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P a g e | 1 Syllabus Last Updated 2/27/2017 Graduate Course Syllabus IT 647: Web Site Construction Center: Online Course Prerequisites IT 500 or IT 510 Course Description This course is an introduction to the construction and management of interactive Web sites. It involves technical issues such as standards, HTML/XML, scripting, embedded rich media and database connectivity; design issues such as audience analysis, content organization, accessibility, page layout, styling and templates, and management issues such as organizing, branding, managing, and marketing the Web site. The course focuses on designing Web sites with creative interfaces, aesthetic style, functional structure and navigation. There is equal emphasis on technical proficiency, creative comprehension, and management concepts. This course does have hands-on labs. Course Outcomes World Wide Web concept, e-commerce, and its business models Site planning, process, and principles in creating a well-designed website Use of webpage elements and website authoring tools Dynamic interactivity, form, and script for website Quality assurance, site stickiness, and promotional strategies Web server management, ethics, and legal issues Required Materials This course uses a Books24x7 resource. Review the instructions for accessing Books24x7 . Prior to using Books24x7 content linked within a course, you must always log in to Books24x7 first and then proceed to the linked content. Website Design and Development: 100 Questions to Ask Before Building a Website Plumley, George John Wiley & Sons 2011 ISBN: 978-0-470-88952-7
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P a g e | 2 Syllabus Last Updated 2/27/2017 Foundation Website Creation With CSS, XHTML, and JavaScript Lane, Jonathan; Moscovitz, Meitar; Lewis, Joseph R. Friends of ED 2008 ISBN: 978-1-430-20991-1 Instructor Availability and Response Time Your class interaction with the instructor and your classmates will take place in Blackboard on a regular, ongoing basis. Your instructor will be actively engaged within the course throughout the week. You will normally communicate with your instructor in the weekly discussions or the General Questions forum in Blackboard so that your questions and the instructor’s answers benefit the entire class. You should feel free, however, to communicate with your instructor via SNHU email at any time, particularly when you want to discuss something of a personal or sensitive nature. Your instructor will generally provide a response within 24 hours.
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