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IT1025 Course Info
Transcript of IT1025 Course Info
Class Info: Layers
Careers Binary Values
Data Representation Gates / Circuits
Thinking / OOP Operating and
File Systems Security
Limits of Computing IS
AI What's Next... IT1040
IT2351 And one more thing... Check out the Information Technology
Home Page at: http://www.tri-c.edu/programs/informationtechnology/Pages/default.aspx
for complete program info and course sequences Networking
Certificates Be sure to meet with a counselor if you are unsure... EET1301
ITWM1010 Lesson 1 Lesson 3 Topic Content: Content, Lectures, Assignment Info etc. Lesson Info: Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson 8 Lesson 7 Lesson 6 Topic Content: OR if you have the printed text, Read Chapter 1 and then continue with the external links Watch Finished Read: Assignment Info Objectives Accomplishments Overview of the "layers" History of Computing Careers in Computing Here are the assignment specifications from the syllabus: http://screencast.com/t/f0Lqxlh5ZL
Create a Google Docs account and your first assignment file (follow info posted in the lesson #1 content - Prezi.) Name the file per the specifications in the syllabus (repeated in the above link) and share the file with me. 5 points
Answer the following (12 points):
a. Who were Ada Lovelace and George Boole and what were their contributions to computing?
b. Report your findings for the career information portion of the "to do" list above
c. Explain in your own words the concept of abstraction and how it relates to computers
d. How does OOP differ from structured programming? How is it similar?
You will be working on a semester project that, when finished, should be worthy of a portfolio submission (you will be creating an ongoing portfolio in your Google Docs library.) Please look over the topics for the semester and post your initial project idea in the form of a summary. You will be adding to and further defining your project throughout the semester with a formal update part way through. For now, all you need is an idea based on a topic of your interest. It could be a Web or programming project or, a research based project. 3 points.
Submit your shared link (when you right click on the document and pick "share" you will see the link) in the comment box when you click on "Assignment 1" link in Blackboard. Creation of Google Docs account
Created and shared a file in Google Docs
Researched Careers in IT
Looked at the history of IT
Developed an initial project idea for a project proposal (more on this coming soon) Course Objectives: http://www.curricunet.com/Cuyahoga/reports/course_outline_html.cfm?courses_id=4579 Binary Conversion Notes: Lecture: http://www.livescribe.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/LDApp.woa/wa/MLSOverviewPage?sid=RJ77djkp1MB0 Click here for lecture which will open in a new window... be sure to close it and return when you are done! Binary Conversion - Video for Discussion Board Read Chapters 2 and three in the text or use the following:
Use your Blackboard credentials for login to the site if you are using Safari Books Tags
Display in browser
Updating / saving and refreshing
CSS HTML Implementing HTML Concepts: HTML Basics Lecture: The Final Results: Click here for lecture which will open in a new window... be sure to close it and return when you are done! http://www.livescribe.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/LDApp.woa/wa/MLSOverviewPage?sid=vkww8LmN5tpM Examples are derived from: http://www.w3schools.com Click here for lecture which will open in a new window... be sure to close it and return when you are done! CSS Basics Lecture: http://www.livescribe.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/LDApp.woa/wa/MLSOverviewPage?sid=Bj1XTRvqbhPK Implementing CSS Concepts: Examples are derived from: http://www.w3schools.com The Final Results: Networking If you have the text you want to read chapter 15 if not here is the material using Safari Books: http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com.libauth.tri-c.edu:2048/book/electrical-engineering/computer-engineering/9788131760307/data-communication-and-computer-network/section_12.1?reader=#X2ludGVybmFsX0ZsYXNoUmVhZGVyP3htbGlkPTk3ODgxMzE3NjAzMDcvMzU1 Topic Content: Read Finished Watch and Practice: Assignment Info Objectives Accomplishments Networking Concepts (readings)
WWW and HTML (reading and posted lecture) Exploration of Networking Topics
Understanding the relationship of binary to IP addresses
Use www.w3schools.com as Web programming resource
Create a basic HTML page
Understand the relationship of CSS to HTML There is a lot to look at regarding HTML - we will be focusing on the basics but, you can add as much as you like. You may use any topic of interest to you to create your Web page (class appropriate of course.)
