CIS123AB Business Computers, 2 Credits
Comprehensive Introduction to Business Computing
Delivered Online through
Glendale Community College
Spring 2012, Sec.#?????
Copy and past the Course Description from the course bank etc.
Course Objectives: Students will be able to:
- Identify and use components of a computer.
As a Maricopa Community College student you have been given a student email address with your Maricopa Community College Enterprise ID as your username (YourUsername@maricopa.edu). The school uses this as its official email contact with you. You are
responsible for maintaining your student email account. The school uses this email account as an official channel for correspondence and you are responsible for maintaining this email account. Blackboard is connected to this account as well. That means that if your instructor responds to you through the Blackboard email, the email will go to your student email address. You may configure this account to forward your email to an account that you might prefer to use instead but it is your responsibility to set it up and maintain this email account. When corresponding with me as your instructor, you should send your email to my instructor email account, email@example.com. Email sent to my student email account may not be seen in a timely
Click here for information on getting started with your student email
Click here to access your Student Email
All email correspondence must include the following contact info:
This information can be found in Blackboard or your My.maricopa.edu. You may want to have it handy somewhere so that you can quickly copy and paste it in your email correspondences.
- Full Name: (as it is listed in the GCC grading system)
- GCC Username: (the one you use to log into the GCC computers)
- MEID Username: (the one you use to log into Blackboard and your Student Email)
- Course Name: (ex. CIS120DF Photoshop, or CIS120DB Illustrator, etc...)
- Section #: (this number can be found in Blackboard next to the name of the course)
- Term: (Fall, Spring, Summer I, Summer II,)
Do NOT include passwords or your Social Security Number.
Grades for this course will be based upon the satisfactory completion of the assignments.
90 – 100% = A
80 – 89% = B,
70 – 79% = C,
55 – 69% = D,
It is my practice to withdraw students who get below a (D). If you require a letter grade (F) instead of a withdrawl (W), then you need to let me know during final grading near the end of the class. However there is no reason that you should get lower than a (C) if you just complete all the work.
Your Feedback is Important!
I want this course to be the best that it can be, so if you have any feedback concerning it please, do not hesitate to let me know. As a student of this course you are the best person to offer constructive criticism that will not only benefit you but those students who come after you. In your comments please include why you liked the things you did and why and how you think other things should be changed. Thank you for your feedback, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The College will make reasonable accommodations for persons with documented disabilities. Students should notify Student Services and their instructors of any special needs.
Student Rights & Responsibilities
It is the student's responsibility to read and be familiar with the course syllabus. Additionally it is the student's responsibility to be familiar with college policies covered in the Glendale Community College catalog and Student Handbook.
Please make note of the following sections:
- Copyright Act Compliance
- Technology Resource Standards
- Abuse-Free Environment
- Disability Resources and Services - Eligibility for Accommodations and Required Disability Documentation
- Academic Misconduct
- Disciplinary Standards
- Student Conduct Code
Please take some time to explore GCC's guidelines for online behavior.
Instructor reserves the right to make any necessary changes to this syllabus or assignments for the particular needs of this class.