Courses listed here are created by lecturers at the Petroleum Institute for the purpose of enhancing interaction with students taking Foundation Computing courses at the PI, where Moodle is deemed to be the most appropriate vehicle for that interaction.
This AUP/AP computing course covers an introduction to Spreadsheets and Graphs
- An introduction to PowerPoint basics for AUP (Dept) computing students at the Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
- An introduction to computing basics for all students taking computing courses in the Advanced University Placement program at the PI. This course teaches typing/keyboarding skills using a touch-typing program.
This is the first basic MS Word 2007 course for AUP and AP Computing students at the PI
- An introduction to computing basics for students taking their first computing course at the PI in the Advanced University Placement (AUP) Department. This course consists of an introduction to computer hardware and software, the Windows operating system, security over networks, Web and Internet search, and social networking.
- This course supplements and supports ENGL0030. It covers the same basic themes using technology to enhance learning outcomes. Students will use Windows Operating system to organize their files and folders. They use commonly available commercial and free software application tools to learn keyboard touch-typing, problem-solving, social networking, research, and communication skills. These include word processing using MS Word, making clear and concise presentations using MS PowerPoint, using many aspects of MS Outlook to prepare emails.
Advanced Excel functions and VB Macros for AUP students at Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi, UAE
This course was created by Vance Stevens, Computing Dept. at the Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi, to assist students in teaching themselves to create web pages using HTML code and Font Page. The course starts with HTML because a working knowledge of HTML code is important in understanding how to fine-tune documents created in MS Front Page.