Tech 1010 - Information Technology Foundations

Textbooks:

Fluency with Information Technology
Skills, Concepts, and Capabilities (3rd Edition)

Lawrence Snyder
Addison-Wesley (2008)

Slides:

Part 1 – Becoming Skilled at IT

Chapter 1 – Terms of Endearment

Chapter 2 – What the Digerati Know

Chapter 3 – Making the Connection

Chapter 4 – Marking Up with HTML

Chapter 5 – Searching for Truth

Chapter 6 – Searching for Guinea Pig B

Part 2 – Algorithms and Digitizing Information

Chapter 7 – To Err is Human

Chapter 8 – Bits and the “Why” of Bytes

Chapter 9 – Following Instructions

Chapter 10 – What’s the Plan?

Chapter 11 – Light, Sound, Magic

Part 3 – Data and Information

Chapter 12 – Computers in Polite Society

Chapter 13 – Shh, It’s a Secret

Chapter 14 – Fill-in-the-Blank Computing

Chapter 15 – “What-if” Thinking Helps

Chapter 16 – A Table with a View

Chapter 17 – The iDiary Database


Part 4 – Problem Solving

Chapter 18 – Get with the Program

Chapter 19 – The Bean Counter

Chapter 20 – Thinking Big

Chapter 21 – Iteration Principles

Chapter 22 – The Smooth Motion

Chapter 23- Computers Can Do Almost [Everything, Nothing]

Chapter 24 – Click to Close