Data and Processes in Computing OpenCourseWare: The Open University's Free Bachelor Level Software Data Class

Published Feb 28, 2009

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'Data and Processes in Computing' is a free introduction to digital data types, processing methods and applications, offered by The Open University. This undergraduate-level OpenCourseWare is appropriate students interested in Information Technology and Computer Science.

Data and Processes in Computing: Course Specifics

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Data and Processes in Computing: Course Description

This undergraduate-level OpenCourseWare from The Open University focuses on how computer software structures and processes data. You will learn about many forms of data, including characters, numbers, truth values, sets, sequences and associations. You will also learn about different processes that can be applied to handle data, including algorithms and functions. Besides introducing you to data and processes, the course also will teach you the key vocabulary necessary to describe software data and processes. 'Data and Processes in Computing' should take most students fewer than 15 hours to complete.

Unit notes and several activities are included in this OpenCourseWare. If you are interested in taking this free course, visit the data processing course page.

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