Introduction to Information       Technology            Lecture #1                 By        Muhammad Muneem Akhtar       ...
Overview   Basic course information   Course Description   Recommended Books   Course objectives   Course content   ...
Basic course information  Course Code                  PHA - 32Course Title         Computer & its ApplicationCredit Hours...
Course Description   3-credit course - introduces       Concepts in information technology that provide the        techn...
Course Objectives   Students will gain literacy in the underlying principles    and vocabulary of Information Technology...
Course Objectives. (Cont.)   To explore how computing is integrated with high    speed communication links in Information...
Recommended Books   Information Technology: Inside and Outside, David    Cyganski, John A. Orr, Prentice Hall, 2000. ISBN...
Grading Policy: 1   Assignments       10% 2    Quizzes          5% 3        Attendance   5% 3       Mid term      30% 4   ...
Assignments / Quizzes   6-7 assignments   A 5-7 quizzes will take place in the    class to measure the learning    progr...
Plagiarism Policy:    During this course a strict no tolerance plagiarism     policy will be adopted    Collaboration in...
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  1. 1. Introduction to Information Technology Lecture #1 By Muhammad Muneem Akhtar Department of Pharmacy University of Sargodha
  2. 2. Overview Basic course information Course Description Recommended Books Course objectives Course content Grading Policy Assignments / Quizzes Plagiarism Policy
  3. 3. Basic course information Course Code PHA - 32Course Title Computer & its ApplicationCredit Hours 04Theory 03Practical 01Lecture Duration 1 HoursNumber of Lectures 64
  4. 4. Course Description 3-credit course - introduces  Concepts in information technology that provide the technical foundation for state-of-the-art applications  Information Management  Information Transmission Systems  Real world Applications
  5. 5. Course Objectives Students will gain literacy in the underlying principles and vocabulary of Information Technology Acquire a solid background on the applications of IT To Explore the core concepts for the field of Information Technology To Explain how information is used in the organization To Describe how information technology can be tied together to improve the organizations. To discuss information systems development process.
  6. 6. Course Objectives. (Cont.) To explore how computing is integrated with high speed communication links in Information technology? To explain the scope of Information technology in the information age To discover the impact of IT on different areas Explore technical, legal, ethical issues related it Information Technology in a Global perspective Student can make conformance the analogy of real world’s applications of Information Technology to its core Concepts
  7. 7. Recommended Books Information Technology: Inside and Outside, David Cyganski, John A. Orr, Prentice Hall, 2000. ISBN: 0- 13-011496-0 Information Technology: Principles, Practices, and Opportunities (3rd Edition) by James A. Senn (Author), Prentice Hall; 3 edition (December 1, 2003), ISBN-10: 0131436260 Introduction to Information Technology (2/ed) Turban, E., R. Rainier, Jr. and R. Potter © 2003 John Wiley and Sons
  8. 8. Grading Policy: 1 Assignments 10% 2 Quizzes 5% 3 Attendance 5% 3 Mid term 30% 4 Final Exam 50%
  9. 9. Assignments / Quizzes 6-7 assignments A 5-7 quizzes will take place in the class to measure the learning progress of the students. These quizzes will be announced or unannounced.
  10. 10. Plagiarism Policy:  During this course a strict no tolerance plagiarism policy will be adopted  Collaboration in this course is highly encouraged  you must ensure that you do claim other people’s work/idea as your own. Plagiarism occurs when the words, ideas, assertion, theories, figures, images, programming code of others is presented as your own work  Failing to comply with plagiarism policy will lead to strict penalties including zero marks in assignments and quizzes
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