Computer and Information Literacy Course
M-CSIS 103 Computer Class in Florence Italy
The Computer and Information Literacy course is designed to give students a hands-on experience working with computers in a lab setting. They will learn which electronic outlets can help compile information for specific needs.
Computer and Information Literacy course topics cover global information available on the internet in areas of currency versus long-term need, in-depth versus topics, authority of source, and efficient ways to retrieve information using various search techniques.
Students enrolled in the M-CSIS Computer and Information Literacy course will become comfortable in analyzing the validity and correctness of each source used to determine whether it is a reliable source for specified information retrieval. They will also develop computer literacy skills during skill-building exercises.
All course available through the Marist-LdM four-year study abroad program are taught at the Lorenzo de’ Medici Institute in Florence, Italy. The Marist Florence Italy study abroad Bachelor’s degree allows students to purse earn their Bachelor’s degree while being immersed in the culture and history of the city of Florence.
Contact Marist College today to learn more about the Marist Italy Undergraduate degree four-year study abroad program as well as enrolling in the Computer and Information Literacy course.