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Notice: 60% rule

For COMP1000 & 1003, an assignment average below 60% will result in an FA in the course.

Excerpt from the syllabus.

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Welcome to COMP1003 Personal Computer Applications Independent Learning Course

 

COMP1003 will not be taught in Fall 2017 Semester.


The goal of AU Online is to provide convenient access to services and information related to distance education. It is our desire to provide you with a quality Auburn educational experience conveniently accessible in your home or in your work place. Take advantage of modern telecommunications technologies to expand your personal knowledge, advance your career skills, or earn a college degree.

COMP1003/4 course requires a computer with Internet access. You will need to be able to adjust settings, install software and plug-ins, and be able to create files on the computer you will be using. Please be advised that public\lab computers often prevent these types of activities. You should check to ensure that you have these capabilities before participating in this course.

Behind the scenes, there is a staff of people who want to make this course a successful learning experience for you. Computers and the Internet play an essential role in every aspect of daily living, in the workplace, at home, in the classroom, for entertainment, saving lives, and exploring new galaxies. The purpose of these courses is to help you learn more about computers and the Internet, how to browse and navigate the World Wide Web (WWW), how to use the upgraded applications of the Microsoft Office 2010 (Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, SharePoint 2010), how to design and maintain Web Sites using the more advanced futures of Microsoft Office 2010. Prentice Hall, a leading Publishing Company for Information Technology Courses, is the provider of the Courses custom text book, Web Based Training and Skill Assessment application for Microsoft Office 2010 and other student and instructor resources we will be using in class. The Course Web Site is the main and official source of class information. The Course On Line Syllabus, Exam and Quiz Schedule, Lab Assignments Schedule, Grades, Student Resources, and any other course related information that may be useful to you and all Auburn students will be posted here. War Eagle!