The Access 2003 series of courses starts off with an overview of both database concepts in general and Access in particular. Learners then find out how to design, build, and use Access tables. Further topics include using queries, find, filter, and sort to unearth answers from data. Learners finally move on to the Access report system and delve into wizards, timesaving tips, and even a bit of programming.
Flash and audio provide animated, interactive Lesson Introductions, Activities, and Simulations.
Audio accompanies each lesson page throughout the course.
Show Me Hows allow learners to access instructional demonstrations from all courses in the series.
Simulations teach learners to perform specific tasks in applications through guided, multi-step exercises.
Activities allow learners to apply course concepts in an interactive questioning environment.
Exercises allow learners to practice in the actual application being studied.
A Course Topics list contains active hyperlinks, permitting quick access to specific topics.
Find-A-Word allows learners to look up an unfamiliar term in the Glossary, on the Web, or in a dictionary. In addition, it lets them find other occurrences of the term in the same course.
Search text enables learners to rapidly search all text within a course to easily retrieve information required.
Courses challenge the learner with a variety of question formats, including multi-step simulations, true/false, multiple choice, and fill-in-the-blank.
A skill assessment generates a customized learning path based on the results of a pre-test.
A glossary provides a reference for definitions of unfamiliar terms.
Bookmarking tracks a learner's progress in a course.