About CS 008 A
Provides a strong foundation in HTML, CSS, images, beginning web programming, and web design so that the student can create a complete functional web site in a team based final project.
Open to Degree and PACE students This course is taught in Brightspace, please see expanded section description for more information
NOTE: This course is part of a pilot program that will be using Brightspace, UVM's new learning platform that's replacing Blackboard in Fall 2023. Since only a limited number of courses will be piloting Brightspace this coming semester, you are still likely to have courses in Blackboard as well. For more information on Brightspace: go.uvm.edu/brightspace-pilot Introduction to WWW design is a great course to take. We will learn about how to make a web by understanding the underlying structure that all web sites are built from. We will also discover computer programing as we work on making a web form that not only validates and saves the information to a mySQL database but also emails a copy to the person filling the form out.
You can expect to work on the computer several hours each day (the actual amount of time will vary from person to person) I would plan on about 8 hours a week and see how you do. You may spend less or you may spend more depending on your comfort level. We read about 2 chapters each module covering one module each week.
You will be graded on roughly nine lab assignments, three exams, your final project and your participation. All work is individual work with groups allowed for the final project.
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