Intro Animation

CIS133DA
Internet Web Publishing

Dr. Jon Storslee's

Office Hours

E-mail:

Phone:602-787-6734

Class No:19271 Thursday 6 - 9:30 pm  

Fall 2017 in E-142

 

Class Schedule
Class Notes Topic Read Assignment Due Pts

8/24

Note 1 Intro to Class & Internet
Intro
& Chapter 1

Resources

Weekly Review

9/1

weekly

20

100

8/31

Note 2 Browsers  & HTML

Chapter 2 & 3

Browsers

Browser Review

9/8 30

9/7

Note 3 FTP & E-mail Chapter 4 & 13 Homework Page on Web 9/22 50

9/14

Note 4

CSS & HTML

Chapter 6- 9

Post Movie Review

9/29

50

9/21

Note 5 Search Engines & CSS        

9/28

Note 6 Graphics Chapter 5 Graphics Page 10/6 50

10/5

Note 7 Forms Chapter 14 Info Form 10/13 50

10/12

Note 8 Social Networks & E-mail Chapter 10 Website Review 10/20 20

10/19

Note 9 Review for Quiz Chapter 11 Review for Quiz    

10/26

 

Quiz

10/26

100

11/2

Note 10 Dreamweaver

Dreamweaver &
Chapter 12

Dreamweaver
Web page
11/17 50

11/9

Note 11 Dreamweaver Dreamweaver
Final Project 11/30 200

11/16

Note 12

Internet Security & Lab

Security

In Class Extra Credit!

11/16

30

11/23

Thanksgiving Eat too much and have fun

11/30

Note 13 E-Commerce & Lab E-Commerce      

12/7

Note 14 We meet @  E-142 on the Normal Day & Time to
Show off Final and then go to Pei Wei for a Snack
   

CIS 133DA Book

Head First HTML with CSS
2nd edition
ISBN: 9780596159900
Author: Robson

 

 

Official Absences

MCCCD policy states that:
Official absences are those that occur when students are involved in an official activity of the college, i.e., field trips, tournaments, athletic events, and present an official absence excuse form. Absences for such events shall not count against the number of absences allowed by an instructor or department.  Students who must miss a class for an official reason must obtain an official absence verification card from the appropriate dean or associate dean and present it to the appropriate instructor(s) before the absence. Prior arrangements must be made with each instructor for make-up work. If prior arrangements have been made, the students will not be penalized.

Other official absences include jury duty and subpoenas.  Appropriate documentation will be required.  Prior arrangements must be made with each instructor for makeup work.  If prior arrangements have been made, the students will not be penalized.

In the event of the death of an immediate family member, absences for periods of up to one week will not be counted against the number of absences allowed by an instructor or department.  Students should contact instructor(s) as soon as possible to arrange for make-up work.  Appropriate documentation will be required (for example, a copy of the obituary or funeral program).  In specialized programs that require clinical rotations, this regulation may not apply.

Religious Holidays

MCCCD policy states that:
Students shall have the right to observe major religious holidays without penalty or reprisal by any administrator, faculty member or employee of the Maricopa Community Colleges.  Absences for such holidays shall not count against the number of absences allowed by an instructor or department.  At least one week before the holiday, students shall submit to their instructor(s) a written statement that includes both the date of the holiday and the reason why class attendance is impossible.  Prior arrangements must be made with each instructor for make-up work.  If prior arrangements have been made, the student will not be penalized.

Code of Conduct

Students engaging in the following are subject to disciplinary sanctions outlined in the PVCC Catalog, Student Policies Section.

  • Acts of Dishonesty; examples include:
    • Plagiarism
    • Furnishing false information
    • Falsifying records related to coursework
    • Forgery, alteration, misuse of any college document
    • Tampering with the election of any college-recognized official
  • Disruption or obstruction of teaching, research, administration, disciplinary proceedings, or college activities.  An instructor can remove a student from class for disciplinary reasons.
  • Physical abuse, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, harassment, coercion and/or conduct that threatens the health or safety of any person.
  • Attempted or actual theft
  • Failure to comply with direction of college officials or law enforcement officers
  • Unauthorized possession, duplication or use of keys to any college premises
  • Violation of federal, state, or local laws on college campus or at college sponsored activities
  • Use, possession or distribution of narcotics or other controlled substances
  • Use, possession, or distribution of alcoholic beverages, or public intoxication
  • Illegal or unauthorized possession of firearms, explosives, weapons, or dangerous chemicals
  • Participation in a college demonstration that disrupts the normal operations of the college
  • Obstruction of the free flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic on college premises
  • Conduct which is disorderly, lewd or indecent
  • Theft or other abuse of computer time
  • Abuse of the judicial system

Policy on Cheating:

You can give the student a 0 for the assignment, or an F for the semester. You can also send the student to the Dean of Academic Affairs for probation or dismissal from the college.

