Information Processing

The Information Processing strand helps students develop knowledge and skills relating to computer technologies in six areas: systems management, text/data input, productivity software, applied processing, programming, and emerging technologies.

Each strand that a student completes is worth 1 Credit.  Students enrolled in Information Processing are expected to receive a minimum 3 credits for a single semester and 5 credit for the entire year. 

 A list of modules is available at: http://www.education.gov.ab.ca/cts/infopro/

Communication Technology

The Communication Technology strand encourages students to use creative thinking and problem-solving skills in presentations, photography, print and audio/visual production, in order to help them develop media and technology literacy.

Each strand that a student completes is worth 1 Credit.  Students enrolled in Communication Technologies are expected to receive a minimum 3 credits for a single semester and 5 credit for the entire year. 

 A list of modules is available at: http://www.education.gov.ab.ca/cts/comTech/