Authors: Karen Lankisch, University of Cincinnati; Nancy Muir; Denise Seguin, Fanshawe College; and Anita Verno, Bergen County Community College
Our Digital World uses a contemporary approach to traditional computer concepts learning by integrating text and engaging technologies. It connects concepts learning with the way individuals use today's various online technology through a web-centric experience. Students view videos, play with interactive hands-on tools, connect with their classmates through blogs and wikis, and discover where technology is headed by watching videos online.
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 Our Digital World content, delivered in a series of scheduled assignments that report to a grade book to track student progress and achievement.
The chapter introduction activities establish the learning objectives for the chapter and provide a starting point for class discussion.
Cirrus for Our Digital World delivers interactive assignments to guide student learning.
Section review and assessment activities in the Cirrus learning environment reinforce and assess student learning.
Accessed through Cirrus and visible only to instructors, the Instructor eResources for Our Digital World include the following support: