1 Eastfield College STEM Division Spring 2016 ITSE /93400 Web Design Tools ONLINE Glenn Stone Office C202 Phone: COURSE DESCRIPTION ITSE 1401 Web Design Tools (4) This is a WECM Course Number. Prerequisite: Basic understanding of personal computers and operating systems as obtained in ITSC 1401 or BCIS 1405 or COSC 1401 or equivalent experience approved by instructor. Designing and publishing Web documents according to World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards. This course includes graphic design issues and exploration of tools available for creating and editing Web documents. (3 Lec., 3 Lab.) TEXTBOOK REQUIRED Bishop, Sherry, Shuman, James and Reding, Elizabeth, The Web Collection Revealed, CS6, Adobe Flash, Dreamweaver & Photoshop, Premium Edition, Delmar/Cengage Learning ISBN COURSE OBJECTIVES: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be familiar with creating and designing Web pages using Adobe software, including Dreamweaver CS5, Flash CS5, and Photoshop CS5. Understand basic Web page design concepts Be familiar with HTML tags and syntax Understand the fundamentals of Dreamweaver Successfully design and build web sites using Dreamweaver Understand the fundamentals of Flash Successfully create Flash objects and animation to use in Web pages Understand the fundamentals of Photoshop and/or Fireworks Successfully create web graphics using Photoshop and/or Fireworks TEACHING/LEARNING METHODS: Reading assignments/tutorials Class exercises Exams
2 Hands-on lab work Projects TEXTBOOK AND MATERIALS: Course Evaluation: You will accumulate course points for work done as follows: Component Maximum Points 3 50 points each points each 1000 Total 1150 Your final course grade will be determined as shown: Points Earned Final Grade A B C D F General Course Policies: 1. This is not a self-paced class. Your work in this course should generally follow the Course Schedule, which includes due dates for assignments. Late assignments will be assessed a penalty of 50 percent. Assignments turned in more than two weeks late will not be accepted. Your instructor will be happy to work with you and make schedule adjustments in case of illness or an absence which will take you off-line for a period of time. Submissions past the end of the course are not accepted unless you can prove a true emergency caused you a delay. 2. You are always welcome to ask questions of your instructor, and are encouraged to do so. You may also hold discussions with other students as well but you are expected to do your assignments alone. This course is, after all, more about learning than simply scoring a lot of points. You re only cheating yourself if you cheat. 3. You may not turn in an assignment more than one time for credit (i.e. Don t correct mistakes and re-submit). 4. Exams are taken entirely on-line and you may not repeat one for a higher grade once you have taken it.
3 ITSE1401 Lab Assignments READ DATA FILES LIST IN THE INDEX OF THE TEXTBOOK PAGE: WEB COLLECTION PREMIUM 1 From To Points Bridge Chapter 1 Lesson Lesson Dreamweaver Chapter 1 Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Project Builder I Due: Friday, January 24 Chapter 2 Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Project Builder Due: Wednesday, January 27 Chapter 3 Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Project Builder Due: Friday, January 29 Chapter 4 Lesson
4 Lesson Lesson Lesson Project Builder Due: Friday, February 5 Chapter 5 Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Project Builder Due: Friday, February 12 Chapter 6 Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Project Builder Due: Wednesday, February 17 Chapter 7 Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Project Builder Due: Friday, February 19 Test 1 February
8 Lesson Lesson Lesson Project Builder Due: Friday, May 6 Test 3 May Total Points 1150 FINANCIAL AID STUDENTS: If you are receiving Financial Aid grants or loans, you must begin attendance in all classes. Do not drop or stop attending any class without consulting the Financial Aid Office. Changes in your enrollment level and failing grades may require that you repay financial aid funds. Failure to contact the instructor will result in your name being submitted to the Financial Aid Office as a non-attendee. All students receiving financial aid must open an account through NetMail. See directions in this syllabus for opening an account. If you are receiving Financial Aid grants or loans, you must begin attendance in all classes prior to the 12 th class day/financial aid award lock (see calendar in class schedule). Do not drop or stop attending any class without consulting the Financial Aid office. Changes in your enrollment level and failing grades may require that you repay financial aid funds. Financial Aid Statement for Distance Learning Classes If you are receiving Financial Aid grants or loans and are enrolled in a Distance Learning class, you must show participation in this class prior to the certification date by either ing or contacting the instructor or logging on to ecampus. Do not drop or stop attending any class without consulting the Financial Aid Office. Changes in your enrollment level and failing grades may require that you repay financial aid funds. You must attend and participate in your on-campus or online course(s) in order to receive federal financial aid. Your instructor is required by law to validate your attendance in your on-campus or online course in order for you to receive financial aid. You must participate in an academic related activity pertaining to the course but not limited to the following examples: initiating contact with your instructor to ask a question about the academic subject studied in the course; submitting an academic assignment; taking an exam; completing an interactive video; participating in computer-assisted instruction; attending a study group assigned by the instructor; or participating in an online discussion board about academic matters relating to the course. In an online course, simply logging in is not sufficient by itself to demonstrate academic attendance. You must demonstrate that you are participating in your online class and are engaged in an academically related activity such as in the examples described above. Failure to do so will prevent you from being certified and will affect your financial aid.
9 Repeating This Course: (Third Attempt to Enroll in a Course) Effective for Fall Semester 2005, the Dallas County Community Colleges will charge additional tuition to students registering the third or subsequent time for a course. All third and subsequent attempts of the majority of credit and Continuing Education/Workforce Training courses will result in additional tuition to be charged. Developmental Studies and some other courses will not be charged a higher tuition rate. Third attempts include courses taken at any of the Dallas County Community Colleges since the Fall 2002 Semester. See Third Attempt to Enroll in a Course at: Academic Honesty Statement Scholastic dishonesty is a violation of the Code of Student Conduct. Scholastic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, cheating on a test, plagiarism, and collusion. As a college student, you are considered a responsible adult. Your enrollment indicates acceptance of the DCCCD Code of Student Conduct published in the DCCCD Catalog at Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, cheating on tests, plagiarism and collusion. Cheating includes copying from another student s test or homework paper, using materials not authorized, collaborating with or seeking aid from another student during a test, knowingly using, buying, selling, stealing, or soliciting the contents of an unadministered test, and substituting for another person to take a test. Plagiarism is the appropriating, buying, receiving as a gift, or obtaining by any means another s work and the unacknowledged submission or incorporation of it in one s own written work. Collusion is the unauthorized collaboration with another person in preparing written work for fulfillment of course requirements. Academic dishonesty is a serious offense in college. You can be given a failing grade on an assignment or test, can be failed for the class, or you can even be suspended from college. Drop a Course W" Date: If you are unable to complete this course, you must withdraw from it by Thursday April 14, Important information you need to know about dropping courses. Effective 2007, section of the Texas Education Code applies to first-time freshman students who enroll in a Texas public institution of higher education in the fall semester of 2007 or thereafter. High school students currently enrolled in Dual Credit, Early College and Collegiate High School are waived from this requirement until they graduate from high school. Based on this law, the college or any other Texas Public institution of higher education may not permit students to drop more than six college level credit courses for unacceptable reasons during their entire undergraduate career without penalty. All college-level courses dropped after the official drop and add period for the course are included in the six-course limit, including courses dropped at another Texas public institution of higher education, unless the student demonstrates to an appropriate college official that one of the following events occurred to the student during the semester or summer session: 1. A severe illness or other debilitating condition that affects the student's ability to satisfactorily complete the course.
10 2. The student's responsibility for the care of a sick, injured, or needy person if the provision of that care affects the student's ability to satisfactorily complete the course. 3. The death of a person who is considered to be a member of the student's family or who is otherwise considered to have a sufficiently close relationship to the student that the person's death is considered to be a showing of good cause. 4. The active duty service as a member of the Texas National Guard or the armed forces of the United State of either the student or a person who is considered to be a member of the student's family or who is otherwise considered to have a sufficiently close relationship to the student that the person's active military service is considered to be a showing of good cause. 5. The change of the student's work schedule that is beyond the control of the student, and that affects the student's ability to satisfactorily complete the course. 6. Other good cause as determined by the college official. Contact your college's Admissions/Registrar's or counseling/advising office for further details related to exceptions or visit the FAQ's on Facts about Dropping Classes at The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board finalized its rules associated with this statute on October 25, Students affected by this law who plan to attend another institution of higher education should become familiar with that institution's policies on dropping courses. To drop a class or withdraw from the college, you must follow the prescribed procedure. It is your responsibility as a student to drop or withdraw. Failure to do so will result in your receiving a performance grade, usually a grade of "F". You can drop or withdraw from classes in three ways: 1. In person Visit your college Admissions/Registrar s Office at and complete a drop/withdrawal form. 2. Online Drop classes online through econnect at =ST&URL=HTTPS%3A%2F%2Feconnect.dcccd.edu%3A443%2FeConnect%2FeConnect%3F TYPE%3DP%26PID%3DST- WESTS04C%26CONSTITUENCY%3DWBST&ERROR=Please+Log+In+before+accessing+ Workflow+item+WESTS04C.&CONSTITUENCY=WBST. In certain instances you may not be able to drop online; you will have to drop in person or by mail. 3. By mail or fax Print this drop form (PDF - 36KB) fill it out and mail or fax it to the college Admissions/Registrar s Office. You must give at least one
11 reason why you are dropping for each class. Forms that are mailed or faxed must be postmarked or date-stamped on a date prior to or on the last day to drop the class. Be sure to include a legible copy of a photo ID with your form. A drop/withdrawal request by any means must be received in the Admissions/Registrar's Office by the official drop/withdrawal deadline as indicated on the Academic Calendar and the current class schedule. No drop or withdrawal requests are accepted by telephone or . See Refund Policy for possible refund eligibility. Students who drop or withdraw should be aware of the course Repeat Policy. STUDENT Faculty and students must have and use a DCCCD account for all correspondence relating to academic coursework. The account is free. For information on setting up a DCCCD student account go to: EMERGENCY ALERTS: As a Dallas County Community College District student, you will receive an alert when an emergency occurs on your campus. Alerts are sent by , as required by state law, when an unscheduled evacuation or closure of a DCCCD campus or office occurs because of bad weather, utility outages, police emergencies or other types of emergencies. Previously, you did not receive alerts unless you requested them. Under that "opt-in" system, you had to sign up to receive alerts. DCCCD has launched a new "opt-out" system. Our new opt-out system automatically will send alerts to your address unless you specifically "opt out" by informing us that you do not want to receive alerts. HOW TO UPDATE YOUR , REQUEST PHONE OR TEXT ALERTS OR OPT OUT We send alerts to the address you provided to us when you registered for classes, so if your address has changed since you registered, be sure to update it. Here are the steps you should follow to update your address. You can use these same steps to add a phone number or a text number to receive messages for DCCCD Emergency Alerts or to "opt out" if you don't want to receive these alerts: 1. Log on to econnect ( ). 2. Under "My Personal Information," click on "DCCCD Emergency Alerts" (it's the second link down). You'll then see the Emergency Notification Information page. 3. Update your emergency address, if necessary. Add your phone number (to receive a recorded phone call) and your text number (to receive a text message) if you want to receive alerts by those methods. Or, if you do not want to receive any alerts, choose the "Opt Out" selection. 4. Click "Submit." Log off.
12 IMPORTANT NOTE: Updating your emergency alerts address does not update the address on file in your student record. You can update your student record address online through econnect's "Change Address" link or through your college registrar's office. After you sign up for text alerts, following the steps listed above, our new vendor, Blackboard Connect, will input your text-enabled phone number into the system. Blackboard Connect will automatically send a text message to your mobile phone to confirm your request. There is no charge to receive emergency alerts by text. However, standard text message charges from your cell phone provider will apply. Find out what our emergency alerts look like by going to this Web page: For more information see the DCCCD Emergency Alerts Web page at RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS: Absences for observance of a religious holy day are excused. A student whose absence is excused to observe a religious holy day is allowed to contract with the instructor to take a makeup examination or complete an assignment within a reasonable time after the absence. ATTENDANCE Attendance is required for this class. Students must log in to ecampus once a week to get credit for attendance. ADA SERVICES: Students requiring accommodations due to the presence of a disability must identify themselves thirty days before the semester begins and demonstrate/document the need for accommodation at the Disability Services Office. For information regarding the rights and responsibilities of students with disabilities, contact the DSO at OBTAINING FINAL COURSE GRADES USING ECONNECT Final Grade Reports are no longer mailed. Convenient access is available online at Use your student identification number to log onto econnect. This online system provides you with timely information regarding your college records. PLAGIARISM In any written paper, you are guilty of the academic offense known as plagiarism if you half-copy or copy the author's sentences, words. Usually this results in an automatic grade of "F" for the course; in this course, plagiarism will result in a grade of "0" for the particular assignment. You cannot mix the author's words with your own or "plug" your synonyms into the author's sentence structure. To prevent unintentional borrowing, resist the temptation to look at the source as you write. The author's words, phrases, sentences must be put in your words, in your way of writing! When you do this, you are demonstrating the ability of understanding and comprehension!
13 Students should be aware of disciplinary actions for all forms of academic dishonesty, including cheating, fabrication, facilitating academic dishonesty, plagiarism, and collusion. Your College Catalog and the DCCCD Catalog contain the entire Student Code of Conduct, which is also on the Internet at Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) In compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), the College may release information classified as directory information to the general public without the written consent of the student. Directory information includes: (1) student name, (2) student address, (3) telephone numbers, (4) date and place of birth, (5) weight and height of members of athletic teams, (6) participation in officially recognized activities and sports, (7) dates of attendance, (8) educational institution most recently attended, and (9) other similar information, including major field of student and degrees and awards received. Students may protect their directory information at any time during the academic year. If no request is filed, directory information is released upon written inquiry. No telephone inquiries are acknowledged. No transcript or academic record is released without written consent from the student, except as specified by law. Food and Drink Policy Food, drinks, and tobacco products are prohibited in Eastfield College classrooms. Children on Campus The institution strives to protect an environment most conducive to teaching and learning for all enrolled students. Children who are taking part in organized scheduled activities or who are enrolled in specific classes are welcomed. Minor children, however, should not be brought to the institution unless closely supervised by their parent. Minor children should not be brought into classrooms, laboratories or other facilities of the college. This practice is disruptive to the learning process. In the case of an emergency where the student-parent has no alternative but to bring the child to campus, classroom faculty or the administrative heads of other units have full discretion as to whether a child may be allowed to quietly stay in the location. These individuals may require that children be removed by the student-parent from the setting if, in their opinion, the presence of the child is deemed to be disruptive to the learning process. For reasons of security and child welfare the institution will not permit unattended children to be left anywhere on the premises. Parents who have problems with childcare should visit the Counseling and/or Advisement Center to receive referrals to childcare services in the area. The instructor reserves the right to amend this syllabus as necessary.
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