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Semester: Spring 2013 Class Info: ITD 110-F01 Location/Room: FAC2, Room 235 Class Name: Web Page

Design Class Days/Times: MoWe 9:30am 10:45am

Instructor: Anita L Sutton Office Location 1: FAC 2, Room 223 (Daytime); Online (Evenings) Days at Location 1: MTuWTh Office Hours: In Office: Mon & Wed: 12:15 1:00pm Tues & Thurs 11:45 1:00pm Online: Monday: 8:00pm-10:30pm Wednesday: 8:00pm-10:30pm Thursday: 8:00pm-10:30pm Office Hour Notes: Office hours are conducted Online via Email or during daytime hours listed above in Room 223. Instructor E-mail: asutton@germanna.edu

Class Credits: 3

GCC E-mail Policy: Students, faculty, and staff of Germanna Community College must use GCC email for all official college communications. This includes course-related communications between students and faculty. If you need help accessing your student email account please visit the ACC on either campus. COURSE DESCRIPTION: ITD 110 Stresses a working knowledge of web site designs, construction, and management using HTML or XHTML. Course content includes headings, lists, links, images, image maps, tables, forms, and frames. (3 semester hours) Co-requisite/Prerequisite: ITE 115 TEXTBOOK AND SUPPLIES: Basics of Web Design HTML5 and CSS3, Terry Felke-Morris, AddisonWesley,ISBN: 9780137003389 FTP software Blackboard logon-id, password Internet Connection Storage Device for homework and class work Instructor and Class Web Page I. LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the course, the student will produce a webpage using the following: Web Development using HTML5, XHTML, and CSS3 Publishing Web pages to server

Use of tags to format texts Create Hypertext links using relative and absolute paths Linking within a document, to an image, to a URL, to a specific document Working with Graphics Use of Tables Working with Forms Cascading Style Sheets Publish Web page with Media and Interactivity

II. ASSIGNMENTS: The Chapter Case Study web sites and Web Project Web Site must be published (ftpd) to the students site on the class web server. The Web Project documents must be attached to the appropriate link in Blackboard. The students site name is: http://student.germanna.edu/yourlogonid. The students home page must be named: index.htm. Each student will be notified of their logon id and password. The Chapter Case Study links from the students home page must include the Chapter number. Sequence the links to the assignments according to the order they are assigned. Incomplete, unlabeled, or un-sequenced assignments/class work will NOT be graded. Late Work will be downgraded 2 letter grades for each week late. No late work will be accepted after the second late week. The Course Outline, Course Schedule, and Power Point Lectures are located in Blackboard. Power Point Lectures are posted under the Course Materials tab. Assignments are listed on the Course Schedule with due dates. Book Work is completed by following the step-by-step instructions for each chapter in the textbook. BlackBoard Button Course Outline Course Documents Grades Information Course Outline Power Point Lectures Your Grades

GRADING: (2000 total possible points) Chapter Case Work (100pts X 11 Chapters = 1100 points Semester Project: Points: Web Project Topic: 100 Web Project Analysis: 100 Web Project Site Map: 100

Web Project Page Layout: Web Project Update Mtg: Web Project Website : Web Project Presentation: FINAL Paper GRADING SCALE: A 90 - 100% B 80 - 89% C 70 - 79% D 60 - 69% F < 60% Important Dates:

100 100 200 100 100

Classes Begin Last Day to Add a Class Martin Luther King Jr. Day - No Classes Last Day to Drop with a Refund College Learning Day (No Classes) Spring Break Last Day to Withdraw Without Academic Penalty or Change to Audit Classes End Final Examinations

January 7 January 11 January 21 January 23 February 5 March 4-9 March 15 April 30 May 1-7

Attendance Policy: Class attendance is an integral part of a sound academic program for most classes at Germanna. However, alternate teaching techniques, which may not require class attendance, may also be a part of a sound academic program. Class attendance requirements are found in the course outline, which the instructor provides to students in each course. Germanna students are expected to be present and on time at all regularly scheduled classes and laboratory meetings. When a faculty member determines that a student has not met the class attendance requirements in the course outline, which will usually conform to the statement at the end of this Standard, the faculty member may submit a Drop/Add Form, showing the last date of attendance by the student, to the Admissions and Records Office. A grade of "W" will be recorded for all withdrawals, whether initiated by the student or by the faculty member through the published "Last day to withdraw without academic penalty." Students withdrawn after the withdrawal deadline will receive a grade of "F" except under mitigating circumstances, which must be documented by the student and approved by the Dean of Instruction. Please see "Withdrawing from a course" under "Registration Information" in the Academic Information section of the Germanna course catalog for additional policy information. For 8 week, short session classes, the below permitted absences are cut in half. For short session courses other than 8 week, please see your instructor for the permitted absences.

The official GCC withdrawal policy follows: Withdrawal from a course without academic penalty may be made within the first 60% of the course. The student will receive a grade of "W" for withdrawal. After that time, the student will receive a grade of "F". Exceptions to this policy may be considered under mitigating circumstances which must be documented and submitted to the appropriate Dean of Instruction for review and consideration. Please see "Important Dates" above for the last day to withdraw. (For the drop date for Short Session courses, see the link listed in "Important Dates for Short Session Courses" and use that information if applicable.) If class meeting times during the week are: 1 2 3 4 Absences permitted are: 2 4 6 8

Additional Attendance/Withdrawal Policy: The Student is responsible for making up all worked missed due to absence. Course Plan for College Closing: If the College closes for an emergency or weather related condition, view email for instructions from instructor. Class will be conducted online via Blackboard. Assignments must be turned in according to Course Schedule. Electronics (e.g. Cell Phones) /Food Classroom Policy: Students, faculty, and staff of Germanna Community College must use GCC email for all official college communications. This includes course-related communications between students and faculty. If you need help accessing your student email account please visit the ACC on either campus. Please turn off all electronic devices before entering classroom, including cell phones, mp3 players, gaming machines, handheld computer devices. Headphones/Ear buds may not be worn during class. The student may use their personal laptop instead of the Germanna Lab Desktop. Food and Drink are not permitted in the computer labs Academic Honesty: The faculty of Germanna Community College recognizes that academic honesty is an integral factor in developing and sharing knowledge. We support the concept of academic honesty, practice academic honesty in our classes, and require academic honesty from our students. GCC students are expected to maintain complete honesty and integrity in the completion and presentation of all academic assignments and examinations. Any student found guilty of cheating, plagiarism, or other dishonorable acts in academic work is subject to disciplinary action.

Academic dishonesty is cheating and stealing. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to:

Using material verbatim from a source without giving credit. Rewriting material from a source without giving credit. Using information from an Internet source without giving credit. Submitting the work of another person as your own work. Using/copying another student's computer disk. Copying from another person's paper/test/homework. Allowing someone else to copy/use your work (paper, homework, quiz, test). Violating VCCS Computer Ethics Guidelines in the pursuit of academic studies.

Disability Information: If you are a student with a disability and will need accommodations while enrolled in this course, please contact the Coordinator of Disability Services in the Counseling Center, (540-891-3019 at the Fredericksburg Area Campus or 540-423-9140 at the Locust Grove Campus). Student Academic Services: Tutoring Services Tutoring Services offers a variety of free academic support programs for Germanna students at both the Locust Grove and Fredericksburg Area campuses. Daniel Center students should contact the Locust Grove tutoring office regarding available services and Stafford Center students should contact the FAC Tutoring Services Office for available services. To schedule an individual tutoring appointment, call or visit the Locust Grove or Fredericksburg Tutoring Centers. Online tutoring is available during daytime, evening and weekend hours. Registered students may access online tutoring by clicking on the Smarthinking link from the Tutoring Services website. Supplementary academic materials are available free of charge from Tutoring Services, and they may also be downloaded from the Tutoring Services website: http://www.germanna.edu/tutor/ Tutoring Services operates a daily walk-in Writing Lab and Math Lab as well as providing a variety of study skills and academic workshops. Students may register for the Test Taking/Test Anxiety Workshop, Grammar Workshop, APA/MLA Workshop, TI83/84 Calculator Workshop, Computer Competency Workshop, Note-taking, Spanish Discussion Group, Drug Calculation Workshop, and the Basic PC Skills Mini Course by visiting or calling our offices. Several of these workshops may also be viewed online from the Online Tutoring Resources section of the Tutoring Services website: http://www.germanna.edu/tutor/resources.asp?menuchoice=Online%20Tutoring%20Resources Academic Computing Center The ACC provides computer access to students needing to work on class work, check e-mail, blackboard, etc. Students also can apply, register for classes or change classes, check grades, etc. using myGCC. Staff is available to assist students with various computer issues and services. Student can access the internet and MS Office Suite 2007, and placement testing is administered at LGC.

