Computer Literacy and Typing course
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Computer Literacy and Typing

Computer literacy is a fundamental part of undergraduate curriculum today. Computer literacy is as basic to undergraduate students as the course work in core curriculum in today’s computer-centric information age. The number of computers-in-use worldwide is growing, especially in the developing countries. Computers affect every facet of our lives and every sector of the global society. Employers prefer workers who are computer literate because they are more productive and efficient at work than those who are not computer literate.
Duration: 2 Days   |   Location : Online
Course Prerequisites:
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Virtual Lecturer-led Interactive Teaching (VLIT)

Virtual instruction environments are designed to simulate the traditional classroom or learning experience. Instructor-led training is still the number one delivery method of choice because it allows you to interact and discuss the training material, either individually or in a group setting, and you gain access to expert knowledge from certified instructors. This form of guided learning is impactful and produces positive learning outcomes. Day, evening and Saturday classes are offered.

Course Content

Computer Literacy 1 Day
Basic computer terminology.
What is a computer?
What is an operating system?
What are the major physical components of the computer?

  • keyboard
  • mouse
  • cpu
  • monitor

What is the desktop?

  • Quick Launch Toolbar
  • Taskbar
  • Start menu
  • My Computer
  • Task Manager
  • Right-click on Desktop>Properties

What are the major components of a window?

  • Windows and its components
  • Minimize/Maximize/Close buttons
  • Title bar

Navigating a webpage

  • ISP
  • URL
  • Web site
  • Home page
  • Bookmark
  • Search engine
  • Web browsing (IE, Netscape, Mozilla)
    • navigation
    • toolbars
    • menu options
    • scrolling
    • minimize, maximize and close
    • favorites
    • highlight
    • print

File Management

  • Create a new folder.
  • Copy/Move files from one folder to another.
  • Drag and Drop files.
  • Create different file types with varying extensions.
  • Create a shortcut to an often-used file or application.
  • Utilize the hard drive and other drives for file management.
  • Rename/Delete a folder or file.
  • Use the Recycle Bin appropriately.

Typing 1 Day Part 1:Getting Started with KAZ

  • Benefits of the KAZ Method
  • Keyboarding Posture
  • The Keyboard

Part 2:The Five Key Phrases

  • Using the Key Phrases
  • Typing the First Key Phrase
  • Typing the Second Key Phrase
  • Typing the Third Key Phrase
  • Typing the Fourth Key Phrase
  • Typing the Fifth Key Phrase

Part 3:Words and Sentences

  • Typing with the First Two Fingers
  • Typing With the First, Third, and Fourth Fingers
  • Typing With the Third and Fourth Fingers of the Left Hand
  • Typing Sentences

Part 4:Capitalization, Numbers, and Punctuation

  • Using Capital Letters
  • Using the Number Row
  • Using Punctuation Keys

Part 5:The Numeric Keypad

  • Playing With Numbers

Part 6:Speed and Accuracy

  • Improving Speed and Accuracy
  • Speed Drills
CTU Training Solutions , Updated: November 4th, 2020

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