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AA 36-3’07 ROSE STATE COLLEGE Class Syllabus CIT 2023 5802– Hardware and Operating Systems – Summer 2008 COURSE DESCRIPTION This course will provide students with an introductory course covering microcomputers and peripheral devices. A current micro operating system will also be presented. Understanding and utilizing hardware components and operating system software as a "system" will be stressed. Prerequisite(s): None PROFESSOR/INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION Name Sharon Holland Title Adjunct Professor Office Location BS 127 Adjunct Office Office Hours Per Appointment Campus Phone Number 736-0270 Adjunct Office /733-7342 Business Division/412-0573 Cell Campus E-mail Address [email protected] URL Address COURSE INFORMATION Prerequisite course(s) or skill(s) na Section Number/Course Number/Course Title CIT 2023 5802 – Hardware and Operating Systems Time/Location 4:15-7:00 PM TuTh BS 214 DELIVERY METHOD Traditional Lecture CLASS COMPUTER USAGE All course sections at RSC may be Web enhanced and require some level of access to a computer and the College utilized Learning Management System. Free access to computers is available to all enrolled students in the Learning Resources Center and in other Academic Division computer laboratories. TEXTBOOK/SUPPLIES INFORMATION Title/Edition A+ Guide to Managing and Maintaining your PC – 6th Edition Enhanced Author Jean Andrews ISBN # ISBN 13: 978-0-619-21758-7 or ISBN 10: 0-619-21758-8 Helpful supplies/ materials na COURSE OBJECTIVES/EXPECTED OUTCOMES By satisfactorily completing a written exam, a practical exam, and assigned projects, the student should be able to demonstrate: 1. Demonstrate an understanding of systems concept. 2. Demonstrate the understanding of microprocessor architecture and the different types of memory used on the system board. 3. Demonstrate the ability to identify the main components of the systems board. 4. Demonstrate the understanding of peripheral devices and how to install them for optimum performance. 5. Demonstrate the understanding of secondary storage devices and how to install them. 6. Demonstrate the understanding of systems software and the primary role it plays in helping the microcomputer performs its assigned tasks. 7. Demonstrate the ability install the systems software and configure it for optimum performance. 8. Demonstrate basic understanding of how to troubleshoot the microcomputer system.AA 36-3’07 GRADING SCALE IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER Last day to withdraw July 11, 2008 Final July 24, 2008 Thursday 4:15-6:15 PM COURSE POLICIES (May include but is not limited to:) STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES Cell phones, iPods and/or pagers should be turned off during class. Attendance is taken every class meeting unless notified so please arrange your personal schedule for the semester so that you are able to attend class when scheduled. Attendance will be taken at the beginning of class. Once roll has been taken anyone showing up after that time will be counted as absent. However, in case of emergency or if you know in advance that you will be late or absent, contact the instructor ASAP to determine what, if anything, may be done to keep from losing attendance points. If late arrivals to class become an issue the class door will be locked. Any behavior that is disruptive to fellow students learning will not be tolerated. INSTITUTIONAL GRADING POLICIES Ex.: Withdrawal, Incomplete Grade, Audit, etc. STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES Rose State College complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Students with disabilities who seek accommodations must make their request by contacting the Office of Disabilities Services, located in LRC 125 or call 733-7407. The student will be asked to provide documentation concerning the disability. All accommodations must be approved by the Office of Disability Services. STUDENT POLICIES Academic Integrity Rose State College expects students to understand and to follow basic standards of honesty and integrity. Some common violations of these basic standards of academic integrity include but are not limited to, plagiarism, cheating on tests and examinations, presenting work completed for one course as original work for another, and other forms of dishonest performance on college assignments, as explained below. Plagiarism means the use of the thoughts, ideas, words, phrases or research of another person or source as one's own without explicit and accurate credit to the original author. Cheating on examinations of any kind (quizzes, midterms, finals, etc.) includes copying another student's answers, exchanging information, using notes or books unless expressly permitted to do so by the instructor, or gaining access to examinations prior to the actual taking of such examinations. Other examples of academic dishonesty include, but are not limited to, copying or preparing another person's work; or buying prepared papers. Assisting anyone to engage in any of the violations described above qualifies as academic dishonesty. Grade Scale: Percentage of Final Grade 90 – 100% = A Tests 40% 80 – 89% = B Quizzes 15% 70 – 79% = C Homework 25% 60 – 69% = D Participation 10% 0 – 59% = F Written Report 10% TOTAL 100%AA 36-3’07 All rules and standards of academic integrity apply equally to all electronic media, particularly all intranet and internet activities. This is especially true for any form of plagiarism, ranging from submission as one's own all or part of a paper obtained from an internet source to failure to cite properly an internet source. Course Requirements Homework Complete the lab assignments as assigned. Homework assignments will be posted on the class website and handed out in class. All homework is due at the beginning of class the day of the test. Homework turned in after this time period will not be accepted unless excused by the instructor. If you are not finished at the scheduled time, simply turn in whatever you have completed for partial credit. Quizzes Complete the Quizzes assigned by the instructor on the class website. Answers will be graded via the web. They are due the class period indicated on the schedule. Assignments will not be accepted late. Exams Exams will

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