Docstoc

Author

Document Sample
Author Powered By Docstoc
					                                                              Mt. San Jacinto College
            Page 1 of 5                                 Integrated Course Outline of Record                                                Form B

Submitted by:                      Rhonda Goetz                                                                            Date:         10/17/08
                                                                      Subject             Course
     Discipline                         Department                   (select from this
    (select from this list)              (select from this list)           list)         Number                        Title
Multimedia                           MUL                             MUL                 218                 Dynamic Web Design




History – M                          HIST                            HIST                151                 History and Appreciation of Dance
Dance – M

                                     DAN                             DAN                 100                 History and Appreciation of Dance



Course Number:           a) 001-069 Non-Degree credit, b) 070 and higher: Degree credit, c) 070-079 are intended for students with learning
                         disabilities, d) 100 or higher: Transfer credit (please click here for the transfer form).

Title:                   If this course is having a subject or number change, the course author must include after the Course Title (formerly
                         {Subj}{Course Number}) i.e. Technology in the Classroom (formerly CDE 160).

Units/Hours:
         Each lecture unit requires 1 hour per week of class time, and 2 hours per week of study outside of class.
         Each laboratory unit requires 3 hours per week of class time.



Lecture                            Lab
                                                                   Lecture Units                        Lab Units                         Total Units
Units/Hours
1 unit – 16-18
                                   Units/Hours
                                   1 unit – 48-54
                                                                         3                   +                                   =             3
2 units – 32-36                    2 units – 96-108                Lecture Hours                       Lab Hours                          Total Hours
3 units – 48-54                    3 units – 144-162
4 units – 64-72
5 units – 80-90
                                   4 units – 192-216
                                   5 units – 240-270
                                                                       48-54                 +                                   =             48-54

AA/AS Degree General Ed Breadth Area(s):
If this course is appropriately placed on the General Ed pattern, please select one or more areas from this list.

Maximum                                                                                     Credit/No-                                    Yes or No
Enrollment:                    24         Enter number
                                                                                            Credit ALLOW                 YES              (usually Yes)
Credit/No-                                Yes or No                                         TOP code                                     (click here for TOP
Credit ONLY                   YES         (usually No)                                      (choose only 1)
                                                                                                                      0614.30            code website)


Can                           time(s) for credit (max 4)                                (More detailed information on course repeatability can be found here).

be                 1          (If more than 1, justify with one of the following)
                              Because the course content differs each time it is offered …
taken                                     … and the student who repeats it is gaining an expanded educational experience because skills and proficiencies are
                                          enhanced by supervised repetition and practice within class periods
                                          … and the student who repeats it is gaining an expanded educational experience because active participatory
                                          experience in individual study or group assignments is the basic means by which learning objectives are
                                          obtained.




Catalog Description: (Please do not refer to transferability or degree, certificate, or employment concentration applicability.
Please only describe the course). (75 words or less in gray box below).
This course provides students with advanced web authoring skills for designing, building and
managing dynamic web sites. These skills include Web 2.0, ecommerce, and social
                                                    Mt. San Jacinto College
            Page 2 of 5                       Integrated Course Outline of Record                                           Form B

networking design, search engine optimization techniques and usability studies. In addition,
students will modify templates, apply CSS, install interactive modules and components within
a website, and explore and apply electronic marketing principles and theories.
          To count words, select only the words within the catalog description, then go to Tools, and to Word Count. Careful! If you
          select the entire box that the words are within, it won’t give an accurate count.
Schedule Description: (Please do not refer to transferability or degree, certificate, or employment concentration applicability.
Please only describe the course). (25 words or less in gray box below).
Using advanced web authoring tools, students will design and build dynamic web
sites including Web 2.0, ecommerce and social networking, search engine
optimization and electronic marketing.
To count words, select only the words within the catalog description, then go to Tools, and to Word Count. Careful! If you select the entire
box that the words are within, it won’t give an accurate count.
Need for the course: (For more information on demonstrating need, click here)
    This is a required course in the Multimedia Web Design Employment
      Concentration.
    This course can function as a stand-alone course supplemental to the
      Multimedia departments Web Design Employment Concentration and the CIS
      departments Internet Authoring certificate as well.
    The technology skills provided in this course meet the growing demand for
      Web 2.0 Content Management Systems that provide the interface for most
      interactive sites today and security mechanism for online purchasing through
      ecommerce systems: an industry that exceeded $170 billion in sales in 2007.
Prerequisite(s): (For more information, click here)
Prerequisites go through a separate approval process. See Forms E1-E4 for details.
None.
Corequisite(s):
Corequisites go through a separate approval process. See Forms E1-E4 for details.
None.
Recommended Preparation:
Recommended Preparation goes through a separate approval process. See Forms E1-E4 for details.
MUL 112 (with a grade of C or better)
Other Enrollment Criteria:
None.
Learning Objectives: (please number each objective and express in behavioral terms)
Upon the completion of the course the student will be able to do the following:
     1.     Evaluate the form and function of databases in ecommerce.
     2.     Compare and contrast static and dynamically designed websites
     3.     Design, modify, and apply templates, extensions and plugins to dynamic websites.
     4.     Install and populate an ecommerce shopping cart with products and product attributes and options.
     5.     Evaluate and apply techniques that create improved search engine ranking.
     6.     Identify and mitigate dynamic website security issues.
     7.     Evaluate and apply usability concepts as it applies to current design standards.

