MDA 104 - Keyboarding and Medical Word Processing
Introduction to and development of basic keyboarding skills on computer keyboards and beginning word processing. Students will have the opportunity to learn keyboarding and word processing functions and apply that knowledge to build typing speed and accuracy. Emphasis will be on application to medical correspondence, reports, and developing presentations.
Prior or Concurrent: BIO 131 Human Biology, HIT 106 Medical Terminology
3 Class Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Produce an error-free document while striving to key at least 30 words per minute.
2. Understand the uses of and produce a PowerPoint presentation, and a Microsoft Word document.
3. Understand and produce error-free, correctly formatted medical correspondence.
4. Identify and define terms and concepts related to the basic operation of computers, Internet, and demonstrate how to send, receive, and reply to e-mail.
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