Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Computer Applications in Physical Education (3 cr.)
K506 | 6111 | Haven

One 50 minute period 3 times a week

Students will learn the basics of microcomputer application programs for the
PC and compatible machines using the UCS cluster in HPER 154.  Software
covered in the
course will be Windows NT 4.0, Netscape, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.  Fully
licensed versions
of each program will be provided in the cluster and in most public clusters
on campus.

After successfully completing the class student will be able to:
1.  use Windows NT 4.0 for normal "housekeeping" functions like formatting,
copying, deleting and renaming files, creating and using sub-directories,
selected Windows accessory programs.

2.  use Netscape, Student Locker, E-mail and other IU provided utilities.

3.  use Word to create, retrieve, save and print documents including the
use of special formatting, search and replace, spelling and thesaurus
headers, footers, footnotes and endnote features and importing graphics into
documents.  Students will create a project using these features.

4.  use Excel to create, retrieve, save the print spreadsheets including use
labels, formulas and functions, formatting, limited data management
functions and
graphing.  Students will create a project using these features.

5.  use PowerPoint to create, edit, save and print presentation graphics
including text, charts, graphs and images.  Students will use these features
produce a project.

6.  use Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Netscape to create two projects which
integrate all four


1.   Required texts
I.   Thurrott, Paul B., Projects for Microsoft Windows NT 4.0,
Addison-Wesley, Reading,
MA, 1997.
ii.  Hall, Gillian R., Projects for Netscape Communicator 4.0,
Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA,
iii. Toliver & Johnson, Projects for Microsoft Word 97, Addison-Wesley,
Reading, MA,
iv. Toliver & Johnson & Koneman, Projects for Microsoft Excel 97,
Addison-Wesley, Reading
MA, 1999.
v.   Toliver & Johnson, Projects for Microsoft PowerPoint 97,
Addison-Wesley, Reading,
MA, 1997
2.   Required packet of assignments
3.   Required pack of 10 disks
4.   Grading:
Daily assignments (8 @ 100 points)      800 points
Tests  (4 @ 150 points)             600 points
Projects (2 @ 300 points)                 600 points

Grading scale       96-100%   A
	    90-95%    B
80-89%    C
70-79%    D

5.   Attendance: Students are allowed three unexcused absences.  Additional
absences affect final grade.
Note: This class meets with a section of P200.
The instructor reserves the right to change this course description
slightly from semester
to semester.