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cis 44 syllabus - Internet Developer CIS44 Professor...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Internet Developer - CIS44 Professor: Priscilla Grocer Office: K-112 Phone: 508-678-2811 ext. 2403 email: [email protected] Course Description: The course emphasizes the technical design, development and implementation of effective Web sites, and students learn Course Objectives: The objective of this course is to help the student become an effective Internet developer. The student will learn to naviga learn to use the Web effectively as a resource in a variety of areas learn to effectively locate information of the Web using a variety of tools learn to work with the basics of hardware and software to navigate and store effectively learn to download information from the Web and store it effectively learn to create an online website and upload to it effectively learn to consider accessibility, ethics, cultural and global considerations when creating a web site learn to work with other Internet resources learn to create effective Web pages learn the many steps involved in making a Web page work learn effective design techniques learn to create Web pages using a variety of tools learn the XHTML language learn the HTML language learn advanced HTML and XHTML learn to create and maintain Web pages learn to work with cascading style sheets (CSS) learn to work with JavaScript embedded in the HTML learn to use software applications involving effective web development Course outline for code: These are the coding topics to be covered. The order will be different to accommodate technical needs and to give stude XHTML, HTML and Web pages Basics of XHTML and HTML More advanced use of XHTML and HTML Browser differences Installing a Web page Maintaining a Web page Cascading Style Sheets Using with XHTML Using with HTML Java Script Learning basic JavaScript Integrating script code Course outline for general topics: These are the topics to be covered. The order will be different to accommodate technical needs and to give students time Web tools using e-mail and attachments other Internet tools Searching and researching
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Sheet1 Page 2 Directories Advanced search strategies for search engines Web site Why do you need a Web site
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