E 115 - Introduction to Computing Environments

Catalog Description:

Introduction to the NC State computing system, and to student-owned computing resources. Includes topics such as maintaining your own computer, learning about campus-based computing resources and applications (how to access and use them), ethics and professionalism in the use of computing resources, introduction to web development and other campus resources.

Contact Hours: Prerequisites: None
Co-requisites: None
Restrictions: None
Coordinator: Dr. Shuyin Jiao
Textbook: E 115 Course Textbook

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course, a student will be able to
  1. Have knowledge of all resources afforded to you by the University;
  2. Know the difference between commonly used Operating Systems;
  3. Understand and use basic and more advanced UNIX commands;
  4. Have a basic understanding of how to use spreadsheet software;
  5. Be able to create basic webpages using HTML code;
  6. Be able to style your webpages using CSS Stylesheets;
  7. Understand the different types of network relationships;
  8. Know what each type of computer port is and what it is used for.


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