Business Technology 11

First Semester and Second Semester

Modern workplaces increasingly expect employees to be competent producers of a variety of business documents to convey concepts and information. Business Technology 11 will provide students with opportunities to learn the principles and practices of document production and become skilled, critical users of information and communication technology.

Students will become aware of and respect ethical, social, and legal implications of document production as they learn the production and manipulation of documents to manage and communicate information and ideas. At the same time, they will be able to relate their learning to career pathways and further refine their career and education plans. Business Technology 11 modules include: Touch Keyboarding; Document Processing; Spreadsheets; Desktop Publishing; and, Business Technology Fundamentals.


Additional course details and documents are available on the Nova Scotia Curriculum site’s Business Technology 11.

Course Additional Information

Course Materials

*Glencoe Keyboarding with Computer Applications
*Provided digitally within the NSVS course.


Technology Requirements

Laptop or desktop device with Windows or Mac OS and Microsoft Excel.

Webcam and headset with microphone.

Access to Google Workspace for Education (GNSPES/SEPNE) or other productivity software.

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