UEC 02 – Computer Skills & Programming Concepts II
Course lecturer :
Assistant Prof. Dr. Mona Abou-Of
Course assistant :
Eng. Mohamed Ahmed Taha
Eng. Maher Habashy
Eng. Angy Saleh
Eng. Yasser Abd El Aziz
Eng. Reham Refaat
Eng. Nehal Essam
Eng. Amany Adel
Eng. Doaa Goda
Eng. Hend Mohamed
Eng. Soha Essam
Eng. Amany Ibrahim
Eng. Islam Farid Mustafa
Eng. Sarah Ahmed Morsy
Eng. Samah Elnagar
Eng. Maha Ali
Eng. Islam Adel
Eng. Shereen Alaa
Eng. Heba Elsayied
Eng. Neamaa Mihamed
Eng. Asmaa Mohamed
Eng. Hend Abd Elmoniem
Eng. Sarah Ahmed Abd Elhamed
Eng. Osama Mustafa
Eng. Alshimaa Samy
Eng. Soha Mahmoud
Eng. Elham Magdy
Course objectives :
1- Upon completing the course, Student will learn:
Manual versus electronic spreadsheet, What is Excel tool?, Exploring Microsoft excel, Basic workbook skills, Formatting and customizing data, Formulas, functions and named ranges, Referencing, Editing multiple worksheets, Sorting, Page properties and printing, What-If analysis, Charts.
Introduction to database concepts and access, Access concepts, Terminology and usage, Database design and table operations, Table formatting, Relationships, Querying a database, Forms, Reports.
– Hypertext Markup Language
HTML elements, HTML document structure, HTML document naming scheme, Basic of inline and Block-level tags, List and character entities, Images and links, Tables, Search engines.
2- Student will be able to:
• How to enter and format the three types of spreadsheet data: numbers, text, and formula.
• Edit text, values, formulas, and pictures and move and copy data.
• Work with absolute and relative references, and work with ranges, rows, and columns.
• Work with simple functions, basic formatting techniques, and printing.
• Create and modify charts, and learn how to manage large workbooks.
• Perform “what-if” analysis.
• Design and create databases
• Work with tables, fields, and records, sort and filter data
• Create table relationships to efficiently retrieve data from multiple tables
• Create queries to find and locate data by using query criteria.
• Design forms to manipulate data, and develop reports to display data in attractive and useful layouts.
• Combine basic HTML elements to create Web pages.
• Understand how to use HTML tags and tag attributes to control a Web page’s appearance.
Course description :
– This course tends to introduce Year 1 students of all university’s faculties to the concepts and terminologies of spreadsheet, database, database management systems, and the concept of hypertext markup language (HTML).
– It practices some computer applications in the laboratory such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, and HTML.
– It gives students a practical experience on developing projects related to the specialty of each faculty.
Course assessment :
• Practical Assignments &Quizzes: 40%
• Final Practical: 30%
• Midterm Exam : 10%
• Final Exam : 20%
Recommended text books :
– H.L. Capron – J.A.Johnson , “Computer : Tools for an Information Age” 8th Edition, 2011.
– Deborah Morley, and Charles S. Parker, “Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow “, Thomson Course Technology, 10th Edition, 2004.
– ECDL Foundation Approved Courseware, Module 4,5 : Excel,Access, 2008.
Recommended refrences :
– David Reed, “A Balanced Introduction to Computer Science”, 2nd Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008.