Information Processing Proficiency
Passing the Information Processing class or passing the Information Processing Proficiency Test fulfills the graduation requirement.
This proficiency will be administered twice during first semester of the 2012/2013 school year. You MUST
register in advance in the Assessment Center in Room B104. Space is limited
November 8, 2012 during seminar in the Multi-Media Room C111
December 6, 2012 during seminar in the Multi-Media Room C111
The test is not administered second semester.
The Information Processing Proficiency Exam will cover three basic elements in today's computer world using version 2007 PC OFFICE SUITE.
1. LIVING ONLINE:
Covers skills for working in an Internet or networked enviornment.
2. KEY APPLICATIONS:
Covers popular word processing, spreadsheet and presentation applications and the common features of all applications.
3. COMPUTING FUNDAMENTALS:
Covers a foundational understanding of computing.
Skills measured in this exam will include:Define and identify computer hardware, peripherals, and troubleshooting
- Identify different types of software applications and how they work together with your computer hardware to perform specific tasks
- Demonstrate an ability to use software applications
- Perform common file-management functions
- Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals and benefits of network computing
- Demonstrate an ability to use and understand email and other computer-based communication methods
- Define terms associated with the Internet and the World Wide Web
Registration: Contact the Assessment Center in Room B104