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CS140 Introduction to Computers

Park University Adjuncts

This is a Full-time position in Ogden, UT posted August 28, 2021.

Appointments are made on a term-by-term basis.

Adjunct faculty are required to successfully complete an online Canvas LMS orientation course before being scheduled, as well as other training if required by the department.

This is an on-site blended/hybrid course, students attend class in person 60% of the time and complete the remaining 40% online through Park’s Canvas Learning Management System.

Local applicants only.

If you do not have base access, you will be subject to a background check by Hill AFB Security Forces for base access request.

Click on Park University Locations for more information on our campus centers.

Click on Park University’s Catalog for more information on programs and courses.

The Computer Science department prefers you address their Core Learning Outcome’s with your submitted course justification.

Minimum Qualifications Master’s or Ph.D.

level degree in the discipline (CS or IS) or in a related discipline (MBA, etc.) from an accredited school AND received graduate credit with a grade of B or better in the course applied to teach, OR one year work experience in subject material of course applied to teach.

Indication of knowledge of Microsoft Office, latest version.

Course Description This course introduces computer concepts, terminology, and applications to enable students to use computers in their environment and career.

This class will feature lectures, written assignments, and demonstrations of computer concepts.

The lab will concentrate on hands-on computer lab projects using the dominant Windows operating system and Office applications.

Software will include Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Internet browsers.

Students will be introduced to the structure and use of personal computer hardware, peripherals, comparison of popular operating systems, recent history of technology and some ethical implications.

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