SYLLABUS - CIT 302 Syllabus First Bi-term Course(8 weeks...

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CIT 302 Syllabus Dr. Ray J. Blankenship ©2008 CIT 302 Syllabus First Bi-term Course (8 weeks) COURSE NUMBER & TITLE: CIT 302 Web Development , Web Delivered Online Courses can be accessed from the following URL: PROFESSOR: Dr. Ray Blankenship PHONE #: (270) 745-5952 OFFICE NUMBER: Grise 221 EMAIL ADDRESS: [email protected] OFFICE HOURS: Any time via email, Phone Hours – 9:30-11. M-Thursday Emails will be answered within 24 hours during the week and within 36 hours during the weekend. TEXT INFORMATION: Required Text: Creating Web Pages with HTML, XHTML, and XML 2 nd Ed., Patrick Carey, 2006, Course Technology, ISBN: 0619268018 Students are required to have their own book. Computer Software Requirements : Microsoft Internet Explorer (6.0 or higher) Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP Professional ( or higher) You will also need 2-3, 3.5" disks for assignments and backups. Some form of USB storage device is recommended. Computer: Pentium based computer – Other Hardware: Stereo headphones with a microphone You should also have some form of back-up media for your homework and projects. A USB drive with at least 128 MB of storage is recommended. COURSE DESCRIPTION; Credits; *Prerequisites: Introductory course in web design and development. Provides students with strategies and skills to plan and develop commercial web sites Prerequisite : Admissions to the CIT Program. Course Objectives Understand the syntax for HTML 4.01 Understand the notation for creating a valid XHTML document Understand how to create and share data in an XML format Be able to create valid XML documents Be able to create web pages and web sites Be able to create and use Cascading Style Sheets Create web forms for capturing data from the WEB
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CIT 302 Syllabus Dr. Ray J. Blankenship ©2008 EVALUATION/MEASUREMENT/ASSESSMENT OF LEARNER OUTCOMES: Grading Scale : The course follows a standard 10-point scale (C = 70.0 to 79.999%; B = 80.0 to 89.999%; A >= 90.0 %). Midterm Exam 20 % Quizzes (3) 10 % On-line Discussion 10 % Lab Exercises / Assignments 30 % Final Comprehensive Exam 30% GRADING POLICY: Exams: Exams will be administered on-line. Failure to take the midterm exam during the defined testing
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  • Spring '08
  • blankenship
  • World Wide Web, XHTML, Dr. Ray J. Blankenship, Ray J. Blankenship