North Idaho College • Coeur d' Alene • Business & Professional Programs • Computer Applications & Office Technology
Spreadsheets/Excel 2 CAOT-131
This course is team-taught by the following Flexible Learning Center instructors:
Use your myitlab email or Blackboard messages to contact your instructors or come into the Flexible Learning Center in McLain 104 during regular class hours (see www.nic.edu/flc for class hours).
CAOT-131 is a continuation of CAOT-130. This course provides additional spreadsheets functions including managing workbook data, using tables, analyzing table data, automating worksheet tasks, enhancing charts, sharing files, and incorporating Web information. This course is based on hardware and software that uses the Windows operating system. This course fulfills the second credit of the spreadsheets requirement for the Accounting Assistant and Computer Applications and Office Technology programs. Prerequisite: Complete CAOT-130 with a minimum grade of C-. Students may enroll and complete these courses during the same semester.
Required book: GO! Excel 2010 Comprehensive by Gaskin bundled with myitlab 2010 Student Access Code. 1st edition. Publisher: Pearson/Prentice Hall.
ISBN for bundle at NIC bookstore: 1256451754 (this ISBN will NOT work if you are purchasing at a location other than the NIC bookstore.
Individual ISBNs (for use at locations other than the NIC bookstore)
■GO! Excel 2010 Comprehensive—ISBN: ISBN-13: 9780135098219
■myitlab 2010 Student Access Code—ISBN: ISBN-13: 9780135107300
NOTE: Student access codes for myitlab good for a 12-month period beginning with activation. The same access code can be used for CAOT 120, 121, 122, 130, 130, 131, 140, 141, 142, 150. Each student myitlab access code can only be used by ONE student—once used, they cannot be sold for re-use.
Using myitlab--the highest grade is posted to the gradebook.
At least two activities should be completed in myitlab and submitted each week. Please be aware that ALL assignments must be completed by the due date and that attendance is based on SUBMITTING assignments in myitlab.
All assignments are provided in myitlab. All assignments listed in myitlab are required and all assignments (including exams) must be completed no later than 6:20 p.m. on Thursday, December 13, 2012.
Be sure to read all information provided in myitlab. This information will be important to your success in this class.
Be sure you run the Home Computer Setup (www.myitlab.com) to make sure myitlab will run properly on your home computer.
If you have technical issues, contact myitlab tech support (www.myitlab.com). Your instructor cannot troubleshoot your home computer.
IMPORTANT: The myitlab software has the ability to determine if files are shared when completing Grader Project Practices and Grader Project Exams. If you share files, the system will indicate an issue. ALL instances of file sharing will be viewed as Academic Dishonesty and result in appropriate penalties.
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