560Syllabus - COURSE SYLLABUS IP&T 560 Development of...

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COURSE SYLLABUS Materials on Microcomputers Paul F. Merrill Brigham Young University Winter 2006
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INTRODUCTION 1. Course Instructor: Paul F. Merrill 2. Instructor's Office: 150-D MCKB 3. Instructor's Phone: 422-7072 4. Instructor’s E-mail paul_merrill@byu.edu 5. Instructor's Office Hours: 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm MW 6. Class Meeting Time and Room: MW 9:00 – 10:15 a.m. 359 MCKB 7. Purpose of the Course: The purpose of this course is to enable you to design, develop, debug, and document sophisticated Computer-Based Education (CBE) or eLearning application programs on microcomputers. 8. Prerequisites: a. CS 100. Ability to program in at least one high-level programming language such as Java, Pascal, C, FORTRAN, or Visual BASIC would be very helpful. b. This course was developed based on the assumption that students have had minimal prior experience with computers and programming. Students may proceed at their own pace using this syllabus as a guide, or they may propose alternate activities to demonstrate competence. 9. Course Activities and Assignments: During this course, you will be required to learn how to use various WWW tools such as XHTML, JavaScript, Flash, CSS and DHTML to produce several types of eLearning application programs that can be delivered over the Web. 10. Scheduling of Microcomputers: In order to complete the course assignments, you may use your own computer or a Macintosh or Windows microcomputer located in 150 MCKB. Be courteous to other students and do not monopolize the use of the computers. Copies of the tools used in the course will be available in the labs and on the campus network. 2
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11. Exams: There will be no formal written exams for the course. During the Final Exam period, Monday, 24 April from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., you should be prepared to demonstrate your completed Unit 7 and Unit 8 assignments. 12. Grading Procedures: Your grade will be based on the quality of your eLearning application programs written for the course. 13. How to Use This Course Syllabus: This syllabus has been prepared to help you in meeting the goals of the course. The syllabus has been divided into units. The outline for each unit describes the purpose of the unit, the learning activities for the unit, and the unit assignments. The learning activities are not required, but are highly recommended. If you feel that other activities would be more valuable, feel free to use them. The items listed under the assignments section should be handed into the instructor for
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560Syllabus - COURSE SYLLABUS IP&T 560 Development of...

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