WWU 090 - Introduction to Computer Literacy
Effective participants of the Digital Age are able to use computers and related technology to access information, communicate, solve problems, and produce content. For students with little to no experience with the personal computer, this course is an introduction to common hardware, file management, the Internet, electronic communication, and data storage. These skills are components of information literacy and lifelong learning, and they are applicable to academic, personal, and professional use. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate basic computer skills and apply those skills to diverse technology needs.
Prerequisite: Required for all incoming students who do not test out through the Computer Literacy Survey.
Credit Hours: 3.00
Course Fees: $0.00