Students will be notified by the instructor of any changes in course requirements or policies.

Withdrawal Policy:

Business/IT Division recommended policy states that instructors may withdraw students who accumulate unofficial absences in excess of the number of times a class meets per week. On-line students who do not participate (turn in assignments) will be withdrawn. Students may withdraw themselves without an instructor’s signature, see date in my.maricopa. If a student requests a withdrawal after the self-withdraw period, the instructor may withdraw a student with a Y if the cumulative grade is failing at that point.

Attendance:

Only persons who are registered for the class may attend that class.  Attendance requirements are determined by the course instructor.  Students who do not meet the attendance requirement, as determined by the course instructor, may be withdrawn.

Students who fail to attend the first scheduled class meeting, or to contact the instructor regarding absence before the first scheduled class meeting may at the option of the instructor be withdrawn.

At the beginning of each course, each faculty member will provide students with written attendance requirements. It is the student’s responsibility to consult with the instructor regarding official or unofficial absences.  Absences begin to accumulate with the first scheduled class meeting.

Students bear the responsibility of notifying the Office of Admissions and Records when they discontinue studies in a course or at the college.  Refer to the Withdrawal Procedures.

Student Handbook & Catalog:

All policies in the PVCC College Catalog, the PVCC Student Handbook, and specifically listed in this syllabus, apply to this course. Please consult the current PVCC College Catalog and Student Handbook and be familiar with all PVCC College and Maricopa Community College District policies.

Student Maricopa E-mail policy:

Your MEID@maricopa.edu e-mail account is the official form of communication between PVCC and you.  You are responsible for reading college messages and responding accordingly. You should check your my.maricopa.edu account for official college/district messages and information regarding tuition and fees.

Classroom Etiquette:
Cell phones and pagers must be turned off during class instruction. Please arrive on time and listen respectfully while the instructor or other class members are speaking. Taping of lectures is allowed but please ask for permission from the instructor. Food and drink are not permitted in the classroom.

Students are responsible for the information contained in this syllabus!

CIS 133 Course Competencies

Hours outside of Class

The average student will probably need 5 to 6 hours outside of class to complete homework.

Class Procedure and Homework

Software instruction will usually take place in a classroom equipped with computers. You will be responsible for additional lab time outside of class to complete homework assignments and to prepare for tests.

I accept late assignments but they will be penalized so don't procrastinate. I will not grade more than 2 late assignments!

For Your Protection:

It is your responsibility to SAVE your assignments in a folder, on your computer or another removable media.  Keep these copies in a safe place until you have received your final grade.

Student Disabilities:
Students with disabilities who believe they may need accommodations are encouraged to contact the Disability Resource Center, KSC-Building -119, 602.787.7170.

Official Absences

MCCCD policy states that:
Official absences are those that occur when students are involved in an official activity of the college, i.e., field trips, tournaments, athletic events, and present an official absence excuse form. Absences for such events shall not count against the number of absences allowed by an instructor or department.  Students who must miss a class for an official reason must obtain an official absence verification card from the appropriate dean or associate dean and present it to the appropriate instructor(s) before the absence. Prior arrangements must be made with each instructor for make-up work. If prior arrangements have been made, the students will not be penalized.

Other official absences include jury duty and subpoenas.  Appropriate documentation will be required.  Prior arrangements must be made with each instructor for makeup work.  If prior arrangements have been made, the students will not be penalized.

In the event of the death of an immediate family member, absences for periods of up to one week will not be counted against the number of absences allowed by an instructor or department.  Students should contact instructor(s) as soon as possible to arrange for make-up work.  Appropriate documentation will be required (for example, a copy of the obituary or funeral program).  In specialized programs that require clinical rotations, this regulation may not apply.

Religious Holidays

MCCCD policy states that:
Students shall have the right to observe major religious holidays without penalty or reprisal by any administrator, faculty member or employee of the Maricopa Community Colleges.  Absences for such holidays shall not count against the number of absences allowed by an instructor or department.  At least one week before the holiday, students shall submit to their instructor(s) a written statement that includes both the date of the holiday and the reason why class attendance is impossible.  Prior arrangements must be made with each instructor for make-up work.  If prior arrangements have been made, the student will not be penalized.

Grading Scale:
90 – 100%                   A
80 –  89%                    B
70 –  79%                    C
60 –  69%                    D
less than 60%             F

Homework Per Week

You should expect to spend between 5 to 9 hours per week for this class!

Your homework is not late until I finish grading the class!

I accept late assignments but I may not grade it until the end of the semester. You will receive only 70% of the grade you would have received if you turned the work in on time!

 

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