Computer Fundamentals & Lab is a required (6 credit) course in both the Commercial Building Engineering and Industrial Engineering programs at Renton Technical College. It is a one quarter course that meets for a total of 96 hours.
This course provides an introduction to the hardware, operating systems, and application programs used by stationary engineers.
Lesson One: Accessing Online Information
- Lesson Plan, Accessing online information
- RTC web site (handout)
Lesson Two: Accessing Online Information, U.S. Constitution
- Lesson Plan
- Accessing Online Information
- U.S. Constitution
- U.S. Constitution Online (handout)
Lesson Three: How the Internet Works
- Lesson Plan, How the Internet Works
- Internet Terminology (handout)
- How the Internet Works (handout)
Lesson Four: Cloud Computing
- Lesson Plan, Intro to Cloud Computing
- Intro to Cloud Computing (handout)
Lesson Five: Computer Hardware
- Lesson Plan, Intro to Computer Hardware
- Computer Hardware (handout)
Lesson Six: Word Processing Assignment, Work Experience
- Lesson Plan, Word Processing Project, Work Experience
- Word Processing Project, Work Experience (Instructions)
- Word Processing Project, Work Experience (grading rubric)
Lesson Seven: Research and Demonstration Project
- Lesson Plan, Research and Demonstration (R&D)Project
- Two: R & D Project Instructions
- Three: R & D Project Plan (form)
- Four: R & D Project Plan (example)
- Five: R & D Project Demonstration Summary
- Six: R & D Project Rubric
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