Internet Courses at IRCC


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Make IRCC your source for information on Internet resources and their use. Enroll in an Internet class today. The college presently offers the following courses about the Internet.

One Credit Weekend Seminars:

CGS 1050 - Electronic Access to Information - Sample Syllabus

An entry level hands-on orientation course, usually offered as a single weekend seminar or as a short special registration class meeting three or four times over the period of a few weeks. This course examines access to books, databases, library holdings, newspapers, and several indexes through computer linkages to electronic databases and compact disks. Experience using the Windows® operating system is recommended for students entering this course. The grading is S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory).
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CGS 1555 - Orientation to the Internet - Sample Syllabus

An entry level hands-on orientation course, usually offered as a single weekend seminar or as a short special registration class meeting three or four times over the period of a few weeks. Experience using the Windows® operating system is recommended for students entering this course. The grading is S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory).
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CGS 1875 - Orientation to FrontPage® - Sample Syllabus

A hands-on orientation course in the Microsoft® program FrontPage® to create web pages and sites. This course is offered as a single weekend seminar, usually late in each semester to allow prospective students to take one of the other courses first. Experience using the Windows® operating system is recommended strongly for students entering this course. Novice web authors may find it helpful to take CGS 2822 - Web Page Authoring before taking this course to acquire a basic understanding of the HyperText Markup Language (HTML). The grading is S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory).
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COP 2822 - Web Page Authoring - Sample Syllabus

A hands-on orientation course in authoring HTML documents for publication on the World Wide Web. This course is offered as a single weekend seminar, usually late in each semester to allow prospective students to take one of the other courses first. Experience using the Windows® operating system is recommended strongly for students entering this course. The grading is S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory).
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Three Credit - Full or Half Semester Courses:

CGS 1550 - Introduction to the WWW - Sample Syllabus

This course is designed to introduce students to the Internet via the World Wide Web (WWW). It teaches how to use WWW as a multi-media tool, how to browse and search it, and how to write effective Web pages using the HyperText Markup Language (HTML). The course will include a discussion of basic theory as well as practical hands-on exercises. Experience using the Windows® operating system is strongly recommended for students entering this course. The course is offered only for a letter grade.
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CGS 2557 - Introduction to the Internet - Sample Syllabus

A hands-on introductory class which is more comprehensive than the weekend orientation class mentioned above. It covers the same material, but goes into more depth and involves students in projects to help develop their proficiency. It is offered as a full semester evening course or often in a shortened six week format meeting two afternoons each week. Experience using the Windows® operating system is strongly recommended for students entering this course. The grading is typically S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory), although some sites offer letter graded sections of the course.
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