Course: GRA 2143C
Credit Hours: 3
Instructor: Walter Wimberly
Prerequisite: GRA 2144C, Web Publishing
Web Publishing II will build on the basics of HTML that we learned in the introductory course. This class will cover interactive web designs through scripting languages, advanced use of the Dreamweaver 8 application, integrating media into your site, and developing a site to match a wider audience.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 Hands-On Training
Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Photoshop
Class Participation………………. 10%
The following numerical values will be used to grade all exams, projects, assignments, and extra credit work:
A = 90-100
B = 80-89
C = 70-79
D = 60-69
F = 59 and below
Instructor lectures and demonstrates techniques. Students perform hands-on classroom assignments and technique experimentation. Students will also have to complete assignments outside classroom. The student will go through classroom & individual critiques of projects. The library and other resource references may be used as needed.
Course Exit Objectives
At the end of the course, the student should be able to:
- Use the basic tag structure of XHTML
- Use intermediate CSS features and functionality correctly
- Be able to identify what causes a site to look professional
- Be able to design a website’s linking structure
- Be able to properly create Accessible websites
- Be able to properly use a Dreamweaver site definitions
- Be able to properly create and use templates within Dreamweaver
- Be able to create HTML forms
- Be able to use good file management skills
Attendance is taken at every class session. Students who are able to attend classes on a regular basis will perform better than those who miss, so it is in your best interest to attend classes to be able to take full advantage of classroom discussion, peer reviews/critiques, and other learning opportunities.
Students who will be absent for a valid reason should notify the instructor in advance. If a class project is due during that period of absence, the student should clear the absence with the instructor in advance and make the necessary arrangements to submit work missed, if allowed by the make up policy.
Make Up Policy:
Assignments are due at the beginning of class. Late assignments may be subjected to a late penalty of 10% per week late. Assignments more than three (3) weeks late, cannot be made up. All assignments must be in by the end of the term, unless a special circumstance is granted to the student before the final grades are turned in. Some assignments, like in-class assignments, will not be able to be made up.
Follows the forms of: Cheating (using unauthorized notes, study aids, or information for an examination; altering a graded work after it has been returned, then submitting the work for regrading; allowing another person to do one’s work and submitting that work under one’s own name; submitting identical or similar papers for credit in more than one course without prior permission from the course instructors), Plagiarism (submitting material that in part or whole is not entirely one’s own work without attributing those same portions to their correct source), Fabrication (falsifying or inventing any information, data or citation; ), Obtaining an Unfair Advantage, or Aiding and Abetting Academic Dishonesty. (Obtained from Northwestern University – http://www.northwestern.edu/uacc/defines.html)
Any action, or inaction, which would allow for any of the previous to occur, will result in the student(s) failing the assignment. Additional, school administration will be notified about the incident, and the school’s rules in regards to academic dishonesty may be enacted.
Please be mindful of your fellow students and instructor. Routinely being late, not turning in projects, participating in class, etc. is rude to both the instructor and your fellow students. Failure to exercise common professional courtesy may result in you not receiving some, or all, of a day’s in-class assignment grade.
Peer reviews of a project should include constructive criticism of your peer’s work. Remarks deemed to be hurtful, or inconsiderate, may result in a penalty toward the one who makes them.
Cell Phones should be set to vibrate, and should not be answered during class, unless of known extreme circumstances. Please wait until breaks to return/answer phone calls.