This curriculum is FREE to the public to use. A for-credit version is also available for a fee.
If this is your first time here, please check the minimum system requirements on the right.
If your instructor has sent you to this page to ENROLL as an Affiliated Student and has given you the name of the ITF Class, the section/line number/ and the password for the class, go to the Affiliated Student's Welcome Page.
If you wish to use the ITF curriculum and are not an "Affiliated Student," go to the Independent Student's Welcome Page.
Go to the Visitor's Welcome Page if you just wish to see what's in the curriculum, view sample lessons and multimedia objects. Enroll as an Independent Student if you decide you would like to use the curriculum.
If you are an instructor and would like to use the curriculum in conjunction with your own classes, complete the Instructor Request Form.
Paul Skiera, Project Director
System Requirements:For the modules to work properly, the following are required:
Arizona State University (ASU) has developed over ten modules on the most common topics related to computer hardware and networking. Computer users, teachers, and technicians will benefit from the content in the body of knowledge we call Information Technology (IT) Fundamentals.