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    • STID 1103COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN MANAGEMENT MOHD TARMIZI MUSA Universiti Utara Malaysia09/25/12 1
    • Personal Data Mohd Tarmizi Bin Musa Room: 2106 FTM, CAS, UUM, 06010 Sintok, Kedah, MALAYSIA (604) 9284609 TARMIZI@UUM.EDU.MY09/25/12 2
    • Education Background 1982 – 1987, Sek Men Jitra, Kedah. 1989, American Associate Degree (AAD) , State University of New York at Buffalo, USA 1992, BSc in Comp. Science & Math, University of Hartford, Connecticut, USA 1995, MSc IT (Multimedia), University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. 2010, “PhD (Wireless Network)”, University of Hull, UK.09/25/12 3
    • Working Experience 1990 – 1993, Network Engineer, MicroAge, Connecticut, USA. 1994, Lecturer, ITTAR, Malaysia 1994 – present, Lecturer, UUM.09/25/12 4
    • Courses Taught Computer Organization Computer Networks Data Communications Network Design Network Management Local Area Network (MScIT) Data Communications & Networking (MScIT NIM Cambodia)09/25/12 5
    • STID 1103 - Syllabus Course Synopsis Course Objectives Learning Outcomes Text Books & References Course Contents Teaching Method Course Assessment09/25/12 6
    • SYNOPSIS This is an introductory course targeting to create awareness on various popular computer applications which are being used in organizations. Application such as accounting management, communications, and project management will be covered in this course. In addition, students will also be exposed to proper method of report writing, data gathering and compilation, as well as database management. The students will also be exposed to the methods in converting data to charts and graphs, preparing presentations, and presenting data. Besides using Internet applications, the students are required to build and maintain simple web pages.09/25/12 7
    • OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, students are expected to – acquire basic knowledge on current ICT. – develop competency in using several management-related applications, which are popular among the professionals and entrepreneurs.09/25/12 8
    • LEARNING OUTCOMEUpon completion of this course, students will be able to – apply basic knowledge on computer technology in order to make a good decision when acquiring a computer. – use Internet technology to find required information. – identify the use of different software applications for different management situation. – produce different type of document for different management purpose.09/25/12 9
    • REFERENCE Beekman, G and Beekmen, B., (2009) Tomorrow Technology and You. 9th Edition, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson. Evans, A., Martin K. and Poatsy, M. A. (2009) Technology in Action. 6th Edition, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson. Hulett, M., Krebs, C., and Lockley, M.W. (2008), Microsoft OFFICE 2007 (Vol. 1), Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson. Shelly, G.B., Cashman, T.J. and Vermaat, M.E. (2006). Discovering Computers 2006 A Gateway to Information, Thomson Learning Shelly, G.B., Cashman, T. J., & Vermaat, M. E. (2002). Microsoft Office XP: Introductory Concepts and Techniques-Enhanced Edition. United States: Course Technology. Toot, M.S. (2005). Read Less – Learn More. Master Visually Office 2003. The Complete Visual Reference. 2nd Edition, New York: Hungry Minds.09/25/12 10
    • Ch 1: Introduction to InformationTechnology (3 hours) – Describe the evolution of Information Technology and Communications – Explain the concepts of ICT and IT – Introduce to computer hardware – Introduce to computer software – Discuss the history of Windows Technology09/25/12 11
    • Ch 2: Introduction to Internet(3 hours) – Introduce the concept of the Internet – Describe the Internet components. – Describe WWW: composition, hypertext, web pages, and URL. – Introduce to Internet Navigator: Browser, and Search engine – Explain the usage of Electronic mail – Describe File Transfer Protocol (FTP) – Discuss the usage of WWW09/25/12 12
    • Ch 3: Introduction to Word Processing(3 hours)  Introduce basic functions, process and types of word processor  Describe Basic Skills on: • Selecting certain techniques for create documents, editing documents, formatting documents, build table, formatting large documents, structuring contents, build indexes • Selecting Graphical usage like Clipart, AutoShape, WordArt and etc. 09/25/12 • Creating and using Template 13
    • Ch 4: Introduction to Spreadsheet(6 hours)  Introduce Microsoft Excel software  Explain Basic skills in spreadsheet: composition spread sheet  Elaborate creating spreadsheet applications  Discuss how to create and use of formula  Explain functions: add and use functions  Compare between formulas and functions  Elaborate how to build table list  Explain how to do list manipulation  Explain about forecasting: use in financial and banking 09/25/12 14
    • Ch 5: Introduction to Charts and Graph(3 hours)  Introduce Charts and graph categories  Explain how to build charts and graph  Elaborate the usage of charts and graphs in management 09/25/12 15
    • Ch 6: Introduction to Microsoft Project(3 hours)  Introduce GANTT/PERT charts  Explain how to do GANTT/PERT charts 09/25/12 16
    • Ch 7: Graphic Design(3 hours) Introduce the importance of graphic applications in management Explain graphic categories: vector image, Bitmap and image conversion Describe graphic quality: consideration factors Describe the graphic standard: BMP, TIFF, TGA, EPS, GIF Explain technique to design graphic: drawing program, paint program and image editing programs Discuss graphic evaluation09/25/12 17
    • Ch 8: Web Page Development(3 hours) Introduce Web Page: functions and categories Explain methods in build web page Elaborate contents analysis and concepts09/25/12 18
    • Ch 9: Web Page Development(continue…) (3 hours) Introduce HTML coding Elaborate Web sites development phases Explain feedback analysis Explain web page promotion Creating web pages using FRONTPAGE09/25/12 19
    • Ch 10: Presentation Applications:Microsoft PowerPoint (3 hours)  Introduce basic concepts: Presentation  Explain techniques in design presentation  Elaborate on building presentation: build slide master, editing clipart, bullets, Autoshape and etc 09/25/12 20
    • Ch 11: Presentation Applications:Microsoft PowerPoint (continue) (3 hours)  Elaborate Build table in slide and animation  Describe presentation Techniques: on mouse click and automatic time setting.  Explain on presentation evaluation 09/25/12 21
    • Ch 12: Introduction to Database(6 hours)  Introduce the basic concepts of database  Explain database system model  Describe Evolution of database  Explain basic operation in build database systems  Describe the use of table, relationship, query, form and report. 09/25/12 22
    • TEACHING METHOD Lectures, case studies, online tutorial and activities & discussions. – (42 hours)09/25/12 23
    • COURSE ASSESMENT Assignment & Quizzes : 40/100 Mid-Term Exam : 20/100 Final Examination : 40/10009/25/12 24
    • Reminder “Seseorang pelajar akan dihalang daripada mengambil peperiksaan sekiranya tidak menghadiri sekurang- kurangnya 80% daripada jumlah kuliah dan tutorial sama ada dengan sebab ataupun tidak.” A student will be barred from taking the final examination if he/she does not attend at least 80% of lectures and tutorials. An X grade will be given to a student who is barred from taking the examination because his/her attendance for lectures and tutorials is less than 80%. An X grade cannot be redeemed.09/25/12 25