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Computer Science Department
CSU Stanislaus


Courses Taught

CS2000
CS 2000 Effective Computing (3 units).
To familiarize students with current computing technologies used within education, home, and business environments. Topics include productivity tools such as word processing, spreadsheets, hardware, and operating systems. There also will be discussion of ethical and social issues concerning information technologies. Enrollment preference will be given to Liberal Studies majors. Satisfies G.E. area E1. Students may not use both CS 2000 and CS 4000 to satisfy G.E. requirements. Corequisite: CS 2002. (Credit may not be given for both CS 2000 and CS 4000.) (Lecture, 2 hours; laboratory, 2 hours)

CS4000

CS 4000 Personal Computing (3 units).
Gives the student the knowledge and experience needed to use a personal computer effectively. A range of computers and software will be available; as much as possible, the student will be able to learn about systems which are directly usable in his or her area of study. Topics include discussions of computer hardware, the range of capabilities of the personal computer, how to evaluate a piece of software, and how software is written. Satisfies G.E. area F1. Students may not use both CS 2000 and CS 4000 to satisfy G.E. requirements. Corequisite: CS 4002. Prerequisite: Upper-division standing. (Credit may not be given for both CS 2000 and CS 4000.) (Lecture, 2 hours; laboratory, 2 hours) (Fall, Winter, Spring)


Projects

Online Student Evaluator
The Onliine Student Evaluator is a points database combined with a table to receive peer critiques of student's work, weight the scoring, and transfer the results to the points database for secure viewing online by each individual.




Presentations

Colloquium @ CSU Pomona, 2004
Working Abstract: From the submission of assignments via email to their return and the reporting of grades, feedback to the student can be handled electronically with a faster turnaround time and a resulting increased satisfaction for your students. Learn some proven methods to insure your students know where they stand all semester.



E-mail: dbratten@charter.net or DBratten@csustan.edu


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