|PDMU9L6 - Information Technology Skills Home Autumn 2016|
Welcome to the home page of PDMU9L6, Information Technology Skills.
PDMU9L6 is a half module in IT skills which aims to develop a broad appreciation of information technology, through development of skills in using various standard application packages; in particular: Document Preparation including Word Processing and Graphics Manipulation, Spreadsheets, Slide Show Presentations. Teaching assumes students already have basic computer skills in a Windows interface.
This module runs in Autumn semester as a stream of CSCU9B1, amd as part of the summer academic programme. It is not currently planned to run in the evening again, or in Spring. It is delivered in ten practical sessions (workshops) and ten lectures. In semester, the usual attendance pattern for each student is one two-hour workshop per week, but there will be a number of timetabled sessions each week, so a faster pace is possible. For the summer academic programme the module runs as a compressed two-week course with one workshop each day. You can find out more about what the module covers by looking at the syllabus.
Who should take this module?
This is a half-credit personal development module. Because IT skills are important for all students in the university this module is open to any day or evening student except:
This module is naturally paired with the half credit modules PDMU9L7 - Advanced Information Technology Skills, PDMU9L4 Data Skills and PDMU9L5 - Further Data Skills. It may not be paired with any other Computing Science module.This module runs in Autumn semester and as part of the summer academic programme. It is delivered in ten practical sessions (workshops). You can find out more about what the module covers by looking at the Organisation section. Teaching material will be added to this site during the course of the semester. To follow links marked from off campus, you will need to enter your username and password. This will only work during semester for those enrolled on the module.
This module will run in Autumn 2016.
For further information consult the syllabus and schedule from the menu at the left.Announcements
Information and announcements relating to this module will appear here. Please bookmark this page and check here for recent developments.