Information Technology I OpenCourseWare: A Free Introductory Grad-Level Information Technology Course by MIT

Published Jan 23, 2009

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MIT's 'Information Technology I' free online OpenCourseWare provides students with introductory training in business technologies like databases and telecommunications. This graduate-level course will be of benefit to students studying Business, Information Technology or other related fields.

Information Technology I: Course Specifics

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Information Technology I: Course Description

In MIT's 'Information Technology I' OpenCourseWare, students will learn how to effectively use information technology in a business environment. The courses places a special emphasis on networking and computing systems that run multiple processes. Without needing a background in traditional programming languages, students will study a variety of subjects, including relational databases, user interface designs, Web technologies and data mining tools. The course will also introduce students to the business uses of a variety of computing environments, including hardware and operating systems, local area networks and wireless networks. This graduate-level OpenCourseWare is taught by Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Chrysanthos Dellarocas.

Lecture notes and assignments are available for download on the course website, as well as suggested readings and translations of the course into Persian and simplified Chinese. To learn more, or to download the course materials, visit the introduction to information technology course page.

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