Authors: Lisa A. Bucki; Faithe Wempen; Floyd Fuller; and Brian Larson
Computers: Understanding Technology is a competency-based, objective-driven program that challenges students to develop the tech skills needed for job survival and career growth. It introduces basic concepts in computer and information technology, including hardware, software, networks, and the internet. Its embedded interactivity and responsive design guides students to become active learners. From quizzes that test students' competency on a learning objective, to diverse digital learning resources, this courseware prepares students for today's workplace.
This courseware is available in comprehensive and brief versions.
Complete course content is delivered in the Cirrus learning environment through a series of scheduled assignments that report to a grade book to track student progress and achievements.
Cirrus is the next-generation learning solution for developing skills in computer concepts. Cirrus seamlessly delivers complete course content in a cloud-based learning environment that puts students on the fast-track to success.
Students can access their complete course content from any device anywhere, through a live Internet connection. Cirrus is platform independent, ensuring that all students get the same learning experience whether they are using a PC, Mac, or Chromebook computer.
Cirrus provides access to all the Computers: Understanding Technology content, delivered in a series of scheduled assignments that report to a grade book to track student progress and achievement.