OUTLINE Course Description Course Objectives List of Resources Course Calendar Course Location & office hours Attendance policy Other Polices How to Study for this course
COURSE OBJECTIVES Students that complete this course successfully should be able to: Gain a good understanding of what needs to be done in order to develop professional Web sites. Gain a good understanding of how to develop professional Web sites. Avoid difficulty related to the Web site development life cycle. Have the ability and confidence to plan, design, implement, develop, launch and maintain successful professional Web sites. Recognize and identify between what gets results and what is possible to accomplish. Have the ability to understand what makes bad sites bad and what makes good sites good.
LIST OF RESOURCES Main Resource: Book: Internet & World Wide Web: How to Program, Paul Deitel, Prentice Hall; 5th Ed. Book: Programming the World Wide Web, Robert W. Sebesta (7th or 8th Edition)Robert W. Sebesta Lectures Notes Other Recources: W3C: http://www.w3.org/ http://www.w3schools.com/ http://caniuse.com/
COURSE CALENDAR No.Assessment TaskWeek DueProportion of Final Assessment HomeworkWeekly10% Group ProjectW/C 17/2- 29/1120% Mid Exam 1W/C 21/12-4/1015% Mid Exam 2W/C 3/2- 15/1115% Final Exam40% Total 100%
EXAMS Two Major exam each is worth 15%. No Made-exams will be without a medical excuse or “something major”. Final exam is worth 40% and all chapters will be included
THE PROJECT It is a team project. Planning and developing a website. Should be done in stages. You will submit a report and softcopy of your project (CD) It weights 20% of your final assessment mark.
HOW TO STUDY FOR THIS COURSE Take notes at class. Read through PPT slides. Read through learning resources offered. Go over exercises.
COURSE LOCATION & OFFICE HOURS Lectures: Tuesdays 9-10 Thursdays 9-11 Lab: Tuesdays 1-3 Class with Ms. Sarah Almudauh Office hours: TBA Location: Building 26, first floor, 47m Email: email@example.com
ATTENDANCE POLICY 10 minutes late student will be marked as absent. 25% absence will cause detention.
OTHER POLICIES Late assignments will be penalised. Assignments with Plagiarism is marked as ZERO. Mobile phones should be silenced and out of sight.