Date First Offered:
- Total Hours: 45
- Lecture Hours: 45
This course is offered online:
- English Prerequisite - English 10 or ENG 030 (Grade 12 recommended)
- HTML Basics
- Adding Hypertext Links,
- Designing a Web Page,
- Designing a Web Page with Tables,
- Using Frames in a Web Site,
- Creating Web Page Forms,
- Cascading Style Sheets I
- Cascading Style Sheets II
- Multimedia Elements,
- XML and XHTML,
- Final Review
Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to:
- Describe the basic functionality of XML and XHTML
- Code a basic web page using a basic text editor
- Program lists, tables, client side image maps, frames, embedded objects, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
- Evaluate web pages using various validation tools and services
- Use basic techniques to improve web page readability and functionality
- Discuss the future of Web Development
- Explore and discuss current issues in Web Development
Number of Assignments:
- Final Exam: 30 %
- Midterm Exam: 20 %
- Quizzes and Tests: 20 %
- Assignments: 30 %
Nature of Participation:
Percentage of Individual Work:
- Online Discussion boards and meetings
Course Offered in Other Programs:
- The letter grade assigned will be determined by the college at which the student is registered.
- As this is an on-line course, attendance requires participation in the course, not time in a classroom. However, students must ensure that they complete their required participation in online discussions and other similar assignments
- Occasionally, online meeting/discussion forums times may be arranged in conjunction with the students availability.
- Quizzes and periodic tests must be written when scheduled for the class. This policy may be modified should the student submit written documentation, acceptable to the department, supporting a valid reason for missing the quiz or test (i.e. family or personal emergency, etc.). If an approved alternate quiz or test is not available or cannot be scheduled, the weighting of the final exam may be adjusted to compensate at the discretion of the instructor. The student will not successfully complete the course without passing the final exam and completing at least 50% of scheduled quizzes and tests.
- Late assignments will not be marked without the student having made prior arrangements with the instructor.
- Plagiarism is the presentation of another person's words, ideas, interpretations, insights, or order of points as your own. All work submitted must be your own words and content, and not written by a tutor or friend. Whenever you use sources for an essay, or assignment, you must avoid plagiarism by documenting them. The NLC College calendar establishes procedures for plagiarised assignments.
- Incomplete grades will be governed by the policies of NLC on this issue.
- Any student found either making copies of our diskettes or network files, or using an unauthorized copy of our programs will be required to withdraw from this course. A second offence in any course may result in an automatic expulsion from the program.
- Students registered in the Information and Communication Technology program are guided by the policies and procedures of their registering college. You are encouraged to review the policy definitions and guidelines of the college at which you are registered. You can view these policies and procedures by visiting your college's website or by contacting the Program Coordinator.
- Required - Carey, P., New Perspectives on HTML and XHTML (Comprehensive) 5th Edition