Testing Services Testing Services provide proctor services for make-up and distance learning tests. Test proctoring for various nursing exams, dental hygiene, exit exams and other college/university testing as well. To determine the hours of the Testing Center, go to the website http://www.germanna.edu/acc/testing_center.

I. COURSE CONTENT: The following is your schedule of work to be completed and due dates. Print a copy and refer to this schedule frequently. Course Outline: ALL WORK DUE BY 9:30am, MONDAY. Week Start: Jan 7; Due: Jan 14 Attach index.htm to blackboard. NOTE: Homepage must be named: index.htm Topic CH 1 Assignment Book Work for Chapter (Hands On Practice). Includes Creation of Basic Home Page.

Start: Jan 14; Due: Jan 21

Chapter 2

Book Work for section

NO CLASSES JAN 21: MLK Holiday Case at back of Chapter. Attach Case homepage: index.html to blackboard CH 3 No in class meeting: Jan 28. Internet Only Book Work for section Chapter Case Attach Chapter Case files: index.html and yurts.html to Bb.

Start: Jan 23; Due: Feb 4

Start: Feb 4;

CH 4

Hands On Exercise, p94-95. Attach Web Design Best Practices Checklists to Bb. Semester Project: Case Study: pages 96-

Due: Feb 11

97: Web Project Topic Due. Attach Word document to Bb.

Start: Feb 11; Due: Feb 25

CH 5 and FTP: How To In class instruction on how to FTP No in class meeting: Feb 18. Internet Only

Book Work for section Chapter Case Create a Basic Home Page named index.htm. index.htm will contain: a) Header with your name and class b) Link to Case file: index.html c) Footer with your name ftp: index.htm (your home page), index.html(case home page), yurts.html, pacific.css to your site folder on server. Semester Project: Case Study: pages 9697: Web Project Planning Analysis Sheet, attach file to Bb. Book Work for section Chapter Case ftp: ALL Case Study Files to server. See step 1 in case study for names of all files. Semester Project: Case Study: pages 9697: Web Project Site Map, attach file to Bb. Book Work for section Chapter Case ftp: ALL Case Study Files to server. See case study for names of all files. Be sure to include all html files, css files, image files, etc. Semester Project: Case Study: pages 96-

Start: Feb 25;

CH 6 Spring Break: No Classes

Due: Mar 18 March 3 9

Start: Mar 18; Due: Mar 25

CH 7

Start: Mar 25; Due: Apr 8

CH 8 No in class meeting: 4/1 & 4/3 Internet only.

97: Web Project Page Layout Design Book Work for section Chapter Case ftp: ALL Case Study Files to server. See case study for names of all files. Be sure to include all html files, css files, image files, etc. Semester Project: Case Study: pages 9697: Web Project Update Meeting Book Work for section Chapter Case ftp: ALL Case Study Files to server. See case study for names of all files. Be sure to include all html files, css files, image files, etc. Begin coding Web Project Web Site Book Work for section Chapter Case ftp: ALL Case Study Files to server. See case study for names of all files. Be sure to include all html files, css files, image files, etc. Continue coding Web Project Web Site Book Work for section Chapter Case ftp: ALL Case Study Files to server. See case study for names of all files. Be sure to include all html files, css files, image files, etc. Semester Project: Case Study: pages 9697: Finishing Touches to Web Site

Start: Apr 8; Due: Apr 15

CH 9 No in class meeting: 4/10 Internet only.

Start: Apr 15; Due: Apr 22

CH 10 No in class meeting: 4/17 Internet only.

Start: Apr 22; Due: Apr 29

CH 11 No in class meeting: 4/24 Internet only.

Monday, 4/29 FINAL

Presentations: April 29 Last Day of Class FINAL: Chapter 12

Project; ftp & test. Prepare to present. Present Published Site to Class (3-5 minutes). Run an automated accessibility test on your home page. (Pgs.: 322-323). Write a one page report that describes the results and your recommendations for improving your site. Update Home page to include a clearly marked link to Final Paper. ftp: updated home page (index.htm) and final paper. Test site to be sure Paper is in a readable format.

Wednesday, No in class meeting: 5/1 5/1. NLT, no All Work Due NLT: excuses. 5/1/12 @ 9:30am