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IT (1) English

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Jose Alvarez Tostado

on 13 August 2013

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General Objective
To recognize and appreciate the advantage of being updated in regards to Information Technology to work individually and in teams in an environment of honesty and respect in which encourages the generation of better solution alternatives to an information problem.

Specific Objectives
To know and analyze the different IT that currently exist and to have the ability to select the most appropriate in specific situations and to value the importance that ethics has, and the computing security in the use of IT.
To use personal productivity tools to make reports, statistics and presentations.

Concept Map of the Course
Text Book
Computing Essentials: Introductory 2010. AUTHOR: Timothy y Linda O'Leary. EDITORIAL: McGraw-Hill International Ed.. ISBN:9780070183483

Work Tools
Technological Platform
It is a virtual space that supports the teaching-learning process both on site or at a distance.
Technological platforms allow us to work in an asynchronous way with no time nor space limit.
Some of the technological platforms that are applied are: Blackboard, WebTec and Moodle.
Platform Main Funtions
To show general and specific course information.
To organize to do activities in an agenda or calendar.
To allow the interaction and communication between students and teacher through collaboration spaces and e-mail.
To evaluate knowledge through exams.
To show grades and activity progress.
To offer support resources such as articles and or required bibliography for the course
Platform Access

Operation and Process that a student can perform within Blackboard Summary.
Access to the contents of the course.
Access to the resources: Files, different documents.

Create Topics and Subtopics.
Permit allocation for users to create topics, subtopics and contributions.
Attachment of files in topics, subtopics and contributions. Exams.
Do exams.
Course Rules
Copy Detection
Partial DA:
Homework, quiz and activities done in class copy.
Copy doing a partial exam.
Final DA:
Final Project and/or Final Exam copy.
Two DA in partial = Final DA.
In class

Punctuality (There are no tardees).
Turn off cell phones
Good manners and respect
There are no permissions
To bring laptop and internet connection technology.
To bring material or activities to work in class.
To bring the book so homeworks can be checked.

How do you imagine the life of your great grandparents was? Where did they live? How did they live? What activities did they have? What activities do you do that they didn’t do for sure? What activities did they do that you don’t do for sure?

Types of computers
Tablet computers
Smart phones
What advantages and disadvantages do you find in the use of Information Technologies?
How do they impact our lives?
Do you think it is important to know them and to use them?
Can you mention an example of misuse of Information Technologies?
Comment with your partners
What activities did you mention that have any connection to Information Technologies?

A computer is:
An electronic device
Converts data into information
Modern computers are digital
Two digits (0 and 1) represent data.
Previous computers were analog
A range of values represented data.
Computers in society
How have computers affected our society?
Has it been a good impact? Why?
Where can we find computers now?
Comment with your partners
Introduction to Information Technologies

Microsoft Office 2007 Windows Vista Introduction Serie Libro Visual. AUTHOR: Beskeen et al. EDITORIAL: Cengage, 2009. ISBN:9789708300346

Introduction to Information Technologies. AUTHOR: Ana Belem Ibarra Sánchez. EDITORIAL: Limusa, 2007. ISBN:9789681871031

Blackboard = http://cursos.itesm.mx/
Campus e-mail
Library Account = http://biblioteca.itesm.mx
Tec ID

Software Microsoft Office 2007
Library online Services
Windows XP
Programa Analítico del Curso (PAC)

Activity query
To send and receive messages.
Attach files to messages.
Ask for a new exam.
Network servers

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