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CIM278A Dreamweaver Syllabus

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SADDLEBACK COLLEGE

BUSINESS SCIENCE DIVISION
COURSE SYLLABUS
                           CIM 278A– Web Development: Dreamweaver -- Beginning
6/17/2013 - 7/28/2013 - Refer to Blackboard Quizzes for Final Due Dates

Instructor: Professor  Tom DeDonno   Semester Summer2013
E-mail:  tdedonno@juno.com    Ticket No: 14270
Web-site: http://saddleback.edu/faculty/tdedonno   Office Hours - Time & Day: Online
Class Web-site http://saddleback.edu/faculty/tdedonno/cim278a    Room BGS 245

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
An introduction to creating, publishing and testing documents on a Web server. Course will cover Internet concepts, Web site management, linking, FTP, basic HTML, typography, tables, page layout, tracing elements, layers, and frames. Requires no previous Web development experience. A combination of CIM 278A and 278B may be taken a total of four times.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

1. Compare and contrast basic Internet and Intranet concepts.
2. Identify static and dynamic HTML elements used in the construction of  Web pages.
3. Format HTML documents using HTML tags within authoring tools.
4. Embed graphic formats of GIF, JPEG, PNG, and MPNG.
5. Describe typography concepts.
6. Describe a variety of page layout features

Required Textbook:

Current Version: Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 Revealed, rent online PDF Version - Data files availabe in the IMC Lab (BGS 248) 1st Edition. Sherry Bishop, ISBN-10 1133693202, © 2012

Previous Version: Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 Revealed, - buy Online PDF Version, - Data files availabe in the IMC Lab (BGS 248) 1st Edition. Sherry Bishop, ISBN-10 1111130663, © 2011

Previous Ediition: Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 Revealed, 1st Edition. Sherry Bishop, ISBN-10 1435441923, © 2010

Storage:  Invest in a USB Pen Drive (4GB-32GB) Hot Pen Drive Pricing - Microcenter has best pricing in Orange County

Course Grading:

Reading assignments, homework and/or lab assignments are required each week. We will have two hands-on tests, the final is the last hands-on test. All students must forward Saddleback E-mail to a frequently used account, When sending me e-mails, make sure you include cim278a or dreamweaver  in the subject line. For questionnaire you must respond to the automated link sent to the e-mail address entered in the CIM database.

 

The course grade will be calculated from:

Percentage

Grade

Grade Evaluation

 

92-100

A

30%

Two  Tests

84-91.9

B

30%

Seven Assignments h0..h6 & Questionnaire

65-83.9

C

30%

Blackboard Quizzes

55-64.9

D

10%

Signing Up

0-54.9

F

 

 


DROPPING THE CLASS/ATTENDANCE:

It is the student's responsibility to officially withdraw (drop) from the class. However, Instructor may drop students under the following conditions:
1.     Students who have not completed the first three assignments (Prebook1, PreBook2 and Intro) by ., two days before the drop without W grade.
2.     Students who have not completed at least 50% of the work (i.e., 5 assignments – 1 test)  by two days before the drop with W grade.

REGRADING POLICY:
Sometimes you get a grade that you don't like, usually for one of the following reasons:

1.  There was a clerical error  (i.e., the points were added up wrong).
2.  You think you did something right, and I think you did it wrong.

If you discover a clerical error, tell me immediately. The following Statute of Limitations will apply: You have one week from the day any graded assignment or test is returned to you to appeal the grade you received. After one week, I will assume that you believe the grade you got is the correct one. After one week, grades are unchangeable, fixed, and permanent.

Students with disabilities are entitled to appropriate accommodations.  If you have specific disabilities requiring accommodations, let your instructor know the first 10 days of the semester so that your learning needs may be met and for referral to the Special Services office where documentation of your disability will be provided to receive services and accommodations.  The Special Services Office is in Student Services Center, Room 113.

Student Services - General student service information is available at the Saddleback College Website. General, academic and service information can be obtained by accessing the Counseling Division and Financial Web sites. Individual and small group counseling information such as academic planning and review of transcripts is available by appointment. All other student services are available on campus during normal business hours.

Any exceptions to the above statements will be considered individually & only if you approach me about the proposed exception at least a week in advance.

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