This course prepares students who are unfamiliar with computer applications to use the Internet for research and communication. Microsoft Office® programs will be used to prepare business letters, newsletters and spreadsheets. Focus will be on formatting and content. Please note that all course materials and content are provided in the IMS Common Cartridge (IMSCC) format. The content can be accessed by opening the IMSCC file using your organization's Learning Management System application (these include Blackboard, D2L, Canvas etc.). Additional information about accessing Common Cartridge files can be found on the IMS Global Web site: http://www.imsglobal.org/cc. Future plans for the Skills Commons Web site include a feature that will allow users to view and download course content that is provided in the IMSCC format. Please refer to the "Enabling Others to Reuse Your Materials” page for more information: http://support.taaccct.org/enabling-reuse/. Each IGEN Consortium college has established an Industry Advisory Group as part ...
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This course introduces nursing students to the language of the Health Sciences and medicine with emphasis on body systems, prefixes, suffixes, root terms, and spelling. Upon completion, students will be able to analyze words structurally and demonstrate a correlation of the word elements with basic anatomy, physiology, and disease processes of the body.
This is a short presentation on SkillsCommons.org, an open library of industry specific materials for community colleges. SkillsCommons is funded by the Department of Labor's TAACCCT grant.
I wrote this in PechaKucha form, which means that each slide is only meant to be discussed for 20 seconds. Mine is slightly modified, as I do not have quite 20 slides, but that can always be modified for your purposes!
This program was designed to give individuals the digital literacy skills needed in today's workplace. Covered in this program are the topics tested on the internationally recognized IC3 exam - Computer Fundamentals (Computer Basics, hardware/software, networks); Key Applications (MS Office Suite); and Living Online (using the Internet effectively for research and communication).