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At the 2014 Fall courses OE/OE Orientation, you will be given information about :

  • Distribution of course syllabus and related course materials
  • Expectations of students/faculty
  • Drop-off and Pick-up of homework
  • Testing procedures
  • Downloading data files for courses

In addition, you may be required to bring additional materials. See which items you should bring to orientation below.

Course CIS 120 - Software Applications
Section 047725
Instructor James Boron
Orientation Held 8/23/2014, 9:00am-10:00am, Room BTC215
Books
Software Microsoft Office 365 University or Professional, SNAP (Windows XP or Windows Vista or Windows 7, Internet Explorer 7 or higher or Firefox 3.6 or higher), a high speed or broadband internet connection such as DSL or Cable. (A 56K modem may impede course participation.)
Bring to Orientation Textbook
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