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Course Textbook


June J. Parsons and Dan Oja, New Perspectives on Computer Concepts 10th Edition—Comprehensive, Thomson Course Technology, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc Cambridge, MA, COPYRIGHT © 2008; ISBN-10: 1-4239-0610-1, ISBN-13: 978-1-4239-0610-0.

OR

June J. Parsons and Dan Oja, New Perspectives on Computer Concepts 11th Edition—Comprehensive, Thomson Course Technology, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc Cambridge, MA, COPYRIGHT © 2008; ISBN-10: 1-4239-2518-1, ISBN-13: 978-1-4239-2518-7.

Important:Reading assignments are included at the start of each course section and are valid for any edition unless otherwise noted. You can also refer to Appendix C. Compiled Readings List for a complete listing of all course readings.

Hardware/Software Requirements

· Microsoft Windows-based machine

· To see movie files in 1.2.2 Applications of Computer Systems, Windows compatible sound card and speakers (or headphones) are needed.

· To complete Exercise 3, Visual Basic 6.0 or Visual Basic 6.0 Run-Time Files are required. Refer to Appendix A. Running a Visual Basic File for instructions on running a Visual Basic file.

· To complete Optional Exercise 1, Microsoft Access 2000 or higher is required.

· To complete Exercise 3, WinZip application is required. Refer to Appendix B. Downloading WinZip Application for instructions to download WinZip application.

The purpose of SSD2 is for students to

1. Learn the fundamentals of using and maintaining computer systems in an Internet environment.

2. Learn the basic components and functions of a computer and network.

3. Become familiar with procedures and software tools for system operation and maintenance.

4. Gain exposure to future trends.

Students successfully completing SSD2 will be able to

I. Produce

1. Appropriate system configurations based on the intended use

2. Informed selections of peripheral devices

3. Informed selections of software

4. Backup schedules for computer systems

5. Batch files and macros

6. Configurations of operating systems (OS), basic input/output systems (BIOS), Web browsers, and networks

 

II. Use

1. Uniform resource locators (URLs) to map to Internet protocol addresses (IP addresses)

2. Virus protection software

 

III. Knowledgeably Discuss

1. Computer hardware (processors, memory, buses), concepts for measuring computation (bits, bytes, megahertz, instructions per second [IPS], storage capacity), and peripheral devices (video cards, keyboards, mouse devices, printers)

2. Operating system architecture and device management (virtual memory, multitasking)



3. Software development and engineering

4. Applications software, including user interfaces, database systems, and Internet applications

5. Network architecture, such as local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network topologies, Ethernet cards, modems, network protocols, name resolution, and client/server architectures

6. The Internet, including services and trends

7. Maintenance of system integrity, including disk backups, security, and power

8. Risk management of a computer system, covering viruses, Trojan horses, worms, and encryption

 

IV. Hold Positions

Those who certify in this course will understand the fundamentals of computer systems and networks. This includes the ability to automate simple tasks on the computer, such as designing and creating macros. Students who certify in this course will have the background knowledge and skills to hold positions in computer sales, to work as purchasing coordinators for computer equipment, and to work as computer consultants for small businesses.

*This material is to be used in conjunction with New Perspectives on Computer Concepts 10th Edition—Comprehensive, or 11th Edition —Comprehensive, published by Thomson Course Technology, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc. All images with the Thomson Learning logo are used with the permission of Thomson Learning. They may not be copied, scanned, cut, pasted, altered, revised, modified, or adapted in any way without the prior written permission of Thomson Learning.

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