Introduction to Computers

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Introduction[edit | edit source]

This course is an introduction for non-computer science students (see Introduction to Computer Science for computer science students). Instead this course is a gentler, lighter survey course without delving too much into technical details. It will also examine computers from the perspective on how they influence society.

Prerequisites[edit | edit source]

Prerequisites are courses it is suggested you understand before you attempt this course. If you're having a hard time understanding the material in this course, make sure you understand these prerequisites first.

  • There are no prerequisites! (You should be able to follow along no matter how little experience you have in this subject.)

Lessons[edit | edit source]

  1. 100% Introduction
  2. 100% Inside a computer case
  3. 50% Peripherals
  4. 100% System software
  5. 100% Application software
  6. 100% Personal
  7. 100% Networks
  8. 100% Security
  9. 100% Internet
  10. 100% Development
  11. 100% Databases
  12. 100% Artificial intelligence

What Next?[edit | edit source]

Once you have completed this course, you have learned enough to take these courses:

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