Introduction to Computer Science (Nursing)

Computer Science
Objectives of the course: understood the importance of computer literacy with a limit equal to the ability to read and write due to the use of computers in almost all areas of life so you see them at work, home and entertainment venues, therefore, learning computer or increase the knowledge of which is a good investment. So will be identified in this course is on basic concepts in information technology IT and to identify a computer as an entity and programmatic material, and learn about computer applications and basic skills to use it.
Course content
Part 1
The theoretical

1. Basic Concepts of Information Technology IT
• The computer system: the definition of computer
• Types of Computer
• Computer parts
• Components of the computer system
• Equipment (Hardware • software )

2. Hardware (Hardware)
• CPU
• The input and output units
• The memory and storage units
• The main memory
• Types of main memory
• Represent data
• The secondary memory
• Types of secondary memory (storage media)
• Storing data (files and records)
• The performance of computer

3. Types of Memory
• Ram
• ROM
• Secondary Storage
• Stored Data
• Computer performance

4. Software (Software)
• Types of software
• Interfaces
• Multimedia
• System development

5. Data transmission and computer network
• Type of network
• Network Topologies
• Communication hardware
• Protocols
• The Internet
• The Intranet
• The Extranet
• Firewall

6. Computer in our daily lives
• At home
• At work
• At Education
• At Hospital
• E-commerce
7. Health and Environment
• Ergonomics
• Health Issues
• Safety precautions
• The Environment
8. Computer Ethics
• Software copyright
• Licensing
• Commercial software
• Backups
• Information security
• Privacy and access
• Viruses
• Computer Ethics
9. The Internet
• General concepts
• http:// and https://
• Web Address
• Search Engines
• E-mail
10. Number System (Decimal, Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal)

Part 2
The practical
System software (operating systems)
• Dealings with the computer
• Desktop environment
• Deal with and organize your files
• Control Panel • Application Software
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• Web browsing
• Search the Web
• E-mail
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Word processing: Microsoft Word
• dealings with the most operations
• coordination
• Printing
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Presentations: Microsoft PowerPoint
• Dealings with the PowerPoint
• Coordination
• Shapes and graphics
• Printing and distribution
• The effects of the slide show
• Slide Show
• Printing
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Spreadsheets: Microsoft Excel
• The beginning of dealing with spreadsheets
• Mathematical formulas and functions
• Coordination
• Printing