ICS 101 :: Digital Tools for the Info World
Summer 2014 @Kapiolani CC

Credit Hours:
Dale Nakasone
Instructional Mode:
Instructional Mode:
07/07/2014 - 08/14/2014
Course Prerequisites:
- No prerequisites
- Recommended Preparation:
Keyboarding experience; credit or
qualification for ENG 100, ENG 160, or ESL
100; credit or qualification for MATH 103 or
higher level Mathematics.
Course Description:
ICS 101 examines the utilization of major application packages as tools in business problem-solving.

Please check your MYUH portal account regularly for announcements about class cancellations, UH system announcements, and/or email. Students are
required to use Microsoft Office and have a basic familiarity with the Internet.
Books may be purchased at the Kapiolani CC bookstore or ordered online at http://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/uhkcc/home.aspx. If you do not have access to the Internet or unable to travel to the bookstore, you may also order by phone at 1-800-UHBOOKS
Technical Requirements:
ICS courses often use a lot of technology. Students need to be able to access course related technologies outside their classroom. This may require Internet access, proprietary software access (e.g. Microsoft Office 2010 on Windows PC), and /or specific hardware specifications to successfully use course applications. This ICS 101 class section (CRN 35018) is conducted on the Internet.

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Additional Notes:
This ICS 101 class section is conducted on the Internet. This class section has a 6 week schedule and is not self-paced.

Prior to the start of semester, log into https://laulima.hawaii.edu/portal with your UH username and password to check for announcements from your instructor.

Students are required to use Microsoft Office 2013 and have a basic familiarity with the Internet.

ICS 101 is required for Certificates of Completion in Programming, Database Administration, Help Desk Support Services and Payroll Preparer. It also meets requirements for Shidler College of Business (UHM), College of Business at Hilo (UHH), or School of Travel Industry Management (TIM), UHM's Biology program and Botany Department.

MyITLab is a required tutorial and homework application for this course. A license for its use is included with each NEW textbook purchased.

Students buying a used text or ordering one online which does not include the license will be required to purchase the program.

Required course materials may be purchased from either the KapCC bookstore (combination of hardcopy and student access code) or directly from the publisher (eBook and student access code) at: http://www.myitlab.com/access_myitlab.asp.

For class information or other inquiries contact the instructor via email (dalenaka@hawaii.edu). Please ALWAYS include the CRN for this section in the subject line.
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