FastCourse Microsoft® Access 2010: Level 1 provides thorough introductory training of Access 2010. This text covers beginning-level skills, and is ideal for the newer computer user who wants to become well versed in Access. Topics introduced include the Ribbon interface, creating tables in Datasheet view, previewing and printing data, designing databases, creating database objects, formatting tables, lookup fields, field properties, queries, and more. After completing this course, students can successfully face the challenges presented in FastCourse Microsoft Access 2010: Level 2.
4+ contact hours
Spiral binding for lay-flat use
Based on the proven Labyrinth Instructional Design
Ideal for instructor-led learning environments
Step-by-step, skills-based approach ensures that students master subjects and achieve success quickly
Our real-world focus helps students develop practical skills they can apply immediately
WebSims supplement our student-friendly lessons to reinforce tasks that are not well suited for computer labs
Instructor support and student resources
New in 2010
Updated case studies throughout; these new companies reflect organizations and situations that students are likely to encounter
eLab is a secure, web-based solution that offers automated assessment, gradebook management, and extended online training, all through an easy-to-use web interface. Create your tests, assignments and other content using eLab’s easy to use interfaces. You have complete flexibility.
NOTE TO STUDENTS: THIS OPTION IS ONLY INTENDED FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN INSTRUCTOR-LED COURSES THAT ARE USING ELAB ASSESSMENT AND TRAINING AS PART OF THE COURSE CURRICULUM.
I love the format of the hands on exercises, which I project on screen and work through with the students. It makes my job much easier and the students follow along easily and respond well.
9/12/2014 11:19 am
Mark Gordon, Educator
Content is good and easy to follow. I felt that the time frame was accurate it was about 4 hours to get through Level I. I did add additional material to the first level.
7/19/2013 7:41 am
Carmen, Educator, Educator
Content is very good and the book is easy to follow.
Some of the stuff in Lesson 1 is repeated in Lesson 2, once you get into more hands on exercises. Seems a little redundant.
I just wish the "red print" in the book was a little bigger. When trying to go over the exercises some of this is hard to read.
Overall...very good book. Would recommend it to others.