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COURSE OUTLINE BC101 COMPUTER APPLICATION Credit(s): 1 Lecture: 0 hour, Practical: 30 hours SYNOPSIS COMPUTER APPLICATION provides knowledge

and skills to students relating to various types of computer systems and its application especial y pertaining to hardware and software. This course also exposes students to different packages of software applications for word processor, spreadsheet, project management, presentation and internet. The students will also have opportunity to manipulate and create a variety of techniques and styles to produce documents, spreadsheets, charts and presentations. This course emphasizes on the practical aspects of using computer applications.

LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:No. Course Learning Outcome (CLO) 1. write a list of basic computer system which consist of software, hardware and operating systems. 2. produce documents in form of report by choosing appropriate design templates based on word processor software. manage large amounts of data in a table with appropriate operations based on spreadsheet software design templates. create Gantt chart using Gantt chart wizard based on project management software. use internet ethical y to search appropriate data for group project. present clearly a report findings based on presentation software design templates.

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GSA & LD LD1, LD2, LD6& GSA2, LD7&GSA6,LD8 & GSA 7 LD1, LD2, LD7& GSA6 LD1, LD2, LD7& GSA6, LD8 & GSA7 LD1, LD2, LD7& GSA6, LD8 & GSA7,GSA5 LD1, GSA6, LD3 & GSA4, LD4 & GSA3, LD5 & GSA1, LD7 & GSA6, LD8 & GSA7 LD1,LD2, LD4 & GSA3, LD5 & GSA1, LD7 & GSA6, LD8 & GSA7,GSA5

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Generic Student Attributes (GSA): GSA 1 Communications Skills GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills GSA 4 Moral and Professional Ethics GSA 5 Leadership Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills

Learning Domain (LD): LD 1 Knowledge LD 2 Technical Skills LD 3 Professionalism and Ethics LD 4 Social Skills and Responsibilities LD 5 Communication Skills LD 6 Critical Thinking LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial Skills LD 9 Teamwork / Leadership Skills

STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT) Teaching and Learning Activities Lecture Lecture hours Assessment Task (Theory Test/Quiz) Self Learning: Theory Preparation before theory class viz. review/download lesson notes. Preparation after theory class viz. additional references, discussion group, discussion with lecturers. Preparation for theory test. Practical Lab work Presentation Test/Quiz Self Learning: Practical Preparation before practical class/field work/survey viz. review notes, checklist/labsheets and/or tools and equipment. Preparation after practical class/field work/survey viz. additional references, discussion session and report writing. Preparation before studio work presentation/critique. Preparation for practical test. Tutorial Self Learning Tutorial Preparation before tutorial class/review lecture notes Preparation for group discussion Other Assessment Tasks Project Total TEACHING METHODOLOGY Lecture, Question & Answer, Demonstration, Laboratory, Tutorial, Self-directed learning, Presentation, Assignment. WEEKLY SCHEDULE Week 1 Week 2 - 3 Week 4 - 5 Week 6 - 8 Week 9 Week 10 -11 Week 12 -13 Week 14 -17 Week 18-21 : : : : : : : : : Students Registration 1.0 COMPUTER SYSTEM 2.0 WORD PROCESSOR 3.0 SPREADSHEET Mid-Semester Break 4.0 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 5.0 INTERNET 6.0 PRESENTATION AND BASICS OF MULTIMEDIA Revision Week and Final Examination 50 Distribution Time 0 hour(s) x 15 week(s) SLT (hours) 0

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GRADING (CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT) No. 1 2 3 4 5 Assessment Quiz Test Lab work Presentation Project Overall Total PRACTICAL WORK SCHEDULE No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Lab Title COMPUTER SYSTEM WORD PROCESSOR SPEADSHEET PROJECT MANAGEMENT INTERNET PRESENTATION AND BASICS OF MULTIMEDIA Overall Total Hours 4 4 6 4 4 8 30 Week W2 - W4 W5 - W6 W7 W10 (W9 Break) W11 W12 W13-W14 W15-17 Number (minimum) 4 2 5 1 1 13 % total 20 30 30 10 10 100 Week W3, W5, W8, W16 W8, W15 W3, W5, W8, W11, W16 W14 W2 until end of semester

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