Maricopa Community Colleges  BPC133DA   19986-20032 
Official Course Description: MCCCD Approval: 05/26/98
BPC133DA 19986-20032 L+L 3 Credit(s) 4 Period(s)
The Internet/World Wide Web
Overview of the Internet/WWW and its resources. Hands-on experience with various Internet/WWW communication, resource discovery, and information retrieval tools. Web page development also included. Prerequisites: None.
Cross-References: CIS133DA
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MCCCD Official Course Competencies:
BPC133DA   19986-20032 The Internet/World Wide Web
1. Define the Internet/WWW. (I)
2. Identify common uses of the Internet/WWW. (I)
3. Explain the concepts of culture, ethics, and privacy as they relate to the Internet/WWW. (I)
4. Describe procedures and requirements for connecting to the Internet/WWW. (II)
5. Identify and use proper asynchronous and synchronous communication services available on the Internet/WWW. (III, IV)
6. Analyze and evaluate various resource discovery systems available on the Internet/WWW. (V)
7. Use popular resource discovery systems available on the Internet/WWW. (V)
8. Perform information search and retrieval operations using Internet/WWW services. (VI)
9. Analyze and evaluate effective and non-effective Web pages. (VII)
10. Create a basic home page sheet. (VIII)
11. Enhance a basic home page sheet. (VIII)
12. Control input with Web pages. (IX)
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MCCCD Official Course Outline:
BPC133DA   19986-99999 The Internet/World Wide Web
    I. Internet/WWW Philosophy, Culture, and Norms
        A. Definition of the Internet/WWW
        B. Uses of the Internet/WWW
        C. Ethics and codes of conduct
        D. Privacy issues
      II. Connecting to the Internet/WWW III Asynchronous Internet/WWW Communication Services
          A. Electronic mail programs
          B. Electronic mail addressing conventions
          C. Mailing List IV Synchronous Internet/WWW Communication Services
          A. On-line person-to-person chat systems
          B. On-line multi-party chat systems V Internet/WWW Resource Discovery Systems
          A. Menu systems
          B. Hypertext systems
          C. Library systems
        VI. Access to Internet/WWW Data Archives
            A. Plan research
            B. Conduct research
            C. Report results
            D. Evaluate results
          VII. Web Page Analysis
              A. Effective sites
              B. Non-effective sites
              C. Strategies for Web page development
            VIII. Home pages
                A. Basic HTML codes
                B. Enhancement codes
                  1. Formatting
                  2. Linking
                  3. Graphics
              IX. Input Control
                  A. Forms
                  B. Tables
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