ICS 101 Digital Tools for the Information World (3)

3 hours lecture per week

Recommended Preparation: Keyboarding experience; credit or qualification for ENG 100, ENG 160 or ESL 100; credit or qualification for MATH 103 or higher level mathematics.

Comment: ICS 101 meets requirements for Shidler College of Business at University of Hawai`i at Manoa (UHM), College of Business at Hilo (UHH), School of Travel Industry Management (TIM) at UHM, and UHM‟s Biology program and Botany Department. Students are expected to provide their own USB compatible high density electronic storage media of minimum size of 128 MB or as specified by instructor.

Digital Tools for the Information Age– This course covers the latest version of MicroSoft Office applilcations (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint), Web site construction, as well as issues and concepts related to information technology. ICS 101 meets the technology requirement for many A.S. programs at KapCC and is the first course in the Information Technology Program.

Course Syllabus
ICS101 – PDF
ICS101_WWW – PDF

Aloha, I’m Dr. Steven Singer, and I’m here to talk to you about ICS 101, Digital Tools for the Information World. 101 is a course required by many of the associate in science programs here at Kapiolani Community College and transfers to UH four year colleges . This course provides the foundation for information literacy, which is so critical in this day and age. Students in 101 study various issues and trends in technology such as identity theft, privacy, piracy, digital ethics, hardware, software, and, of course, the Internet. In addition, students study various business applications such as: Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint, learning how to both create and modify documents for a variety of purposes in a variety of different formats, such as basic web pages, office memorandum, spreadsheets with graphs, forms and queries of databases, and electronic presentations. ICS 101 is both a content and skill rich course that helps students be successful in their academic, personal, and professional lives. Aloha.