You will be able to post on Discussion Board inside Canvas.
You will be able to identify how TCP / IP sends messages around the Internet
You will be able to identify the difference between the Internet and the Web
Read: Chapter 1 in your book
Post: on Canvas a list of Resources that will help you learn the material presented in this class.
Find as many resources that will help you "Keep up to speed" in class. You should be able to find at least one page full of resources. (The more resources you find, the better the grade.) Quackit, W3schools and Builder.com and Mozilla Developers Network are examples of the type of sites you should be looking for.Reminder: Post your articles on Canvas under the Weekly Articles on the Discussion Board Section.
This Syllabus is subject to change depending upon how the class goes. I will give you advance notice to any changes in the timing of the class.
Please note the steep learning curve for this class. The learning curve is steep and it is okay to feel overwhelmed at times!
Please note the best way to contact me is via Email! During the week, my goal for returning email is 24 hours and on the weekend my goal is 48 hours.
You have several outside resources designed to help you succeed.
You will be posting your homework to Canvas and using it to check your grades.
For Canvas and other technical assistance, contact:
PVCC Help Desk 602.787.7780 - http://www.pvc.maricopa.edu/cc
Canvas 24x7 Toll Free Support: 1-888-994-4433
Notepad ++ is another free program you can download but it only works on PC.
Go to Student Email - Forward to an email account you read on a regular basis.
The Internet and the Web are not the same thing! Internet is the infrastructure that the Web uses.
The Web uses a HTTP a protocol of TCP/IP to communicate between the server and client. HTML is used to layout the information so the Browser can display the information.
W3: The World Wide Web Consortium sets the standards for the Web (HTML & other Web tools)
Key People: Tim Berners-Lee (HTTP) and Marc Andresson (Mosaic, the first Web Browser.) Two people who helped change the world!
Browser, Editor, HTML, HTTP, Internet