IT 350

Web and Internet Programming

Fall 2012

Learning Objectives:

  1. To be familiar with and understand the importance of web standards.
  2. To be able to design and develop interactive, client-side web applications.
  3. To be able to design and develop server-side web applications.
  4. To be able to explain how the client-server model of Internet programming works.
  5. To be able to describe and apply human-computer interaction principles such as affordances, conceptual model, and feedback to design and implementation of a web-based application.
  6. To be able to describe sources of accessibility guidelines and standards, and the impact of these guidelines on designing computer-based applications.
  7. To be able to evaluate ethical issues involving web privacy.
  8. To be able to successfully complete team-based projects.

Final Exam

Comprehensive final written exam. Saturday Dec 15 at 0755 in MI223


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