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Computing and IT in the Workplace

CT006-1

Introduction and Overview

Prerequisites for this module


There are no prerequisites

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Aims of this module


The aim of this module is:

Provide an introduction to the study of Computing and IT in


Workplace

Meet the prerequisite requirements of modules at Level 2 of study

Introduce and begin to develop lifelong learning skills of


independent learning and study in relation to Computer and IT in
Workplace

Introduce to the knowledge, skills and techniques relevant to the


study of Computer and IT in Workplace

Enable to develop ability to:


Manage own study time

Learn
Be aware of the needs of others
Work in teams

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Learning Outcomes
At the end of this module, YOU should be able to:

To demonstrate a knowledge and basic understanding of the use of the facts,


concepts, principles and theories relating to Computing and IT in society

To demonstrate a basic understanding of the main methods of enquiry and their


use in the domain of computing to provide both qualitative and quantitative data

To demonstrate the skills required to evaluate and interpret relevant facts,


concepts, principles and theories relating to computing and IT in the workplace
and use them to evaluate the different pieces of information relating to case studies
and for a specific problem, determine the most appropriate solution.

To demonstrate the ability to communicate ideas and solutions with rational,


reasoned arguments using appropriate methods (e.g. Orally, electronically, written
reports and to develop those communication skills required for successful group
working.

To demonstrate the ability to reflect on issues (such as professional moral, ethical


and legal issues) involved in the exploitation of IT and computing in society.

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Topics we will cover

Internet and World Wide Web

Human aspects in Computing

Ethical and legal issues

Security Issues

Enterprise Computing

Mobile Computing

Real Time System

Artificial Intelligence

Multimedia Productions

Computer Careers

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What is expected of you


Student participation in class

Group Discussion
Presentation
Quiz
Cross Word Puzzle
Virtual Class Room
Abstract
Research

Advice on Study Strategies & Skills

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What support is available for you

Consultation hours
Email

Resources
Reference material
(Main Reference)
Discovering Computers 2005: A Gateway to Information,
Shelly Cashman Vermaat, 2004, Thomson Course
Technology, USA, ISBN:0619255250-x
(Additional Reference)
Computer Organization and Architecture: Designing for
Performance, William Stallings, Pearson Education, 2002,
ISBN:0130351199

Internet resources

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How you will be assessed

Assessment components (SAIS)


Individual Assignment: 100%
Handout Date : Week 2
Hand in Date : Week 12
Feedback return Date : Week 14

Achievement requirements

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Question and Answer Session

Q&A
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What we will cover next


Topic and Structure of next session
Internet and the World Wide Web
Online Shopping
Communication
E-Learning

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