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Cindy Hyslop
Professor Computer Technology


"If computers get too powerful, we can organize them into committees. That'll do them in. " — Author Unknown



Contact Information

Office Location: HTC 132, Elko Campus
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Office Hours

  • Monday: 8:30 - 11:30
  • Tuesday: 8:30 - 11:30
  • Wednesday: By Appointment
  • Thursday: By Appointment
  • Friday: By Appointment


  • MAEd, Master of Science in Education - Educational Technology, Boise State University. , 2002
  • BS, Business Administration, University of Montana - Western, Dillon, 1990




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Title:Certificate Information for MCOD Fall 2016
My Comments:See the website for information on the Certificate in Professional Medical Coding and Billing. Next certificate will start in Fall 2016. Contact Cindy Hyslop for more information 775-753-2307 or email for further information. Instructor approval required for this certificate.
Title:Certificate of Achievement- Office Technology Emphasis
My Comments:My Comments: Contact Cindy Hyslop for more information 775-753-2307 or email for further information.
Title:AAS- Office Technology Emphasis
My Comments:My Comments: Contact Cindy Hyslop for more information 775-753-2307 or email for further information.
CIT 201
Title:Word Certification Preparation
Catalog Description: A hands-on course building on the foundation laid in COT 151 and continuing on to sophisticated manipulation of word processing software. Topics include tables, graphic boxes, clip art, desktop publishing, fonts, macros, styles, and spreadsheets. (Recommend: COT 151.)
My Comments:RUTKOSKY: SIGNATURE MS WORD 2013 (W/CD) 2014 (No access code required)
9780763851996, Published by EMCPA
Eight week class – Late Starting 03/28-05/21
COT 241
Title:Medical Office Procedures
Catalog Description: Introduces medical office administrative procedures. Topics include appointment processing, written and oral communications, ethics, confidentiality, HIPAA, medical records, patient orientation and safety. Upon completion, students should be able to perform basic administrative skills within the medical environment. Emphasis on developing human relations and customer service skills.
My Comments:Administrative Procedures for Medical Assisting: 5th Edition
Kathryn Booth, Terri Wyman, Leesa Whicker ISBN: 9780077656072 (No access code required)
IS 101
Title:Introduction to Information Systems
Catalog Description: Introduction to computer-based information systems management including hardware/software relationships, business applications usage, systems theory, current technology, networking, the Internet, computer security, and privacy issues.
My Comments:This class is taught in eight week sections.
First eight week class runs from 1/25-3/19
Second eight week class runs from 3/28-5/21
Technology in Action: Introductory Edition: 11th (no access code required)
Alan Evans, Kendall Martin, Mary Anne Poatsy,
IS 201
Title:Computer Applications
Catalog Description: An introduction to the most commonly used microcomputer business software with emphasis on operating systems, word processing, spreadsheets, database management, presentation software, and software integration. Substantial hands-on work provides practical experience using this software.
My Comments:Shaffer: Microsoft Office 2013: First Course, ISBN 9781285167640, Published by ITP
You have to have MS Office 2013-Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint for this class (No access code required)
IS 301
Title:Management Information Systems
Catalog Description: The fundamentals of design, implementation, control, evaluation, and strategic use of computer-based information systems for business data processing, office automation, information reporting, and decision making. Emphasizes managerial and strategic aspects of information technology with some hands-on work using information management software. Prerequisite: Must have junior standing or higher.
My Comments:Ralph M. Stair and George Reynolds, Principles of Information Systems, 11th Edition. Course Technology, Cengage Learning, 2014, ISBN-13 978-1-133-62966-5. (No access code required)
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