Intro to Information Technology


This course provides a foundational understanding of the field of IT, including an overview of hardware, software, networks, databases, and information systems.

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    This course serves as an extensive introduction to the dynamic field of Information Technology (IT). Students delve into the fundamental concepts that underpin modern IT systems, gaining insights into hardware components such as CPUs, memory, storage devices, and input/output devices. The course covers various operating systems, their functionalities, and how they manage resources. Additionally, students explore computer networks, including their design, protocols, and the basics of data transmission. Database concepts are introduced, elucidating data organization and management. Students are also exposed to various software applications, from productivity tools to specialized software used in different industries. Ethical considerations and social impacts of IT are examined. Through case studies and practical exercises, students will develop a solid foundation in IT principles, setting the stage for further specialisation.