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                               FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                    COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE



COURSE NUMBER:                                     CGS 2820

COURSE TITLE:                                      Web Site Design and Development

PREREQUISITE(S):                                   COP 2822

COREQUISITE(S):                                    None

CREDIT HOURS:                                      4

CONTACT HOURS/WEEK:                                4

CONTACT HOUR BREAKDOWN:

       Lecture/Discussion:                         3

       Laboratory:                                 1

       Other ____________:

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                           4

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE
ALLOCATION:                                        27

CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed as a first course for Webmasters, Web directors and Web developers. The Internet and
the World Wide Web are introduced and explored. Web site design and development tools will be discussed or
demonstrated. Hands-on activities in this course include Web site design, Web site development, Web site
publishing, Web site management, and Web site security using current industry standard software.

SOFTWARE REQUIRED FOR
TEACHING THIS COURSE:                              Microsoft’s Expression Web, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe
                                                   Photoshop Software

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                                 Yale Style Guide, (2000) Lynch. Yale Press

                                                   Principles of Web Design: The Web Technologies Series—
                                                   Joel Sklar
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SUGGESTED TEXT(S): (Continued)   Course Web Design (2001)

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:             August, 1999

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:     Fall Term, 2003 (20041)
                                 Fall Term, 2008 (20091) – Outline Review 2007
                                 Fall Term, 2011 (20121) – Proposal 2011-51
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COURSE TOPICS                                           CONTACT HOURS
                                                        __PER TOPIC__

 I.    The Internet                                          3
       A. History
       B. Growth
       C. History
       D. Popular Browsers
       E. Developer Sites
       F. Tutorial Sites

 II.   Web Site Design                                       3
       A. Client-Centered/Collaborative Design
       B. Top Level Design
       C. Storyboarding/Detailed Design
       D. Site Architecture
       E. Layout Colors, Color Theory
       F. Typeface Selection, Fonts

III.   Design/Development Tools & Strategies                 3
       A. Copyright Issues
       B. Dream Weaver, Flash, Fireworks, Image Ready
       C. Image Editing Software
       D. Image hardware
       E. HTML Editors & Text Editors

 IV.   HTML Editors                                          3
       A. Features
       B. Installation
       C. Developing With Templates
       D. Modifying HTML Code

 V.    Graphics & Multimedia Objects                         3
       A. File Formats
       B. Graphics and Backgrounds
       C. Graphics for Photo Enhancement
       D. Embedding Multimedia Objects

 VI.   Styles                                                3
       A. Cascading Style Sheets
       B. Alignment and Formatting
       C. Bulleted and Numbered Lists
       D. Advanced Styles
       E. Usability Guidelines

VII.   Hypoerlinks/Hotspots/Imagemaps                        3
       A. Navigation Strategies
       B. Internal and External Links
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COURSE TOPICS (CONTINUED)                            CONTACT HOURS
                                                     __PER TOPIC__

       C. Linking to Other Internet Services
       D. Imagemaps

VIII. Integration with MS Office - Attaching HTML
      Documents form MS Office Products Displaying
      MS Office Documents                                 3

 IX.   Tables                                             3
       A. Tables for Displaying Data
       B. Tables of Links
       C. Tables of Multimedia Objects
       D. Borderless Tables for Design

 X.    Forms                                              3
       A. Form Controls and Objects
       B. CGI Scripts
       C. Order Forms
       D. Database Forms

 XI.   Table Layout                                       3
       A. Nesting
       B. Table Design
       C. Table Control

XII. Frames                                               3
     A. Building Frame Pages
     B. Creating Index Pages
     C. Frame Targeting

XIII. Publishing to the Web/FTP                           3
      A. Testing Sites With the FrontPage
         Personal Web Server
      B. Transferring FrontPage Files to
         Internet Service Providers
      C. File Transfer Protocol Client Software

XIV. Site Management and Security                         3
     A. Site-Management Tools for Dynamic Sites
     B. Encryption
     C. Assigned Web Access Rights
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COURSE TOPICS (CONTINUED)                                       CONTACT HOURS
                                                                __PER TOPIC__

XV. Web Site Development and Management - (15 hours
    of Web site development and management projects
    will be included throughout this course using Dreamweaver
    & FrontPage software and PhotoShop Pro software.
    Suggested projects include a biography page,
    business site, site with tables and order form,
    frame site, and multimedia site)                                 15
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PROGRAM TITLE:                                        Computer Information Systems Analysis

