This course introduces students to the basic structure of a digital computer and the organization of various units such as control unit, Arithmetic and Logical unit and Memory unit and I/O unit in a digital computer.
Course Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course, students will:
• Explain the brief history of computer science
• Discuss the different bases of Boolean Algebra
• Manipulate binary numbers to achieve different learning outcomes
• Explain data representation in a computer system
• Explain the representation of different characters in a computer.
This course is design to empower students with the capabilities to examine the use of instructional systems design models applicable in the creation of instructional materials that is appropriate from a pedagogical for a given category of learners. To achieve this instructional goal, the fundamentals of instructional design, including the principles of learning theory, and instructional strategies that are relevant to instructional design will be covered. Emphasis will be laid on models that support the design of print-based, web-based, or multimedia-based instruction. Focus areas will include instructional strategies, media selection techniques, and formative evaluation strategies for designing instruction in a high-tech environment. Students in this course will also develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to provide leadership in the design and development of instructional materials for the Internet, print-based materials, multimedia, and other individualized instructional mediums.