MIC 151 - Online
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Syllabus for Spring 2010 and Summer 2010
Links to Data Files: 5th Ed and 6th Ed
MIC 151 Course Outline
4/4 - 4/10
4/11 - 4/17
4/18 - 4/24
4/25 - 5/1
5/2 - 5/8
5/9 - 5/15
5/16 - 5/22
6/6 - 6/12
6/13 - 6/17
Final Project is due at 3
p.m. Friday, June 17
- A link for Macintosh users.
Instructions in setting up the course for the Mac users.
- Internet Assignments:
Please, follow the instructions
on how to submit your e-mail assignments.
- When do I start the next week?: Each week's lesson is officially
available after the midnight of every Sunday. Of course, you may preview
the pages for the upcoming weeks. However, the content may be changed
as I continuously update the course materials. To open each week's lesson
page, click on the buttons (thubmnails) above. Independent from the course
schedule, you may go ahead in the textbook. In fact, it is advisable since
the course load will progressively intensify, and you may want extra time
for the final project.
- Which week are we in, anyway?: Please see the Schedule.
Also the dates are specified under the buttons of each week.
- Grades: Only if you are an online
student and requested grade posting.
- Chat and Forum: While the Forum and Chat are methods for the
instructors to interact with the students, it is also a means for the students
to interact with each other. Part of the way that these online courses
are set up is to encourage "virtual" student interaction.
We encourage students to respond to any forum questions that they have answers
to and to also hold chats with each other by establishing times amongst themselves.
The time and date for Chat hours will be announced later.
Everyone will vote for deciding when the Chat hours will be through
Forum postings during the first week.
Your level of involvements in Chat and Forum will determine
the "participation" points for the final grade.
- If you missed a chat session, you can read the chat log on the archive
- The best ways to reach the instructor: The best way to reach
Yun is e-mailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please, do not send questions to the email@example.com
account, it probably will not be answered in a timely manner since it is for
submitting Internet Assignments. Please note also that I do have
life outside of my classes, and so, e-mails sent on the weekends may not be
answered until the following week.
- Web page Assignment postings: All the HTML or Web page assignments
should be posted (uploaded) to the Web server and make links from your site's
"home page" (index.htm). This is how I will be able to check
your assignments during the course.
Tips and HTML Resources
- HTML Shell file (start-up file).
- Textbook Resource
resources: You will find information on HTML
An excellent resource and reference site.
A collection of synopsis in HTML, DHTML, XHTML, and etc.
- XHTML at HVCC
by Peter L. Kantor. This
site is by far the most comprehensive Web development site that I have seen.
Tags 1: W3Schools.com
Tags 2: Usage of tags and their attributes are clearly demonstrated.
Tags 3: Alphabetically sorted HTML tags and their attributes.
Tags 3: All HTML, Dynamic HTML, XHTML (HTML 4.0) tags at About.com.
Tags 5: Microsoft site with a lot of new technology.
Chart 1: Color chart with interactive text, background, font size,
and face display.
Chart 2: There are 216 colors that are considered to be safe
to use on the web. This page shows the colors and gives the values you need
to add one of them to your web page.
You have the Seattle Cental library resources at your disposal.
You can begin at the library’s homepage (http://dept.sccd.ctc.edu/cclib/).
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This site is created by Yun Moh and edited by Amber Bird. Any comment
about the site, please e-mail to YMoh@sccd.ctc.edu.