After completing the course, the student can:
1) use computers to aid in their studies
2) use the various online resources and services of the University of Eastern Finland
3) use the Moodle online learning environment
4) produce a text document using styles, a table of contents, tables, images, graphs, references and various headers and footers
5) produce simple tables and calculations and utilise functions and formulas with a spreadsheet tool
6) create presentation graphics using a presentation tool.
The lectures deal with the University of Eastern Finland online services, the Windows operating system, basics of word processing, spreadsheets and presentation graphics (Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint). Through lectures and exercises, students learn to create tables and indexes and use various styles in a word processing tool. Students also learn the main functions of spreadsheet and presentation tools, such as basic formulas, functions and graphs and the basics of creating a presentation.
|Modes of study
The course may be completed by:
1) taking a skills assessment test to demonstrate your proficiency
2) participating actively in exercises and completing the course assignments with a pass grade
3) passing the final exam.
Substituting the course: Students may substitute the course with an RPL demonstration of proficiency (Skills Assessment test).
||Learning in an online environment (online hands-on exercise sessions, learning assignments and exam) |
Material handed out during the course.
Student and Learning Services staff.
Participation requires no prior studies at the University of Eastern Finland.
Typically in the autumn semester.
The course is intended only for students of international master's degree programmes as the University of Eastern Finland. It is not intended for exchange students.
Computer, Windows, Office 365, Moodle, Office, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation graphics, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, style, formula, function, graph, table.
Joensuu and Kuopio campuses (students of international master's degree programmes)
||Taught in English. For further information, please contact Sari Tarvainen |