1010, Introduction to Excel 2000
& Wales University
Ray Merry Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adjunct Faculty Office
Hours: Mon, Wed. 11AM-12,
click on Classes, and then J&W TS
This course is an introduction to Microsoft Excel 2000.
In these eight units, you will learn basic through intermediate skills,
including building, editing, and formatting worksheets and charts. Additional
skills coverage includes working with formulas and functions, managing workbooks
and preparing them for the Web, automating Worksheet tasks, and using lists.
Basic experience with Windows is assumed. After completing this course, you will
have learned all the skills necessary to pass the MOUS (Microsoft Office User
Specialist) Exam to become certified in Excel 2000.
Text: Reding, Microsoft Excel 2000 - Illustrated Introductory, Course Technology, 2000.
Project files: Available through the www.course.com Web site, or from the instructor.
Student Online Companion - MediaLoft Intranet Web site: www.course.com/illustrated/medialoft.
This site is used for the WebWorks exercise (Independent Challenge 4) at the end of each unit, and builds upon the MediaLoft case study used throughout the book. The site presents a fictional intranet for MediaLoft.
Software: Microsoft Excel 2000, Internet Explorer, and Windows 98.
Handouts: Additional handouts may be provided during
Grading Grading (Subject to Change):
are required to have a text book every day of class.
Anyone without a book will be marked as half an absence.
You are also required to have 2 floppy diskettes or one zip disk for your class
exercises and homework.
per standard J&W Policy, two missed classes and you are out of the class.
People more than 5 minutes late are tardy.
Three times tardy equals one absence! People doing Email or
other unauthorized tasks during class will loose the points for that day's work.
People doing Email or other unauthorized tasks during class will loose the points for that day's work.
Late Homework/Missed Classes: You are responsible
for the activities of each class period. Homework
is not accepted late except for excused absence.
If you know of a conflict ahead of time, you are welcome to submit
projects early. If you do not take
a test on the scheduled day, contact me for a makeup quiz.
Assignments: All assignments are due at the end of
class on the date due.
Academic Dishonesty: Plagiarism and cheating are
serious offenses and may be punished by failure on exam, paper or project;
failure in course; and/or expulsion from the University. For more information
refer to the "Academic Dishonesty" policy in the University Catalog.