ICT Systems OpenCourseWare: The Open University's Free Bachelor Level Class on ICT Systems

Published Feb 28, 2009

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Are you interested in learning how information and communication technologies (ICT) systems work? 'Introducing ICT Systems,' a free course offered by the Open University, explains how ICT systems store and process data, as well as shows how they can be implemented in professional environments. This undergraduate-level OpenCourseWare is well-suited to students interested in Information Technology and Computer Science.

Introducing ICT Systems: Course Specifics

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Introducing ICT Systems: Course Description

The 'Introducing ICT Systems' OpenCourseWare from The Open University provides an introduction to information and communications technologies (ICT) systems. Besides learning how ICT systems store and process data, students will learn about the communications, software and hardware components of these systems. The course also uses an example of a networked ICT system in a supermarket to explain how ICT systems are used. This undergraduate-level class is appropriate for students interested in IT and applied Computer Science careers. This course can be completed in about nine hours.

The materials for this course include online unit notes, learning journals and discussion forums. If you are interested in taking this free course, visit the ICT systems course page.

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