IS240 Webpage Design
COURSE OUTCOMES

Institutional Learning Outcomes

COM-FSM graduates will demonstrate that they can:

a. communicate effectively

b. employ critical thinking & problem solving

c. possess specific knowledge and skills in a major discipline or professional program of study

d. take responsibility and develop skills for learning

e. interact responsibly with people, cultures, and their environment

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the degree program, students will be able to:

1.Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of technical concepts and ethical issues pertaining to information systems.

2.Demonstrate theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the management and strategic use of information systems and technology.

3.Demonstrate proficiency in the use of different software applications significant to manipulating and analyzing information as well as generating and presenting reports in the various functional areas of business.

4.Demonstrate solid foundation skills in database design and management, web engineering, programming, and networking.

5.Demonstrate the ability to adapt to latest technologies using their foundation knowledge and skills from CIS.

 

General:

 

Upon successful completion of this course, student will be able to:

 

1.     Explain the history of the Internet and related Internet concepts that is vital in understanding Web development.

2.     Demonstrate the important HTML and XHTML tags in Structural Layer.

3.     Demonstrate how to separate design from content using CSS or Cascading Style Sheet.

4.     Demonstrate the basic of Web design especially in relation to CSS.

5.     Explain the importance of Web development process and its subsequent maintenance of the Web project.

Specific:
 

SLO#1 : Student will be able to explain the history of the Internet and related Internet concepts that is vital in understanding Web development.

SLOs STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO:

ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES

1.1  Familiarize Internet history, Web standards and related Internet concepts.

Pre-post Test, Quiz

SLO#2: Student will be able to demonstrate the important HTML and XHTML tags in Structural Layer.

SLOs STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO:

ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES

2.1 Implement the basic XHTML-compliant structure for the web.

 Hands-on Project

2.2   Create a simple web page that would demonstrate basic presentational elements like heading, body and paragraph.

 Hands-on Project

2.3   Create a simple web page that would displays lists, links and images.

 Hands-on Project

2.4   Validate created website if it is XHTML compliant to an XHTML validation website like W3Cs markup validation service.

Hands-on Project

SLO#3: Student will be able to demonstrate how to separate design from content using CSS or Cascading Style Sheet.                     

SLOs STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO:

ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES

3. 1 Understand the basic concept and syntax of CSS.

Pre-post Test, Quiz

3.2   Implement an inline CSS.

Hands-on Project

3.3   Implement an embedded CSS.

 Hands-on Project

3.4   Implement an external CSS with external file.

Hands-on Project

3.5   Apply common CSS properties in various situations.

Hands-on Project

SLO#4: Student will be able to demonstrate the basic of Web Design especially in relation to CSS                   

SLOs STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO:

ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES

4.1 Understand basic web design principles and web best practices

Pre-post Test, Quiz

4.2 Understand page layout design techniques

Pre-post Test

4.3 Implement web design principles, best practices and page layout design on the previously created web page(s).

Hands-on Project

4.4 Understand and implement more advanced CSS topics like the box principle.

Pre-post Test , Hands-on Project, Quiz

SLO#5: Explain the importance of web development process and its subsequent maintenance of the Web project.                   

SLOs STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO:

ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES

5. 1 Understand the different roles and processes in Web site development.

Pre-post Test, Quiz

5.2 Identifying providers that will host your Web site.

Hands-on Project

5.3 Implement the Web development process on your previously created web page(s)

Hands-on Project