and disk management functions using Windows Explorer including copying files and formatting diskettes; create plain text (ASCII) files using a text editor such as Notepad; copy/paste content between and within documents; send and receive e-mail, and use a browser to access the Internet. Refer to CIT100 Introduction to Computers or CIT600 Introduction to Windows for courses that address these topics. REFERENCE, RESOURCE, OR LEARNING MATERIAL TO BE USED BY STUDENT:
Class Section(s) Time & Location: Section Dates Day Time Room Z02B Sep 3 2019- Dec 9 2019 iNet Instructor: Kenneth Moore Office Hours: T/W 6:00-6:30 PM And by appointment and email Website: mooreccac.com Office Location: Boyce N427 E-Mail Address: [email protected] ccac .edu Materials and Resources: Required Text(s): Web Development and Design Foundations with XHTML ISBN: 9780133571783 or latest edition. You can try to do the course with an older edition. Required Materials: Access to the Internet; Blackboard Access: Distance Learning Questions: Select DISTANCE LEARNING from the menu. Technical Assistance: 412-237-6517 or [email protected] Tutoring: Boyce Campus Learning Center or on-line tutoring through Teaching Methods : Students will do the required reading each week. Students should do the exercises in the book (do not submit). Students should submit questions about the materials to the instructor via email. There will be weekly assignments and quizzes. Evaluation Plan: 50% of your final course grade will be determined by quizzes as follows: A: 100%-90% B: 89%-80% C: 79%-70% D: 69%-60% 50% of your final grade will be determined by homework which will usually be uploaded to your website. Computer Lab: Students can use computer labs at any CCAC campus or center for purposes of completing homework assignments and accessing Blackboard and other related Web materials over the Internet. A photo ID is required to enter the Computer Lab. Students must follow posted guidelines regarding computer use. Computer Lab hours are posted each semester for each campus and center. Please consult these postings if planning on using the computer lab. Students are required to sign in when using a computer lab. Other Policies and Procedures: SOFTWARE: A browser and plain text editor. PREPARATION TIME: To succeed in this class, you must schedule time for reading, Internet use, and for practice and lessons on a computer. The general rule of thumb is that a 3 credit class requires approximately 108 hours of work and preparation (depending on an individual student’s abilities and knowledge of the material).
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