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Theory [A] 15.0
Exercises [B] 50.0
Training and projects [C] 48.0
Studytime [D] 270.0
Studypoints [E] 9
Level in-depth
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Language of instruction Dutch
Lecturer Tom Demets
Reference LCSOXX02K00002
Key words
Computer science

Being able to show insight at using, memorising and reproducing the basic knowledge. Being able to perform tasks independently and according to pedagogical principles; and if necessary being able to explain the working methods for lecturers and fellow students.

Introduction to the database program Access; Introduction to the presentation package PowerPoint; Introduction and theoretical background of data communications and computer networks, including the Internet; Sequel to design and implementation in Turbo Pascal. The course covers two main areas: a subject specific part (both theory and practical) and subject didactics.

Knowledge of the contents acquired in the 1st year Informatics.

Final Objectives

Materials used
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Syllabi, textbooks, publications on diskettes, cd-rom and Internet.

Study costs
About 2 500 BEF or 62,5 EUR.

Study guidance
Monitoring lessons by the media centre and on appointment.

Teaching Methods
Response colleges, hearing- and practical lessons, observation lessons, didactical lessons en guided individual work. In the subject specific part the emphasis is continuously made on the didactical aspects of the covered contents to assure that both parts form a logical unity.

Practical / oral and/or written examinations in January and/or June. Permanent evaluations.