COURSE TITLE:                                         Web Site Design and Development

CIP NUMBER:                                           0507.030600

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:

   NUMBER(S):           TITLES(S):

01.0   PERFORM MATH COMPUTATIONS -- The student will be able to:

       01.12   Solve problems involving capacity.

04.0   PERFORM COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES -- The student will be able to:

       04.02 Prepare, outline, and deliver a short oral presentation.
       04.03 Participate in group discussion as a member and as a leader.
       04.04 Obtain appropriate information from graphics, maps, or signs.
       04.05 Locate and record information retrieved from written resources including current business
             periodicals.
       04.08 Prepare visual material to support an oral presentation.
       04.09 Compose reports, program documentation, and other appropriate materials.
       04.10 Communicate orally with personnel of various backgrounds and technical skills.

08.0   DEVELOP LEADERSHIP SKILLS -- The student will be able to:

       08.01 Prepare an agenda.
       08.03 Greet and introduce individuals.
       08.04 Demonstrate self-motivation and responsibility to complete an assigned task.

10.0   PERFORM DECISION MAKING ACTIVITIES -- The student will be able to:

       10.01   List the steps in problem solving.
       10.02   Demonstrate the ability to determine the proper priority of work.

11.0   PERFORM COMPUTER MATH COMPUTATIONS -- The student will be able to:

       11.01   Demonstrate knowledge of computer systems.
       11.02   Demonstrate knowledge of computer arithmetic: logic/truth tables.

12.0   PERFORM DATA FILE ACTIVITIES -- The student will be able to:

       12.01   Select the most efficient method of file organization for a given situation.
       12.02   Identify security procedures to maintain integrity of files.
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LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (CONTINUED)

   NUMBER(S):          TITLES(S):

13.0   PERFORM FUNDAMENTAL COMPUTER PROGRAMMING ACTIVITIES -- The student will be able to:

       13.01   Demonstrate a knowledge of computer concepts and terminology.
       13.03   Identify tasks adaptable to computer solutions.
       13.05   Identify the major steps in program analysis, development and implementation.
       13.06   Develop documentation giving program specifications.
       13.08   Utilize an appropriate programming language to code the program solution.
       13.10   Test, debug and modify documentation and/or programs.
       13.13   Utilize standard utility packages.
       13.14   Write a program that produces a formatted report.

14.0   PERFORM COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS ACTIVITIES -- The student will be able to:

       14.01   Prepare appropriate systems and analysis charts and other visual aids.
       14.03   Identify the type of software package most appropriate to the solution of a problem.
       14.06   Identify the most appropriate software package and perform database/filing activities.
       14.08   Identify the most appropriate software package and perform integrated software activities.
       14.09   Identify the most appropriate software package and perform data communications activities.
       14.13   Identify situations where software packages and/or hardware need to be integrated with
               software/hardware available on other types of computers.
       14.14   Write specialized application routines utilizing macros, database programming, and command files.
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Section 1
                                                                    SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC): 4
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: CGS 2820
                                                                    CONTACT HOURS (NCC):
COURSE TITLE: Web Site Design and Development

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
       AA Elective                      AS Required Professional Course                    College Prep
       AS Professional Elective         AAS Required Professional Course                  Technical Certificate
       Other                            PSAV                                               Apprenticeship
       General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
        Communications           Social & Behavioral Sciences                              Mathematics
        Natural Sciences         Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
    Reading          Speaking     Critical Analysis           Quantitative Skills     Scientific Method of Inquiry
    Writing          Listening    Information Literacy        Ethical Judgment        Working Collaboratively

Section 5
              LEARNING OUTCOMES                                         METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
      Demonstrate knowledge of computer
   1                                                         Testing
      concepts and terminology.
      Identify tasks adaptable to computer
   2                                                         Testing
      solutions.
      Identify the major steps in program analysis,
   3                                                         Testing
      development and implementation.
      Develop documentation giving program
   4                                                         Testing
      specifications.
      Utilize an appropriate programming language
   5                                                         Testing
      to code the program solution.
      Test, debug and modify documentation and/or
   6                                                         Testing
      programs.
   7 Utilize standard Design programs.                       Project/Portfolio
      Write a program that produces a formatted
   8                                                         Testing
      report.
Section 6
Name of Person Completing This Form: Sebena Masline                           Date: 4/12/2011

				
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