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1st Year Course Curriculum Re-Design

Curriculum Redesign - 1st Year Course: Management & Information Technology

To further introduce students to Tablet PC Functionality expanded lecture demonstrations were incorporated into the primarily first-year introductory business course (the first business school course required of Business school majors).  These lectures included demonstrations of:

 Keyboard & Writing Pad (TIP –Tablet Input Panel)

 Microsoft Journal (right-clicking, double-clicking, lasso, erase)

 Virtual Printers (Document Image Writer, Journal Note Writer…)

 Microsoft OneNote (audio capture, importing electronic content, content organization, notebook organization)

Tablet PC Experience/Education Pack

The course was altered to expand coverage of the uses of Microsoft One-Note for in-class shared sessions as well as home-work involving MS OneNote.   The course also integrated a Tablet PC - Classroom oriented application called Classroom Presenter (http://www.cs.washington.edu/education/dl/presenter/) developed and distributed by the University of Washington.   This application was designed for enhanced classroom sharing of digital hand written notes and is currently being integrated into the junior/senior level Information systems course.

 

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