In this course, we will hone our competencies in the essential areas of online collaboration and digital citizenship. Concerning online collaboration, we will learn how to use some of Google Suite’s more advanced applications (such as Forms, Sites, and Hangouts), and we will expand our knowledge of the suite’s flagship applications (Docs, Sheets, and Slides). Concerning digital citizenship, we will cultivate our online personas by creating a personal blog and populating it with a variety of media.
This course explores the potential different contemporary technologies might hold in promoting improved sustainability practices. Of focus are alternative energy sources and virtual collaborative spaces/platforms.
A course designed to develop the literacy required to deal with technology and science-related issues in today’s society. Basic concepts underlying matter, energy, and life are examined, and students develop analytical, reasoning, and problem-solving skills needed to address these topics.
This course is designed to familiarize students with digital technology and software applications used by the Internet while exploring emerging technologies. Students will be exposed to the Social Web and the role of security in a digital world while discovering how new technologies are being used by individual, educators, corporations, and organizations. Students will develop skills in basic keyboarding; create a basic business documents, write reports using citations with Microsoft Word, and learn of up coming hardware and software advancements in their related industries.