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Microsoft Office Applications COT 330 Southwestern College Professional Studies



Course Catalog Description The Microsoft Office suite includes applications typically used by organizations that work together to extend workforce capabilities for the benefit of an organization. Learners study and apply major functions and features associated with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote. Learners examine how the various applications’ major components and tools work together, and explore how to configure and use them effectively. II. Required and Supplementary Instructional Materials Vermaat, M.E. (2017). Shelley Cashman Series Microsoft Office 365 & Office 2016: Introductory. Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. ISBN-13: 9781305870017 ISBN-10: 1305870018 This course requires Microsoft Office 2016 or Microsoft Office 365 software. If you already have this software, you are set. If not, you can download it as follows: 1. To download Office Suite from your Southwestern College account, please log on to Office 365 (http://outlook.office365.com). 2. At the top right of the page, click on Settings (the gear icon) and Office 365 Settings. 3. Click on Software 4. Select Office 5. Follow the instructions on the screen III. Learning Outcomes Learning outcomes describe the knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes that learners gain as the result of a particular learning experience. Southwestern College Professional Studies has learning outcomes specific to each program of study that are in line with the institutional outcomes of critical thinking, ethical reasoning, leadership, communication, and career preparation. Course outcomes support program outcomes and are listed below. Upon successfully completing this course, the learner will be able to: 1. 2. 3.

Identify and explain how to use the major features of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, and OneNote in an organizational setting Explain the individual and joint contributions that Office applications make in support of an organization’s operations and initiatives Use critical thinking and ethical reasoning skills

At the end of the course, learners may vary in their ability to achieve these outcomes. You are more likely to achieve these outcomes only if you attend class and/or online activities as required by the syllabus, complete the requirements for all assignments to the best of your ability, participate actively in class activities and group work as directed, and study diligently for exams. IV.

Course Policies Students are expected to read and abide by the course policies listed in the instructor-specific syllabus located in the Blackboard course.

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V. Course Requirements: Requirements

Number of Assignments 6 11 11 3 2 3

Class Participation Unit Assignments Unit Labs Exams OneNote Assignments Final Projects Total Points VI. Unit 1

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Course at a Glance: Reading & Preparation Activities Introductions Read Vermaat Word Module 1: pp. WD 1—WD 47 Read Vermaat Word Module 2: pp. WD 57—WD 111 Read Vermaat Word Module 3: pp. WD 121—WD 173 Read Vermaat Office 2016 and Windows 10 Module: Document Properties pp. OFF 22 Read Vermaat PowerPoint Module 1: pp. PPT 1—PPT 48 Read Vermaat PowerPoint Module 2: pp. PPT 57—PPT 103

Read Vermaat PowerPoint Module 3: pp. PPT 121—PPT 162 Review: Animated Picture Effects for PowerPoint Read Vermaat Excel Module 1: pp. EX 1—EX 49 Read Vermaat Excel Module 2: pp. EX 57—EX 105 Read Vermaat Excel Module 3: pp. EX 113—EX 173

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Points Possible 150 220 275 190 45 120 1,000

Percent of Grade 15% 22% 27.5% 19% 4.5% 12% 100%

Graded Work Due Unit 1 Discussion Word Module 1: Surf Flyer Word Module 1 Lab 2: Spring Break Flyer Word Module 2: Headphones and Earbuds Paper Word Module 2 Lab 2: Two-Step Verification Paper Word Module 3: Lee Vendor Letter Word Module 3 Lab 2: Confirmation Letter

Unit 2 Discussion MS Word exam PowerPoint Module 1: Tall Oaks PowerPoint Module 1 Lab 2: History Museum PowerPoint Module 2: Basketball Camp PowerPoint Module 2 Lab 2: About Rainbows Unit 3 Discussion PowerPoint Module 3: Spokes Bike Club PowerPoint Module 3 Lab 2: Attracting Humming Birds MS PowerPoint Exam Excel Module 1: Linda Fox Budget Excel Module 1 Lab 2: Davis Mobile Concepts Unit 4 Discussion Unit 4 Excel Module 2: Olivia's Art Supply Salary Report Unit 4 Excel Module 2 Lab 1: Aylin Insurance Premium Analysis Unit 4 Excel Module 3: Kaitlyn's Ice Cream Shoppe Financial Projection Unit 4 Excel Module 3 Lab 2: PHM Reliable Catering Weekly Payroll Report Complete Unit 4 MS Excel Exam

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Unit 5

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Reading & Preparation Activities Read Vermaat Outlook Module 1: pp. OUT 1—OUT 48 Read Vermaat Outlook Module 2: pp. OUT 57—OUT 114 Read Vermaat Productivity Apps for School and Work: OneNote pp. PA 2—PA 4 Read Vermaat Office 2016 and Windows 10 Module: OneNote pp. OFF 66—OFF 67 View OneNote Basics Tutorials View Project Instructions

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Graded Work Due Unit 5 Discussion Outlook Module 1: Sofia Complete Outlook Module 1 Lab 2: Electric Outlook Module 2: Sofia Calendar Outlook Module 2 Lab 2: Event Reviewer Calendar OneNote Basics Tutorial OneNote Assignment: Picnic

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Unit 6 Discussion Unit 6 MS Outlook Exam MS Word Project MS PowerPoint Project MS Excel Project

Other Policies and Requirements

Follow this link to the Southwestern College Professional Studies Standard Syllabus in Blackboard. You may be required to log in.

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