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Materials and References

Lecture notes are Microsoft PowerPoint slides used by the instructor during lectures. They are fairly detailed and comprehensive (typically between 20-30 slides per lecture). Suggested study strategy: write your comments during lecture and read the notes carefully after class. We will be distributing lecture notes in class at the beginning of each lecture.

Course Books / References
K. Laudon, J. Laudon, Management Information Systems, Pearson, 12th Edition 2011.

Web References

1. Web Blog Design: 

Welcome to the Blogger Help Center

Posting & Editing


2. Microsoft Word 2007

  1. How to format: margins, orientation (portait, landscape), headers and footers, coverpage and page border?
  2. How to format Column? (single column, doubl and multiple column)
  3. How to format Paragraph? Paragraph Alignment, Indent Paragraphs, Borders and Shading, Apply Styles, Create Links, Spacing Betweline spacing
  4. How to format Font size and colors?
  5. How to add Numbered and bulleted list?
  6. How to insert Picture and objects?
  7. How to Create Table?

3. Microsoft Excel 2007:

This reference is to learn more about Excel in English and you can print out as you like

  1. How to insert new row? Working with Rows and Columns
  2. How to insert new column? Working with Rows and Columns
  3. How to delete row and column? Working with Rows and Columns
  4. How to clear row and column? Working with Rows and Columns
  5. How to enter multiple lines of text withing a cell?
  6. How to adjust the height and width of a cell? Working with Rows and Columns
  7. How to work with conditional formt? Working with Conditional Formatting
  8. How to add functions? (Calculating with Functions)
  9. How to perform Sum function?
  10. How to perform Average function?
  11. How to perform Max function?
  12. How to perform Min function?
  13. How to perform Sin( ) function?
  14. How to perform fill command? Using the Fill Command
  15. How to sort data? Sorting Data
  16. How to protect the worksheet? Protecting Your Files and Worksheets
  17. How to protect the excel file? Protecting Your Files and Worksheets
  18. How to add header and footer? Adding Headers and Footers
  19. How to create chart? Adding Headers and Footers
  20. How to change chart type? Creating a Basic Chart
  21. How to change the data source of chart? Creating a Basic Chart
  22. How to apply chart layout? Creating a Basic Chart
  23. How to change the interval of chart value axis?Working with Chart Elements
  24. How to add chart title?Working with Chart Elements
  25. How to add axis titles for chart?Working with Chart Elements
  26. How to add data label for chart?Working with Chart Elements
  27. How to add gridlines for chart?Working with Chart Elements

4. Microsoft Access 2007These Lessons are to learn more about Access and database.

For advanced practicing Access 2007, you can see these lessons
  1. How to create a new database?
  2. How to create table?
  3. In the table view, What is the differences between "Design view" and "Datasheet view"?
  4. How to add new field in a table?
  5. How to change the datatype of the fields?
  6. How to delete, rename a table?
  7. How to sort and filter record?
  8. How to create Query?
  9. How to create and design forms?
  10. In the forms, What are the differences between "Design view", "Form view" and "Layout view"?
  11. How to create Reports?
  12. How to print a report?
  13. How to create lookup column? (which display a list of values that you can choose from)?
  14. How to create lookup column in a table? (Relationships)


Other resources:

A. How packets work in internet?

B. How to convert host name to IP address and vice versa?

C. How to know any server location?

D. What are the differences between Public IP and Private IP?

E. What are the differences between Intranet and Extranet?
1. An Intranet is owned by a single group while an Extranet extends to users outside the group
2. Intranet users have more access to resources than Extranet users
3. Intranets do not usually go through the Internet while typical Extranets do
4. Intranets are easier to secure than Extranets


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