CIT125-Z02B-19FA-Moore .docx - COURSE OUTLINE Instructor Kenneth Lee Moore Semester\/Session Fall 2019 COURSE NUMBER CIT125 COURSE TITLE Web Development

CIT125-Z02B-19FA-Moore .docx - COURSE OUTLINE Instructor...

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COURSE OUTLINE Instructor: Kenneth Lee Moore Semester/Session: Fall 2019 COURSE NUMBER: CIT125 COURSE TITLE: Web Development CREDITS: 3 PREREQUISITES: Basic skills using a personal computer and operating system; high school Algebra . COREQUISITES : None . CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course focuses on developing skills necessary to design, create, and enhance Web pages for personal and business use. Students will acquire hands-on experience in creating and publishing Web pages that include text, hyperlinks, images, tables, frames, forms, sound, and video. Topics include: Cascading Style Sheets, JavaScript, XML, Graphics and other web media, and Web site development using a web authoring tool. LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon successful completion of the course, the student will: 1. Describe the evolution of the Internet and the World Wide Web and outline the client/server model. 2. Explain Internet protocols, URLs, and domain names. 3. Employ markup tags to create Web pages containing text, lists, hyperlinks, images, tables, forms, and frames. 4. Create and use Cascading Style Sheets in writing example Web pages. 5. Create and use basic JavaScript to illustrate web page interactivity. 6. Describe server-side technologies such as CGI, and ASP which are used to develop web page interactivity. 7. Describe the different types of available web media used to create Web pages and write example Web pages using available web media. 8. Explain and put into action recommended guidelines for web site design, organization and development in the creation of a web site. 9. Use a web authoring tool to create web pages and develop a web site. 10. Create and use XML to create simple XML documents . LISTED TOPICS: 1. Network overview and the client/server model 2. Internet history and ethical use of information 3. Internet standards, protocols, URLs, and domain names 4. Basic markup language tags 5. Enhancing Web pages with color, images and text formatting 6. Creating tables, frames, and forms 7. Creating Cascading Style Sheets 8. Developing a web site using a WYSIWYG authoring tool 9. Developing web page interactivity using JavaScript, CGI, and ASP 10. Introduction to XML 11. Using a graphics editor Note: It is assumed that students have basic computer skills which should include using the Windows operating system, mouse and keyboard to control window components, desktop icons and dialog boxes; run concurrent applications, use the task-bar to switch between applications; perform file
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