Information Literacy (Science course)

Shuji MORISAKI Associate Professor

Department: Graduate School of Information Science

Class Time: 2014 Fall Thursday
Recommended for: School of Agricultural science
School of Informatics and Sciences
School of Medicine
School of Science

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Class Schedule

Class will proceed as follows:

  1. Overview
  2. Computers
  3. E-mail and Text Messages
  4. Ethics and Manners in Social Networking Service
  5. Information Security
  6. Internet Search Engines
  7. Use of Online Library and Reference Search Engines
  8. Data analysis using Spreadsheet Software
  9. Creating Slideshows using Presentation Software
  10. Writing Documents using Word Processing Software

Key Features

Class contents are designed for students who will use computers while taking advanced courses, while writing their graduation thesis, or in their future careers.

In doing so, it is not enough for students to just memorize how to use certain versions of operating systems and application software. Instead, students are taught to have conceptual understandings before learning practical operation skills, so that they will be able to solve their problems by themselves using future versions of application software and operating systems.

Higher priority is given to lectures and lessons that is difficult to learn individually such as giving good presentations in front of audience with presentation tools.

Students are expected to be able to troubleshoot system problem by learning and understanding mechanism, system and network structure, and network layers.

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Goals and Purposes of this Course

This class will teach students computer and Internet skills required for studying in the university. Specifically, searching for documents, searching for information, creating word documents, analyzing data, making slideshows for presentations, transmitting data, etc. Furthermore, students are expected to acquire logical thinking and research skills for when they need to learn more advanced computing and internet skills.

Textbooks

None

Reference Books

Reference materials will be assigned in class.

Related Courses

None

Warning

Do not forget to bring your Nagoya University ID (Or Campus ID) and password.

Grading

Grading will be based on reports and class participation. 3 or more absences will be considered as "absent," however, final decision will be made according to their overall performance and individual circumstances.

Students have the option to drop this class

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Page last updated November 21, 2017

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