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In today's workplace a person must be computer literate to be productive. Computer literacy is a combination of understanding the hardware, software, operating system and productivity software elements and how they interact. In this course, students will learn with basic computer components and function of each component. Using Windows® 7 as the operating system, students will explore methods for managing files and folders and customizing the desktop. Students will learn about various software applications used to be productive in a business environment. This course provides 0.6 continuing education units in one, 6-hour workshop.

This non-credit course is 1 week To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 0
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 1 week

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    Computing Fundamentals

    • Identify the basic components and functions of a computer
    • Explore the operating system
    • Demonstrate methods of managing files and folders using Windows Explorer
    • Identify various software applications used for business needs
    • Explore how to personalize the desktop
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