Course Content:                (please number the outline of main topics and subtopics)
Database
   1. Form and function in ecommerce websites
   2. Query function in a shopping cart

Dynamic Design
   1. Advantages
          a. Flexibility
          b. Scalability
          c. Performance
   2. Disadvantages
                                      Mt. San Jacinto College
       Page 3 of 5              Integrated Course Outline of Record   Form B

         a. Technical skill level
         b. Security
   3. Appropriate Use in Web Development
   4. Content Management Systems
   5. CSS templates

Dynamic Design Framework
   1. Content Management Tools
   2. Compare and contrast content management systems
   3. Dynamic design steps

Dynamic Web Site Development
   1. Templates
          a. CSS Design
          b. Cross-browser compatibility
   2. Extending a dynamic web site
   3. Modules/Components/Plugins
          a. Text Editors
          b. Form Design
          c. Polls/Surveys
          d. Forums
          e. Blogs
          f. Podcasts
          g. Wikis

Ecommerce Design
       1. Global Considerations
       2. Electronic Commerce Models
       3. Requirements
              a. Internet Service Provider (ISP)
              b. Shopping Cart Software
              c. Secure Connections
                       i. Encryption Methods
              d. Payment Gateways
              e. Merchant Accounts
       4. Usability
       5. Shopping Carts
       6. Security
               i. SSL
              ii. Certificates
Search Engine
   1. Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
          a. Compare search engines and directories
          b. Search strategies
          c. SEO strategies and design
          d. Site maps types and implementation
          e. Google’s impact
          f. Design pitfalls that impact SEO
   2. Search Engine Submission
   3. Social networks, social media and link baiting
   4. Optimize and evaluate web sites

Accessibility
   1. WAI and W3C Requirements
   2. XHTML, CSS, and Accessibility
   3. Validation
   4. Certification Agencies and Laws
   5. Accessibility Design
   6. Usability and accessibility
                                                   Mt. San Jacinto College
           Page 4 of 5                       Integrated Course Outline of Record                                         Form B


Methods of Instruction: (please number and be reflective of a variety of learning styles)
Methods of instruction may include, but are not limited to the following:
          A. Lecture:
          Lecture complimented with the appropriate audio-visual materials including WWW Internet resources
          that illustrate conceptual and practical aspects of using industry-standard software and CMS for Web
          development and management.

          B. Guided Practice
          Guided practice will illustrate lecture principles and reading assignments, with a focus on design and
          communication elements required for homework assignments. Guided practice will include using the
          GUI-based interface for designing templates and importing extensions and plugins.

          C. Projects
          Cumulative project will demonstrate conceptual, technical and design skills taught throughout
          the course. This project requires template design, and importing of all related components,
          modules, and plugins.
Methods of Evaluation: A student's grade shall be determined by the instructor using multiple measures of performance
related to the course objectives. Methods of evaluation may include but are not limited to the following:
          A. Exams
          A midterm and a final exam composed of multiple choice, short answer questions, and Web pages
          utilizing database integration techniques to assess the students understanding of the material
          presented in class. Exams may also include hands-on production tests.

          B. Homework
          Weekly web site creation assignments to reinforce lectures and guided practice.

          C. Project
          A shopping cart installed, configured and operating live. Assessed through interactive use of the
          website based on set criteria. Project is evaluated by both the instructor and the students.

Examples of Assignments: Students will be expected to understand and critique college level texts or the equivalent.
Reading and writing, as well as out of class assignments are required. These assignments may include but are not limited to the following:
Design Critique Assignment
There are many successful ecommerce sites operating today. Amazon.com is a major player in this
arena. What does it take to build a successful ecommerce empire? Find out by reading this article:
"11 Must-Haves for Successful E-commerce", Part 1 and Part 2.

Directions:

         Find two examples of ecommerce sites. One successful and one "not so successful." Note: do
          not use ebay or amazon.com
         Examine each site according to the 11 "Must-Haves."
         Submit your evaluation of the sites. (note you may submit mini-synopses that correspond to
          each Must-Have)
         Provide a personal ecommerce experience. This may be positive or negative.
         Submit your evaluation to the discussion board and comment on at least two other student’s
          experiences.

Project:
Submit the address to your dynamic website that contains the following:

         Modified template.
         Minimum of two new menu items.
         Minimum of 2 additional extensions (your choice).
         Working Contact Form (component)
         Working Poll (component)
         Minimum of 2 content pages.
                                               Mt. San Jacinto College
            Page 5 of 5                  Integrated Course Outline of Record                                           Form B

        Minimum of 1 static content page.
        Meta tags on the content and home page.
        Google Sitemap



Textbook (s):      The required college-level textbooks may include, but are not limited to the following:
Required (1):

Author                                                               Title


Publisher                                                 ISBN                                      Publication Date
Required (2):

Author                                                               Title


Publisher                                                 ISBN                                      Publication Date
Required (3):

Author                                                               Title


Publisher                                                 ISBN                                      Publication Date
Supplemental (1):
Hagen Graf                                                           Building Websites with Joomla! 1.5
Author                                                               Title
Packt Publishing                                               978-1847195302                       March 2008
Publisher                                                 ISBN                                      Publication Date
Supplemental (2):

Author                                                               Title


Publisher                                                 ISBN                                      Publication Date
Supplemental (3):

Author                                                               Title


Publisher                                                 ISBN                                      Publication Date


MUL 218 rev APR 09

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Stats:
views:24
posted:3/18/2010
language:English
pages:5