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Learning outcomes of the course
Students are familiar with the structure of a computer,
components and peripherals and understand their purpose.
They know the most common desktop operating systems and can use them versatilely.
The structure and components of the computer
Operating systems, the basic features
Operating systems, advanced features
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
Satisfactory (1-2): Students understand the concepts of computer hardware. He knows how to use the basic features of Windows, Linux and Mac OS X operating systems.
Assessment criteria - grade 3 and 4
Good (3-4): Students are familiar with computer hardware-related concepts and understand the operating principles of the hardware. They know the basic operation principles of Windows, Linux and Mac OS X operating systems and are familiar with the basic operating systems-related concepts. Students are able to apply the agenda of the course in accordance with the purpose and goal.
Assessment criteria - grade 5
Excellent (5): The students know the concepts of computer hardware and the hardware operation principles. They can use and administrate operating systems and know concepts of operating systems. The students have adequate capacity to update course-related knowledge and skills independently. The students are able to creatively apply the things learned in the course.