Michael Schore (see
Web Advisor, class and section, for the actual instructor)
Office: PLM 361B
Phone: (919) 866-5370
Posted In Blackboard
Dreamweaver CS3: The Missing Manual (June 2007)
Pogue Press (O'Reilly)
Software used to complete
Other required equipment:
Internet access and computer to use for course work. Check system
requirements for software.
Credit Hours: Three (3) Semester
course provides an introduction to web development software suites. Topics
include the creation of web sites and applets using web development
software. Upon completion, students should be able to create entire
websites and supporting applets.
Course Objectives: Upon successful completion,
students will be able to demonstrate (through completion of classwork and
- Using Dreamweaver to create web sites
- The creation of a basic site layout and design
- Ability to create a fully functional web site using Dreamweaver or
other web development tools.
- To recognize and distinguish HTML and other markup languages
- To demonstrate effective usage of the Dreamweaver interface
- To practice site control using Dreamweaver
- To demonstrate basic site layout using Dreamweaver
- To practice how to create links and format text using Dreamweaver
- To demonstrate how to create tables, frames, and Cascading Style
Sheets using Dreamweaver
- To practice how to create rollovers and forms using Dreamweaver
- To comprehend how to add Dreamweaver extensions
- To practice how to publish a web site
- To comprehend the function of an applet.
|The Core Values of Wake Technical
||Instructor and students will foster an
environment that is respectful of all.|
||Instructor and students will foster an
environment that promotes taking responsibility for one's actions
||Instructor and students will strive to improve
the critical thinking skills of analysis, synthesis, and
||Instructor and students will strive to ensure
that both written and oral communications are clearly
||Instructor and students will strive to develop
|Grading Is As Follows:|
||Exams must be taken on the assigned date; otherwise a grade of
zero will be assigned. Any exception to this policy must be the
result of a documented emergency or prior arrangement with the
instructor to take the exam before the scheduled exam date. There
will be no exceptions to this rule. NO EXCEPTIONS.|
|Weekly Lessons and Assignments
Lessons & assignments:
assignments are due on the assigned date. There will be no
extensions, no exceptions. ONLY DOCUMENTED EMERGENCIES will be
considered for extensions. In the remote chance that an extension is
given, a full grade point will be deducted for each DAY the project
or assignment is late.
||Course Project : |
Projects are due on the
assigned date. There will be no extensions, no exceptions. In the
remote chance that an extension is given, then a full grade point
will be deducted for each DAY the project or assignment is late.
ONLY DOCUMENTED EMERGENCIES will be considered for extensions.
You are expected to participate in all class activities.
We will strictly follow the college attendance policy. You may
NOT be absent for more than 10% of the time. More than 10% absentee
means you will automatically be withdrawn from the class. You will
receive a "W." This is a hard and fast rule. Any absences must be
documented (i.e. doctor's excuse) to be excused.
Note for seated classes: Three tardies (more
than 20 minutes is tardy) equal one absence.
online classes: Your participation in class discussions is
considered as your attendance on a weekly
- Students are responsible for all of the information presented in the
Wake Technical Community College Student Handbook.
- Please note that computers are to be used at all times for official
course purposes. Use of computers for general web
surfing, email, chat rooms, etc. is not allowed. Violation of this rule
will result in a grade deduction and possible loss of computer
- The college forbids the use of audible electronic equipment (cell
phones, pagers, etc.) during instructional time.
- If you miss a lecture or arrive late, you are responsible for the
material presented, handouts distributed, and any announcements made
that day. The instructor will not provide notes for missed classes.
Note: This schedule is
subject to some changes/modifications per instructor -- This offered
as only a study guide. The pace of each class differs according to
the instructional needs of the students in the class. Always consult
with your instructor.
Note** A Final Project may be assigned in place of a Final
Dealing with Web sites
Chapters 15, 17
Web Page Content
Chapters 2, 3
Cascading Style Sheets
Test 1 - Chapters 1-4 & 15, 17
Test 2 - Chapters 5-7, 9
Flash and Multimedia
Library Items and Templates
Chapters 18 and 19
Chapters 20 and 21
Test 3 - Chapters 10, 11, 14, 18-19
Test 4 - Chapters 20, 21, 16, 8
Disability Support Services is available for
students who require academic accommodations due to any physical,
psychological, or learning disability. To determine eligibility,
contact the office at 108-S Holding Hall or http://disabilityservices.waketech.edu/.
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