1.Create a basic Web page using notepad (see the video to the left and use w3schools.com as an additional resource.) Your page should include:
a. the basic structure tags (html, head, title, body): 3 points
b. h1 tag: 2 points
c. p (paragraph) tag: 2 points
d. a (anchor) tag: 3 points
e. img (image) tag: 3 points (be sure you include your image with your submission). Remember for your image to show up it must be located in the same folder as your Web page.
2.Copy your code to your assignment document in Google Docs (with the usual specifications) as well as a screen shot of your Web page. You will need to take a screen shot (printScreen key) paste it in paint and then save as an image so you can insert it in your google doc (or you can use any other method that you already know). (4 points)
3.Download the css file from Blackboard and put it in the same directory as your Web page so that your page can find it. Check out w3schools.com for the correct code to link your file: http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_howto.asp. Use this code to add the tag to the heading section of your Web page substituting the name of the css file.) Provide a screen shot of your revised file and provide a short discussion of your finding (again, you will need to save your screenshot as an image.) (4 points)
4.Submit the Google Docs link to your file properly named in the assignment link. Discussion Info Assignment Info Textbook / Additional Resources Sections: 4.1-4.4 (basic understanding)
6.1-6.3 OR Readings: http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com.libauth.tri-c.edu:2048/book/information-technology-and-software-development/9788131760291/computer-programming-and-languages/ch10 http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com.libauth.tri-c.edu:2048/book/electrical-engineering/computer-engineering/9788131760307/firstchapter#X2ludGVybmFsX0ZsYXNoUmVhZGVyP3htbGlkPTk3ODgxMzE3NjAzMDcvNDk= Chapter 2.8, 2.9, 2.10
3.1-3.8 Quiz Info Textbook / Additional Resources Chapter 10.1-10.5 Chapter 6 Discussion Info Assignment Info Textbook / Additional Resources Sections: Chapters 7 and 8. You will not be expected to apply the concepts, just an overview of basic terminology. OR Readings: Data Structures: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Data_Structures Quiz Info Textbook / Additional Resources Here are the terms you are looking for: Algorithms
Abstract Data Type
Binary Tree Bubble Sort: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Algorithm_Implementation/Sorting/Bubble_sort#Bubble_Sort Binary Search / Bubble Sort and Data Structures: http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com.libauth.tri-c.edu:2048/book/programming/game-programming/30000lti00162/firstchapter Chapter 9: OOP http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com.libauth.tri-c.edu:2048/book/software-engineering-and-development/object/9780768678666/introduction-to-object-oriented-concepts/ch01#X2ludGVybmFsX0ZsYXNoUmVhZGVyP3htbGlkPTk3ODA3Njg2Nzg2NjYvY2gwMQ== I recommend the readings even if you have the text... it is very well written and the author is a Tri-C professor: Start by reading chapters 10 and 11 in the text or, the following resources: http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com.libauth.tri-c.edu:2048/book/electrical-engineering/computer-engineering/9788131760307/operating-system/chapter_11#X2ludGVybmFsX0ZsYXNoUmVhZGVyP3htbGlkPTk3ODgxMzE3NjAzMDcvY2hhcHRlcl8xMQ== http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com.libauth.tri-c.edu:2048/book/information-technology-and-software-development/9788131733097/operating-system/ch07lev1sec1#X2ludGVybmFsX0ZsYXNoUmVhZGVyP3htbGlkPTk3ODgxMzE3MzMwOTcvY2gwNw== Discussion: Pick two operating systems to compare and contrast. Be sure to include differences in memory management, file management and, other attributes that you determine. Assignment: Pick two operating systems to compare and contrast. Be sure to include differences in memory management, file management and, other attributes that you determine. Videos: Topic Content: Read / Practice Watch Information Systems / Database / AI Dan Bricklin Creator of Visicalc the Predecessor of Excel From Spreadsheet to Database: And Beyond... Videos: Topic Content: Read / Practice Watch Security and Limits of Computing Additional Resources: