Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) WEB 102 Web Exploration and Design Spring Online CRN: COURSE SYLLABUS 3 Credits

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1 Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) WEB 102 Web Exploration and Design Spring Online CRN: COURSE SYLLABUS 3 Credits Instructor: Joseph Mendrzycki Office Phone: (717) (8:00 AM 4:30 PM Monday through Friday) Office Location: Harrisburg Campus, Stabler Hall 105 address: Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday (3:30 to 4:30 PM, EST) and by appointment. Office hours are conducted online at: Catalog Description This course explores the uses of the Internet and the World Wide Web in business. Students learn to accomplish tasks with common Web tools and services. An introduction to Web page design and development is included using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and free editors. Students develop an online e-portfolio site that may be used throughout their college career. Prerequisites: ENGL 051, 003, or 007 with a grade of C or higher. Learning Outcomes Upon successfully completing the Internet and Web Design course, the student will be able to demonstrate the following competencies and skills: Explore the Internet and the World Wide Web using common web tools including browsers, e- mail, discussion lists, search engines, online resources, databases, and libraries of general interest Identify the history of the Internet including key concepts, terms, and proper use Define security, authentication, and online transactions related to the Internet Create web documents using HTML and free web tools Design Web pages and a Web site using free web tools Create an educational portfolio website Textbook Shelly/Campbell, Discovering the Internet, Complete Fourth edition, (Shelly Cashman Series). Page 1 of 11

2 Topics Covered In This Course Into the Internet Defining the Internet History of the Internet Browsing the Web Web Pages, Sites, and Servers IP Addresses, Domain Names, and URL s Web Browsers Web Risks and Safeguards Searching the Web Search Tools Communicating Online Systems Social Media Career Exploration in the Digital Age Getting More out of the Internet Portals Resources Research and Reference Tools Special Interest Sites Educational Portfolios Financial Resources Educational Tools Shopping and Downloading Understanding Internet Technologies and Security Networking Basics and Infrastructure Global Positioning Systems (GPS) Internet Telephony and Web Conferencing Networking Security Issues Understanding E-Business E-Business Origins, Factors, and Models Introduction to HTML and Web Page Design HTML Basics-Tags, Attributes, Lists, Tables, Images, and Links File Transfer, Choosing a Host, and Publishing Exploring Editors Educational Portfolios Adding Content Developing a Resume Publishing Page 2 of 11

3 Course Requirements To successfully complete the course, each student will be required to: Complete textbook reading assignments and all online course materials. Participate in class discussions. Participation requires making original posts as well as responding to postings from the instructor and other students. Posts should be in well-formed sentences and thoughts. Responses such as I agree or nice post don't count. Pass all exams presented in the course. Complete all required assignments and projects. Computer Requirements You must have full-time access to a computer, including Internet access for the entire semester. (NOTE: High speed Internet access is strongly recommended for all online courses.) Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Apple Safari are the recommended web browsers for this course. Internet Explorer is NOT recommended. Adobe Acrobat Reader (free) (use Toolbox link in online course to access) HTML Editing software (free) (use Toolbox link in online course to access) You are responsible for ensuring that you have computer and Internet access for the entire semester. Not having computer or Internet access is NOT an acceptable reason for late or incomplete course assignments and activities. How You Will Be Graded Grading System: Letter Grades: Attendance and Participation: Graded Discussion Posts (10): Learning Module Assignments (10): Exams (3): Final Exam: Website (e-portfolio) Project: 50 points 6 points (60 total) 20 points (200 total) 30 points (90 total) 50 points 50 points A = % = 450 to 500 Points B = 80-89% = 400 to 449 Points C = 70-79% = 350 to 399 Points D = 60-69% = 300 to 349 Points F = 0-59% = 299 Points and below TOTAL: 500 points Page 3 of 11

4 Examination Policy All exams are to be considered closed book unless otherwise stated. Exams are scheduled to provide the student with a multi-day window to take the exam which provides sufficient time for the student to arrange their schedule and take the exam. Completing Assignments, Projects, and Exams by Their Due Dates and Times It is important for you to complete assignments, projects, and exams by their due date and time. Assignment, project, and exam due dates are clearly posted in the course. I understand that personal or professional issues may arise which may cause you to need additional time to complete an assignment, project, or exam. If that is the case, you must contact me prior to the deadline to identify a reasonable accommodation or provide to me written documentation within one day after the deadline clearly identifying the reason for the missed deadline. If I determine that the reason is sufficiently serious and beyond the control of the student, I will give an extension to the deadline. In the case of an illness, a doctor's excuse will be required. If you do not contact me prior to the deadline, nor provide to me written documentation within one day after the deadline clearly identifying the reason for the missed deadline, the following will apply: Exams will receive a grade of zero (0). Assignments and projects will receive a grade of zero (0). Important Reminder: Computer or technology problems are not considered to be valid reasons for missing assignment, project, or exam deadlines. Students are expected to have identified an alternate computer with an Internet connection. Each HACC campus has computer labs or library computers that students may use. Contact your campus's main number for locations and hours of operation. Your local public library may be another source for computer and Internet access, though access time may be limited. Page 4 of 11

5 Class Participation A portion of your grade will be class participation by participating in the weekly discussion topics. How do you participate in a discussion in this online course? You do so by joining in on the current discussion board topic each week. You are expected to post an original post each week and post at least one reply to a post from either the instructor or your fellow students. Original posts must reflect the current week s topic and they must be posted during that week. Reply posts must be posted within the current week as well. You may also receive credit by posting an appropriate follow-up post to a fellow student's post on a discussion topic. These follow-up posts must be meaningful and enhance the understanding to the question posted. You will not receive credit for posts such as "me too" or "I agree". Make follow-up posts meaningful. You need to be clear and informative in your original posts, replies, and follow-ups. Use proper grammar. Be sure to regularly check in on the discussion boards and be active. ing the Instructor; Instructor's Response to Questions All personal questions (i.e., about grades, illnesses, etc.) should be sent to the instructor using his Desire2Learn address All s will be responded to within two business days. Students MUST use their HawkMail address when contacting the instructor. from any other address (e.g., Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail, etc.) will NOT be acknowledged. Be sure to include a meaningful Subject Line and be sure your contains your FULL name. Instructor's Response Time for Grading Assignments, Projects, and Exams Desire2Learn tries to grade the exams, but it can't accurately grade short answer or fill-in type questions. Please allow me time to grade them manually. Exams will be available after their availability period is over. I try to have assignments graded within two business days of submission. Project grades will be available four business days after the due date. Page 5 of 11

6 Attendance and Withdrawal A portion of your grade will be attendance. You are expected to visit/view and read/work-through each topic (all content within each module) in the course. You must complete all checklists. You must log in to the course each week. Attendance in an online course means active participation in the class will be expected at least three to four days per week. If for some reason you cannot log into the class during any particular week, you will still be responsible for knowledge of the material covered in the course that week. If you will not be logging into the course for an extended period of time, more than two weeks, you should contact the instructor to see what arrangements can be made to continue your active participation in the class. Repeated or protracted unexcused absences, such as the failure to log into the course for an extended period of time, may result in faculty-initiated withdrawal from the course. Per Administrative Procedure 661, the instructor is allowed to: 1. Reduce course grades after unexcused absences exceed 10% of the total class hours that will take place throughout the course of the semester. This equates to 2 weeks of class work. 2. Drop a student from a class with the concurrence of the division administrator when unexcused absences exceed 15% of the total class hours that will take place throughout the course of the semester and when the excessive absences preclude the possibility of the student completing the stated objectives for the course. 3. If for some reason you wish to withdraw from this course, it is your responsibility to complete the necessary paperwork. Those students who do not complete the course, and have not withdrawn from the course or made some other arrangement with the instructor, will be assigned a failing grade. A grade of W may be awarded to a student who has withdrawn from the course after the initial refund period through the last day of class for the term as published by the College. It is the student's responsibility to request the W grade and complete all of the necessary paper work to complete the withdrawal. The instructor will grant the request if the student has been attending the class in a manner consistent with the class attendance policy, has completed required graded material and has not been dishonest in completing the work in order to be eligible for the W grade. If the above requirements are not met, the student will receive a grade of F as per Administrative Procedure % Refund Date January 27, % Refund Date February 10, 2015 Page 6 of 11

7 Academic Dishonesty Academic dishonesty is defined as an intentional act of deception in which a student seeks to claim credit for the work or effort of another person, or uses unauthorized material or fabricated information in any academic work. It includes, but is not limited to: Arranging with other students to give or receive answers on an exam. Conversing online, by telephone, or otherwise receiving assistance from another person while taking an exam (in the case where two students are involved, both students involved will be considered to be cheating). Copying from another student's exam or class assignments or projects. Allowing another student to copy from you during an exam or class assignment or project. Giving or receiving aid or referring to any written information source during an exam, unless permitted by the instructor. Plagiarism (copying material directly from the textbook or other sources to complete class assignments). Any other activities defined as Academic Dishonesty in HACC Administrative Procedure 594. INSTANCES OF CHEATING WILL BE ADDRESSED IN ACCORDANCE WITH HACC POLICY AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE 594. PENALTIES IN THIS COURSE CAN INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF CREDIT FOR AN ASSIGNMENT, LOWERING OF GRADE, FAILURE OF AN EXAM, AND POSSIBLE FAILURE OF THE COURSE. Course Evaluations (SEEQ Forms) Near the end of each semester, students are requested to complete SEEQ Forms which is an opportunity for students to evaluate this course in a confidential manner. I strongly encourage you to participate. HACC uses this feedback to continuously improve the quality of its instructors and its courses. Page 7 of 11

8 STUDENTS IN NEED OF ACCOMMODATIONS: Students with disabilities who are in need of accommodations should contact the campus disability coordinator listed below. Coordinators for each campus are listed here: HACC Gettysburg Campus Peggy Violette Coordinator Disability Services 101 J 731 Old Harrisburg Road Gettysburg, PA Phone: Fax: HACC Lancaster Campus Vicki Van Hise Coordinator, Disability Services Main 212B 1641 Old Philadelphia Pike Lancaster, PA Phone: Fax: HACC York Campus Lori Shoemaker MSS, LSW Coordinator, Disability Services YL 134A 2010 Pennsylvania Avenue York, PA17404 Phone: Fax: HACC Harrisburg Campus Carole Kerper Director, Disability Services Cooper 230 One HACC Drive Harrisburg, PA Phone: Fax: HACC Lebanon Campus Deborah Bybee Coordinator, Disability Services 104R 735 Cumberland Street Lebanon, PA Phone: HACC Virtual Learning Deborah Bybee Coordinator, Disability Services 104R 735 Cumberland Street Lebanon, PA Phone: EEOC/PHRC EEOC POLICY 005: It is the policy of Harrisburg Area Community College, in full accordance with the law, not to discriminate in employment, student admissions, and student services on the basis of race, color, religion, age, political affiliation or belief, gender, national origin, ancestry, disability, place of birth, General Education Development Certification (GED), marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, genetic history/information, or any legally protected classification. HACC recognizes its responsibility to promote the principles of equal opportunity for employment, student admissions, and student services taking active steps to recruit minorities and women. Page 8 of 11

9 The Pennsylvania Human Relations Act ( PHRAct ) prohibits discrimination against prospective and current students because of race, color, sex, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, handicap or disability, record of a handicap or disability, perceived handicap or disability, relationship or association with an individual with a handicap or disability, use of a guide or support animal, and/or handling or training of support or guide animals. The Pennsylvania Fair Educational Opportunities Act ( PFEOAct ) prohibits discrimination against prospective and current students because of race, religion, color, ancestry, national origin, sex, handicap or disability, record of a handicap or disability, perceived handicap or disability, and a relationship or association with an individual with a handicap or disability. Information about these laws may be obtained by visiting the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission website at Page 9 of 11

10 Course Timeframe and Schedule The following table identifies the week, learning module, and learning module title and activities for this semester. Week Week 1 January Week 2 January Week 3 February 1-7 Week 4 February 8 14 Week 5 February Week 6 February Week 7 March 1 7 Learning Module Getting Started with an Online Course Introductory Material and Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Module 5 Module 5, continued Module 6 Learning Module Title and Activities Introduction, Expectations, Understanding the Online Format The Internet, Defined Discussion 1; Assignment 1 Getting on the Internet Discussion 2; Assignment 2 Communication Over the Internet Discussion 3; Assignment 3; EXAM 1 Searching for Information on the Internet Discussion 4; Assignment 4 Designing and Creating Web Pages Designing and Creating Web Pages (continued) Discussion 5; Assignment 5* How HTML Works EXAM 2 March 8 to March 14: MID-TERM BREAK (NO CLASSES) Week 8 March Week 9 March Module 6, continued Module 7 How HTML Works (continued) Discussion 6; Assignment 6* Web Page Layout CSS, Tables, and Templates (Timeframe and Schedule continued on next page) Page 10 of 11

11 Week 10 March 29 April 4 Week 11 April 5-11 Week 12 April Week 13 April Week 14 April 26 May 2 Final Exam Week May 6 12 Module 7, continued Module 8 Module 8, continued Module 9 Module 10 Web Page Layout CSS, Tables, and Templates Discussion 7; Assignment 7* Publishing Files on the Web Publishing Files on the Web Discussion 8; Assignment 8*; EXAM 3 Using Multimedia on the Internet; Web 2.0/Interactive Tools Discussion 9; Assignment 9 Website Project DUE on APRIL 25 Planning for the Future of the Internet Discussion 10; Assignment 10 Final Exam * Notice Regarding Assignments 5, 6, 7, and 8: Successfully completing Assignments 5, 6, 7, and 8 is critical to successfully completing the final Website Project. Therefore, you must complete and submit these assignments in order to be eligible to receive credit on the final Website Project. Even if you miss an assignment deadline that results in a grade of zero (0) for that assignment, you still must complete and submit that assignment. Failure to complete and submit any of these assignments will result in an automatic grade of zero (0) for the final Website Project. Page 11 of 11

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