COMPUTERS AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS

This course covers the basic concepts of networked microcomputers including the basics of file management on local and remote computers, electronic mail, Internet browsers, and web page development.  Students are also exposed to applications used in problem solving, communication, and making informed decisions, including word processors, presentation software, electronic spreadsheets, and databases.  The characteristics of computer hardware and software used in implementing various applications are considered.  Students will develop skills in utilizing applications that run on familiar computer platforms.

Credit hours: 3.0

 

 

 

Tutors

 

 

 

Computing Labs

 

Information

 

 

Computer H/W

 

 

 

HTML Primer

 


 

Questions, comments, or suggestions about the course, please contact the IS 1800 Course Coordinator:

Mimi Duncan
duncan@umsl.edu
Office: 215 CCB
Phone:(314)516-6282



Fall 2017 Courses/Sections
Reference #
Section #
Beginning time
Day
Room
12206
1
12:30 p.m.
Wednesday
003 ABH
12207
2
2:00 p.m..
Wednesday
003 ABH
12208
3
9:30 a.m..
Friday
003 ABH
12209
4
11:00 a.m.
Tuesday
003 ABH
12211
6
Online Section
12212
7
Online Section

 

Instructor Contact Information

Instructor
Email Address
Office
Phone
Mimi Duncan
duncan@umsl.edu 215 CCB
(314) 516-6282

 

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To Contact Us: Email Mimi Duncan (duncan@umsl.edu )

 

225 Computer Center Building
One University Drive
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St. Louis, MO 63121-4499 U.S.A.

+1 314.516.6282

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