Using Moodle, students will be acclimatized to working in online environments. Students will receive an introduction to word-processing, and presentation software. Finally, students will create a basic web site and learn to manipulate graphics for web publication using image editing software. Proper keyboarding techniques will be developed throughout the course. Students are expected to practice keyboarding skills at home

Introduction to Archbishop Carney computing.

Using Moodle, students will be acclimatized to working in online environments. Students will receive an introduction to word-processing, and presentation software. Finally, students will create a basic web site and learn to manipulate graphics for web publication using image editing software. Proper keyboarding techniques will be developed throughout the course. Students are expected to practice keyboarding skills at home

The objectives of INT 9 are to introduce students to proper keyboarding techniques (with a minimum average of 30 words per minute); To acclimatize learners to working in online environments; To apply word-processing, presentation and spreadsheet software to various assignments; To introduce learners to creating and/or enhancing images using image editing software; To produce basic webpages, and finally; To receive an introduction to the concept of programming.

The aim of ICTX 11 is to develop an understanding of the fundamentals of information literacy and the tools required to prepare for, and participate in, an evolving information-based society. Students will accomplish this through web page production, programming with Python, and both 2-D and 3-D graphics production

The aim of ICTX 12 is to begin to develop information and communications technology literacy and to set the foundations for lifelong learning patterns that have become essential for survival in the IT world through the development of attitudes, skills, and knowledge. In meeting this aim, students will expand their knowledge of programming, web-server configuration, and 3-D animation

Media Arts 11 focuses on developing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes students need to respond to media artworks and create art using media arts technology. In this course, media arts technology will include digital video, computer technologies, and 3-D animation foundations. Students will use a variety of technologies to create and manipulate personally meaningful images and applied designs in order to elicit specific audience responses. In developing their media artworks, students will apply visual elements and principles of design using light, sound, and time.

Media Arts 12 focuses on developing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes students need to respond to media artworks and create art using media arts technology. In this course, media arts technology will include still photography, video, computer technologies, and electronic and digital recording. Students will use a variety of technologies to create and manipulate personally meaningful images and applied designs in order to elicit specific audience responses. In developing their media artworks, students will apply visual elements and principles of design using light, sound, and time, as well as traditional art-making processes.

Students will devlop practical photo, journalism and lay-out skills in con juntion with the production of the school yearbook.  They must prepared to make a full commitment to the program and will be required to spend additional time outside of class. This course is open to grade 10, 11 and 12 students subject to instructor's approval.  Attendance at a three day Yearbook Camp in August is sgtronly recommended for each class member. (Camp cost $75.00)