription which incudes access to the MindTap Program and the E-Text. Sold in the Campus Book Store.
Students do not have to purchase a printed text.
Text Name: The Administrative Professional: Technology & Procedures, 15th Edition
Authors: Patsy Fulton-Calkins and Dianne Rankin
Publisher: Cengage Learning, Inc.
Other Relevant Course Information
This course is intended for use with MS Windows and MS Word. All file submissions must be submitted in a format that can be accessed using a PC.
For more information, please refer to the Course Syllabus in Canvas on the first day of classes.
This course can be accessed on the first day of class via Canvas at https://coc.instructure.com. Log into Canvas using your CanyonsID single sign-on:
- CanyonsID Username is your COC student email address (Ex: email@example.com)
- CanyonsID Password is your COC student email password
Please visit the Get to Know Your Online Classroom page for help logging into Canvas and for tips on using Canvas and Zoom. Canvas Chat Support is also available 24/7 for any Canvas related issues.
Check out the Online Education website for more information on a variety of topics that can help you be a successful online student such as: exam proctoring, learning styles, computer skills, and tips for student success. If this is your first online course, feel free to take our online learning readiness assessment to assess your skills.
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Last updated: 02/09/2023 Sub#: 1107