Introduction Letter to MIC 101 ONLINE

Hello,

Welcome to the course!
My name is Yun Moh, and I am the instructor for MIC 101-ONLINE section that you are enrolled this quarter. This is a brief introduction to the course (a link to the course syllabus is at the bottom of this page).

It is an ONLINE course which means we “meet” online at a course Web site.

How do I access my class?

USERNAME:   

Student ID Number    (9 digits)
Example: 123456789

PASSWORD:   

First 5 letters of your last name    (all lowercase)
Example: Kelly O'Brien = obrie     Jill Wu = wuwuw

Here are some additional suggestions for your success:

Where and how do I get help?

Contact an eLearning Navigator:

JB Magpantay: JB.Magpantay@seattlecolleges.edu
Judilynn Rodriguez: Judilynn.Rodriguez@seattlecolleges.edu

Canvas Help guide:

guides.instructure.com/m/4212

Chat line:

www.seattlecentral.edu/distance/

eLearning email:

dislrn@seattlecolleges.edu

Phone:

(206) 934-4060

In-person:

Canvas Help Only: Student Help Desk, room 2102

eLearning Office: 1701 Broadway,  BE1140,    Seattle, WA 98122
Office Hours:
      Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday   8am - 4:30pm
      Tuesday   8am - 6:30pm

 

Please, logon to the course Web site on the first day of the quarter (after 10 AM) and get started – please, do not wait until the on-campus class day. You have a lot to do before the first on-campus class day. You have the first assignment due this Saturday.

You have the first assignment due this Wednesday. Once you logon, you will find all information you need at the Web site. If you have a question, email the instructor using the course email from the course Web site. Here is how:

How to email the instructor

All weekly assignments are located in the Modules. Refer to the image below:

Assignments are in the Modules


You can have a head-start by following the information below before you get the access to the course Web site:

Software and Hardware

The course is based on Microsoft Office 2013 (Word 2013, Excel 2013, Access 2013, and PowerPoint 2013). The college Computer Center have all required applications, so you do not need to have your own computer and applications. Expect 4-6 lab-hours per week.

If you need to work off-campus, you will need a PC with the applications. The college provides a free copy of MS Office 2013 Professional.

The course is also based on Microsoft Windows 7, and an older Windows would be okay, too. You need a PC with Internet connection and Adobe Flash player and Adobe Reader.

Required Textbook and MyITLab Training Account

In addition to the software, you need a textbook and an access code for MyITLab 2013, a special training application.

Get the textbook bundle from the college bookstore. They offer one of the best prices for the bundle. The bundle contains the textbook and MyITLab 2013 Access Code. The following is the details.

The Textbook: GO! with Office 2013 Volume 1

MyITLab 2013 Access Code: Watch the demo video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qY6deymw20

Here is a partial list of Week 1 assignments:

 

Windows File Management

Watch video instructions on Windows 7 and File Management. Alternatively, you may watch the video trainings on YouTube listed below. You may skim through the skills that you are already familiar with.

What to Submit: 

 

Please, do not email the assignments to me. You will need to submit them in the course Web site (CANVAS).

Here is a link to the course syllabus.

If you do not get an access to the course Web site by Wednesday, please let me know by an email to  Yun.Moh@SeattleColleges.edu.

Thanks,
Yun Moh
Instructor
Seattle Central Community College
Room: 2BE 3176-F
1701 Broadway
Seattle, WA  98122
http://seattlecentral.edu/~ymoh/

Yun Moh