CAWT 160 - Microsoft Access I - Sara Stuart
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This course is currently required for an Associate in Science Degree and Certificate of Achievement: Computer Applications, and Associate in Science Degree: Web Development
ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS STUDENTS MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING:
- Cengage Unlimited MindTap account which includes access to the MindTap Program and the E-Book
- The Microsoft Office 2019 Access application (special student pricing available at http://foundationccc.org/CollegeBuys)
This course introduces the latest version of Microsoft Access. Students will work on a variety of interesting productivity exercises that simulate projects encountered in a modern business environment. Students will be able to assess their progress by using the Cengage Skills Assessment Manager SAM (through MindTap).
The course will be administered 100% online, including all exams. All student assignments will be submitted on Canvas or submitted directly to the MindTap website through the individual assignment links in each module on Canvas.
This course requires proficiency with the operating system of your computer, computer file management, the Internet, a browser (Google Chrome), and the ability to send e-mail.
What to Expect in this Course
Students are expected to spend the appropriate amount of time necessary to complete the weekly assignments.
SKILL REQUIREMENTS --Prior to taking this course, students should have acquired the following skills:
- Proficiency with Microsoft Windows 10 (especially file management).
- Proficiency with the Internet and the browser Google Chrome
- Proficiency with e-mail, including the ability to send and receive attachments.
- Proficiency with the creation and extraction of zip archives (.zip files)
TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS --Prior to taking this course, students must have in their possession or access to the following:
- Cengage Unlimited MindTap account, which includes access to the MindTap Web application, SAM, and the eBbook for this course.
- The complete Microsoft Office 2019 Suite application (Special student pricing at http://foundationccc.org/CollegeBuys)
- NOTE: The Microsoft Office 365 version that is provided free with your COC email account is not compatible with this course. The fee-based, subscription version of Microsoft Office 365 is compatible with this course, but costs more than purchasing the entire Microsoft Office 2019 program outright for a one-time fee with your student discount through the Foundation of California Community Colleges (See link above).
- Reliable access to broadband Internet
- A PC computer with Windows 10. An Apple Macintosh cannot be used for this class.
- Browser software (Latest version of Google Chrome). SAM is optimized for use with the Google Chrome browser. Do NOT use the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Edge browsers for this class.
- Adobe Reader, latest version (free download at www.adobe.com)
- Adobe Flash Player, latest version (free download at www.adobe.com). Make sure that you uncheck all optional offers such as the McAfee anti-virus download before downloading the Flash Player.
- A media player that is compatible with mpg4, mov, wmv, and swf formats (free VLC media player is recommended: www.videolan.org)
- A College of the Canyons e-mail account
- IMPORTANT: Students must have access to a Windows-compatible desktop or regular laptop computer to work effectively with SAM. Use of the Surface Pro, tablets, or smartphones is problematic with SAM and these devices are not adequate for this class. SAM, as we use it, is also incompatible with the Macintosh operating system.
NOTE: MAC COMPUTERS WITH MS OFFICE 365/MS OFFICE 2019 FOR MAC MAY NOT BE USED FOR THIS COURSE
Types of Assessments
Online projects, exams, and graded discussions.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Cengage Unlimited Subscription Instant Access. See additional information below.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- CanyonsID Password is your COC student email password
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Last updated: 10/05/2021 Sub#: 705