Department of Management, Marketing, and Information Systems
The University of Tennessee at Martin
This web page constitutes my official INFS 205 Course Syllabus, and was last modified (excluding calendar edits and announcements) on March 19, 2014. If you wish to have a printed copy of this syllabus, please print from your web browser. I reserve the right to modify my class policies at any time, and to make exceptions on a case-by-case basis. If there are any discrepancies between this syllabus and campus/college/departmental policy, the higher authority takes precedence, of course.
Description: This class provides an introduction to office applications with emphasis on spreadsheet and database application skills.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre or Co-Requisites: None.
Textbooks and Materials:
Course ID: CRSKLIG-6027737
Choose Microsoft Office 2010
Electronic Textbook: Your Office: Microsoft Office 2010 Volume 1, 2nd Edition
Important: Purchases for MyITLab are non-refundable
Printed Books: the ISBN is: 0-13-305158-7
Objectives in INFS 205 are geared to ensure student knowledge in the following areas:
Course Outline: This class section has been set up to be primarily "online" (working on your own using myITLab) with class time devoted to covering the highlights and assisting with questions. The classroom is over-booked, with the intent that half will attend on Tuesdays and the other half will attend on Thursdays. Both days will cover essentially the same topics. The Microsoft Office skills we plan to cover include (but are not limited to) the following:
"Any student eligible for and requesting academic accommodations due to a
disability is requested to provide a letter of accommodation from P.A.C.E. or
Student Academic Support Center within the first two weeks of the semester."
Policies (Grading, etc)
Late assignments are not accepted. Complete them early enough to avoid any last-minute issues.
Assignments may be re-submitted any number of times up to the due date/time. Highest attempt counts.
The final exam will consist of an "assignment" of each of the following: Word, Excel, and Access.
You exam score will be based upon the highest 2 that you complete. You must complete at least 2,
but you may attempt all 3. You will be given a limited number of hours (within a given start and end time,
to be determined) to download, edit, and upload these "assignments". As with assignments, you may re-submit
any number of times up to the time limit, and the highest attempt will count.
There is no exemption from the final exam.
Apply to scale: 90%=A, 80%=B, 70%=C, 60%=D, 59% and below=F.
Roll will initially be taken solely to identify "no shows".
Attend at least once in the first 2 weeks of class (to avoid being reported as a "no show").
Aftern that, attendance is voluntary (although encouraged).
and reports to the instructor, when a document is submitted that originated from, or was copy/pasted from, another student.
You must download, edit, and upload your own documents for grading. Submissions flagged as violations are not accepted.
(731) 881-7890 (Office of Information Technology Services)
102 Crisp Hall (Computer Center)
Work Hours: Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Scheduling of appointments is highly recommended.
"Any student eligible for and requesting academic accommodations due to a disability is requested to provide a letter of accommodation from P.A.C.E. or Student Academic Support Center within the first two weeks of the semester."