Maricopa Community Colleges  CIS233DA   19966-19996 
Official Course Description:   MCCCD Approval:  04/23/96  
CIS233DA     19966-19996 L+L 3 Credit(s) 4 Period(s)
The Internet Web Publishing
Design and creation of presentations on the Internet's World Wide Web with the Web's hypertext markup language (HTML). Hands-on experience authoring HTML and preparing web documents. Covers emerging issues in Web publishing. Prerequisites: BPC/CIS133BA or permission of instructor.
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MCCCD Official Course Competencies:
CIS233DA   19966-19996 The Internet Web Publishing
1. Define the World Wide Web. (I)
2. Identify common uses of the World Wide Web. (I)
3. Define the concepts of client/server, hypertext, and hypermedia as they relate to the World Wide Web. (I)
4. Describe common approaches to planning hypermedia presentations. (II)
5. Identify and use popular hypertext markup language (HTML) tags or other authoring languages. (III)
6. Identify and use common methods of including multimedia in World Wide Web presentations. (IV)
7. Explain the use of popular HTML development tools. (V)
8. Identify and use advanced hypertext markup language features. (VI)
9. Identify and use common gateway scripts and server side includes in World Wide Web presentations. (VII)
10. Describe how forms and image maps can be used in World Wide Web presentations. (VII)
11. Prepare multimedia data for use in World Wide Web presentations. (VIII)
12. Explain the issues involved in digitizing multimedia. (VIII)
13. Describe the duties of a webmaster. (IX)
14. Identify the options for creating navigation aids for a web site. (X)
15. Identify common uses of data indexing and searching on a web site. (X)
16. Explain the issues involved in Web security and access control. (XI)
17. Identify and explain current issues in Web publishing. (XII)
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MCCCD Official Course Outline:
CIS233DA   19966-19996 The Internet Web Publishing
    I. The World Wide Web
        A. History and Description
        B. Client/server concepts
        C. Hypertext and hypermedia concepts
        D. Browser client options
      II. Planning Hypermedia Presentations
          A. Storyboarding
          B. Organizational strategies
        III. Introduction to Authoring Languages or Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
            A. Basic document formatting
            B. Lists
            C. Styles
            D. Links
            E. Uniform Resources Locators (URLs)
            F. Miscellaneous tags
          IV. Using Multimedia in Presentations
              A. Images
              B. Other media
            V. Development Tools
                A. Tag editors
                B. What You See is What You Get (WYSIWYG) editors
                C. Converters
                D. Other tools
              VI. Advanced HTML
                  A. Tables
                  B. Forms
                  C. Image maps
                  D. Math
                  E. Other HTML extensions
                VII. Common Gateway Interface Scripts and Server Side Includes
                    A. Uses of scripts and includes
                    B. Commonly used scripts
                    C. Scripting language options
                    D. Commonly used server side includes
                  VIII. Preparing Multimedia for Use in Presentations
                      A. Sound formats
                      B. Picture formats
                      C. Video formats
                      D. Digitizing media
                    IX. Web Site Management
                        A. Types of web servers
                        B. Server set up
                        C. Log files and usage statistics
                      X. Advanced Design Considerations
                          A. Navigation aids
                          B. Data indexing and searching
                          C. Specifying data types
                        XI. Web Security and Access Control
                            A. Common security problems
                            B. Types of access control
                            C. Authentication
                          XII. Current Issues in Web Publishing
                              A. Trends
                              B. Standards
                              C. Issues
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