COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Usage of Basic Information Technologies ENF   234 4 2 3 4

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Prof.Dr. Ozan ŞENKAL
Instructors
Dr. Öğr. ÜyesiBÜLENT MITIŞ1. Öğretim Grup:A
Dr. Öğr. ÜyesiBÜLENT MITIŞ1. Öğretim Grup:B
 
Assistants
Goals
To teach the fundamentals of information technologies needed during undergraduate studies and after graduation.
Content
Computers, hardware and operating systems. Word processors, spreadsheets and presentation programs. Internet settings and internet use. Ftp, e-mail and search engines.

Learning Outcomes
1) Knows how to use a computer and operating systems effectively.
2) Knows how to use a word processing program.
3) Knows how to use a spreadsheet program.
4) Knows how to use formulas and functions in a spreadsheet program.
5) Is able to graphically display data in a spreadsheet program.
6) Prepares an effective presentation on any subject.
7) Knows the basic concepts and terminology of the Internet. Can do basic network settings.
8) Uses ftp and browses the web. Is able to use search engines and e-mail. Is able to conduct a detailed search on the internet.
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
12345
1
Explains the basic concepts and relationships between concepts in science.
X
2
Explains the basic concepts of effective classroom management.
X
3
Recognizes students´ developmental and learning characteristics and difficulties.
X
4
Explains programs, strategies, methods and techniques related to the science and technology teaching.
X
5
Explains application areas of science in everyday life.
X
6
Offers solutions to problem situations encountered in classroom management.
X
7
Uses appropriate methods and techniques for the development of students´ critical thinking, creative thinking and problem solving skills.
X
8
Designs materials from the stuff around in accordance with the requirements of science and technology program and students.
X
9
Queries information in the field of science and technology using scientific methods .
X
10
Uses laboratory according to science and technology program in an appropriate and efficient manner.
X
11
Applies contemporary teaching methods and techniques by which the student can construct their own knowledge.
X
12
Takes responsibility as an individual and as a team member to solve problems related to the field.
X
13
Has life-long learning awareness.
X
14
Shares his/her knowledge and skills, problems and solutions that he/she identified by means of oral and written communication with the expert and non-expert people.
X
15
Uses information and communication technologies effectively.
X
16
Uses English sufficiently to follow developments in science and technology education.s .
X
17
Sensitive to the agenda of the world and society events / developments .
X
18
In addition to proffesional development,he/she improves himself/herself consistently for individual development in the scientific, social, cultural and sports areas in line with educational requirements.
X
19
Has national and international sensibilities expressed in the Fundamental Law of National Education.
X
20
Behaves in accordance with democracy, human rights, and social, scientific and proffesional ethical values
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Basic terms and concepts. Hardware and software units and their functions. Byte concept. Operating systems. Windows operating system. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
2 Programs, settings and systems, windows explorer and menus. Creating folders and files, erasing, searching and renaming files. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
3 Creating shortcuts. Details of the operating system. Adding and removing programs. System properties and maintenance. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
4 Introduction to word processors, Word menu, opening and closing files, saving and printing. Inserting and changing text. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
5 Styles in word processors. Preparing table of contents. Saving as web pages. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
6 Cells and cell structures in spreadsheet programs. Mathematical operations with cells. Logical operations with cells. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
7 Styles, cell ordering and filtering in spreadsheet programs, defining simple formulas. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
8 Mid Term Exam Required readings Testing
9 Defining complicated formulas. Functions. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
10 Simple presentations using programs. Working with slides. Text boxes, pictures on slides. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
11 Operations with slide shows, details of the slide show. Saving slide shows as web pages. Program settings. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
12 Basic terms and concepts of Internet. Basic network and Internet settings. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
13 FTP use and browsing the Internet. E-mail use. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
14 Search engines, detailed search. And, or operators. Searching using plus and minus. Differences between search engines. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
15 Publishing web pages prepared using word processor, spreadsheet and presentaion programs on the Internet. Required readings Lecture
Drilland Practice
Self Study
Project / Design
16-17 Final Exam Required readings Testing

Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook
Additional Resources