Digital Competencies I

Course contents
  • Course content Arnim Franzmann, René Mühlbacher and Othmar Tamerl:
    * WORD 2013
    Objective: To be able to write seminar papers Content (14 units = 10.5 hours)
    * POWER POINT 2013
    Objective: To be able to present seminar papers Content (4 units = 3 hours)
    * DATA SECURITY
    Objective: To be able to use a PC safely Content (2 units = 1.5 hours)


    WORD 2013
    Objective: To be able to write seminar papers
    Ribbon start: paragraph formatting, borders and shading, using existing style sheets
    templates, numbering and enumeration, search and replace
    INSERT tab:
    Pages, tables (TABLE TOOLS tab), use of tabs /
    tab stops, headers and footers
    DRAFT tab:
    Designs and general document formatting
    PAGELAYOUT tab:
    Page setup, columns, REVIEW tab, spell check and grammar, thesaurus
    grammar, thesaurus
    Inserting graphics (PICTURE TOOLS tab):
    SmartArt (layouts, templates, formats), ArrangeLayout options and
    guides, task areas
    Printing: Settings
    Word Options: AutoCorrect and AutoFormat, File Formats, Customizations,
    Saving as PDFs
    Create style sheets, directories (content, footnotes, cross-references,
    keywords)

    POWER POINT 2013
    Goal: Be able to present seminar papers
    Tab DRAFT: Designs
    Insert tab: Insert shapes
    DRAWING TOOLS tab
    SMART TOOLS tab
    Insert Organigrams
    PICTURE TOOLS tab
    Screenshot
    (this one either in Word or PP and then short repetition)
    Tables, audio and video files
    Conception of presentations:
    Determine goal, determine target audience, plan presentation.
    View tab:
    Creating slide and title masters, using handout and note templates.
    ANIMATIONS tab: animating texts, objects, timeline
    SCREEN PRESENTATION tab: Automatically running presentations,
    Action settings, Interactive buttons, Linking external data and objects
    data and objects
    The presentation
    Possibilities during the presentation, slides, handouts, notes and
    Print outlines, Edit slide transitions, Packaging for CD

    DATA SECURITY
    Goal: Use PC securely
    Overview of potential security issues
    What is the threat?
    What is my responsibility as a user?
    Typical incidents from the past
    Rules of conduct for the PC workplace: suspected viruses, password security ,
    Spamming, preventive measures, dealing with attacks
    Social engineering and phishing: methods and patterns, recognizing attacks, preventive
    attacks, preventive measures
    Information handling: handling company data
    Custody or destruction of data, protection of Office documents
    Protection of PDF documents
    The Internet: Internet downloads, cookies and my tracks on the Internet,
    My personal data, purchases on the Internet, firewall
    Security in communication: e-mail attachments, encryption &
    Digital signature