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APPENDIX A

UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR KAMPUS KOTA


MALAYSIAN INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
LESSON PLAN
Name of Course
Course Code:
Names of Academic
Staff:
Semester / Year
Total Student Learning
Time (SLT): 120 Hours

INTRO TO COMPUTING AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS (ICIS)


ICB 10103
MARDIANA MAHARI
SEPTEMBER 2015 (2/2015)
Face to face (F2F):
50 Hours

L= Lecture
T=Tutorial
P=Practical
O=Others

Total guided and independent


learning (non F2F): 70 Hours

25

16

TOTAL Student Learning


Time : 120 Hours

Credit Value:
3 Credit
Prerequisite:
Nil
Course Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of this course students should be able to:
1. Acquire the component of computer information system and the related
component to the current situations.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of basic system software and application software.
3. Present the use and impact of technology on todays society and the ability to use
new communication tools in a corporate setting.
4. Apply the SDLC, the use of system development methods and concept of
database in solving problems.
Synopsis
This course is designed to cover fundamentals of information systems. The course will cover
basic hardware concepts; the structure (or architecture) of computers; and the software
hierarchy from systems software to application programs. Students are also introduced to the
concept of database and information systems development.
Assessment Methods and Types
Test
Quizzes
Assignment (Problem Sloving)
Assignment (Report Writing)
Final Exam

:20%
: 5%
: 15%
: 20%
: 40%

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Mapping of the course to the Program Learning Outcomes
Delivery
Methodology
Lecture, Software
Demo, Lab

CLO
1

CLO
2
CLO
3

Lecture, Lab

CLO
4

Lecture, Lab,
Group discussion,

3
4

Wee
k
1-2

Lecture, Software
Demo, Lab

Assessment

Key Performance
Indicator
70% students achieve at least 50%
marks
CLO2 PO4

Quiz, Test, Assignment, Final


exam
Quiz, Test Assignment, Final
exam
Quiz, Assignment,
Presentation
Final exam,
Assignment, Presentation &
Peer-evaluation (rubrics),
Report/Model Deliverables,
Presentation,
Final exam

70% students achieve at least 50%


marks in the rubrics or average at
level 3 (1-5)
CLO4 PO4

Chap. 1. - An Introduction to
Information Systems
Briefly introduction to Information
System and Technology
Doing Business in the Digital
Economy
Business Pressures,
Organizational Responses, and IT
Support
Competitive Advantage and
Strategic Information Systems
Strategic Information Systems:

No
n
F2
F
5

Chap 2. Hardware - Input,


Processing and Output Devices
Computer hardware devices in
supporting information systems
and the needs of the
organization;
Selecting computer hardware
depends on current and future
needs of the IS and the
organization; always allow for
later improvements to meet
evolving organizational needs
Discuss the speed, functionality,
and importance of input and
output devices
Identify popular classes of
computer systems and discuss
the role of each

Chap 3. Software - Systems and


Application Software

Topic

F2F
T
P

70% students achieve at least


overall 50% marks in the rubrics or
average at level 3 (1-5)
CLO1, CLO3 PO1

SL
T
10

Delivery
Method /
**
Assessment
- Course
briefing
- Lecture
Lab, Case
Study

- Lecture
- Group
activity
**QUIZ 1

- Lecture
- Lab Model

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10

Chap 4. Basic Concepts of Database


Basics of Data Arrangement and
Access
The Traditional File Environment
Databases: The Modern Approach
Database Management Systems
Logical Data Models
Chap

Demo

Identify and briefly describe the


functions of the two basic kinds of
software
Outline the role of the operating
system and identify the features of
several popular operating systems
Discuss how application software
can support personal, workgroup,
and enterprise business objectives
Identify three basic approaches to
developing application software
and discuss the pros and cons of
each
Identify several key software issues
and trends that have an impact on
organizations and individuals

5. IT Infrastructures
Operation of the Internet
Service Provided by the Internet
The world wide web
Internet challenges intranets

**ASSIGNMEN
T1
** RUBRICS

- Lecture
- Lab Demo
Database
**TEST 1

- Lecture
- Lab
- Cooperative
Learning
**ASSIGNMEN
T2

Chap 6 Electronic Commerce & EBusiness technology


Overview of E-Business and ECommerce
Major EC Mechanisms
Business-to-Consumer Applications
Online Advertising and B2B
Applications
Intrabusiness and Business-to
Employees
E-Government and Consumer-toConsumer EC
E-Commerce Support Services
Ethical and Legal Issues in EBusiness
Failures and Strategies for Success

Chap 7 Specialized Business


Information Systems
Artificial Intelligence
Expert Systems
Virtual Reality,
Other Specialized Systems

13

Lecture
Active
Learning
- Web Demo
** QUIZ 2

Lecture
- Lab Group
discussion
**ASSIGNMEN
T3
** RUBRICS

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Chap 8 Systems Development Life


Cycle
Developing an IT architecture
Overview the Traditional SDLC
Alternative methods and tools for
systems development
Component- based development
and web services

Chap 9 Information Systems in


Business and Society :Security,
Privacy, and Ethical Issues in
Information Systems and the Internet
Ethical Issues
Impact of IT on organizations and
jobs, individuals at work
Societal impacts and Internet
communities
IS vulnerability and computer
crimes
Protecting information resources

Assessments
Total :
Written test ( 2 Hour)
Written quizzes ( 1 min)
Assignment 1 Individual
Assignment 2 Group + Oral Presentation
Exam ( duration 2hr)
TOTAL Student Learning Time (h)

2
5

16

Lecture
- Labl Group
discussion
**TEST 2
** RUBRICS

15

Lecture
- Cooperative
Learning
Reflection
**QUIZ 3
** RUBRICS

1
5

2
1
1
2
5

1
6

42

92

3
2
7
6
6
70

5
3
7
7
6
12
0

Reference:
Compulsory
1. Gary B. Shelly, Misty E. Vermaat, Jeffrey Quansney, Susan
Sebok Steven Freund, Discovering Computers, Complete:
Your Interactive Guide to the Digital World, International
Edition, 2012, USA: Shelly Cashman Series, ISBN 978-1-11153064-8.
2. Turban, E., Rainer, Introduction to Information System;
Enabling and Transforming Business, 2nd Ed, 2009, Wiley,
ISBN 978-0470-23357-3.
Additional:
1. Stair, R.M. and Reynolds, G.W, Fundamentals of Information
Systems, 6th Ed, 2006, Course Technology, ISBN 978-0-61921525-5.
2. Laudon, K. C., Laudon, J. P., Brabston, M. E , Management
information systems: Managing the digital firm, 3rd Ed, 2007,
Pearson Education Canada Inc, ISBN 0-13-197388-6
3. Bill Daley, Computers Are Your Future, 9th Ed, 2008, Pearson
Education Inc, ISBN 0-13-242936-5.

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