2020-2021 Catalog and Student Handbook 
    Apr 23, 2021  
2020-2021 Catalog and Student Handbook
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CIT 154B - Dynamic Web Applications

Credits: 3
Hands-on exploration of Web applications such as wikis, blogs, syndication methods, podcasting, social networking, virtual worlds, online video and image sharing, and web based office applications. In-depth examination of these increasingly pervasive Web 2.0 applications and of their implications and potential for many career fields. Students projects showcased in electronic portfolios (optional).

Student Learning Outcomes
  1. Build and maintain a blog that includes syndication, reader interaction, multimedia and links to related blogs and web pages.
  2. Build and maintain a wiki that includes links to related sites and accepts additional information from readers.
  3. Use a web based word processor and spreadsheet and presentation package.
  4. Search for, evaluate, download and run multimedia for a given topic.
  5. Post original contributions using at least two of the following applications: podcasting, social networking, virtual worlds, video/image sharing application.
  6. Promote the sites so they can be found in various search engines.
  7. Explain the benefits of using web-based applications in a current or future career field (i.e. marketing, human resources, teaching, customer support, construction, web design, networking, legal assistant, etc.).
  8. Package the material created during the semester into a cohesive unit that can be showcased as an electronic portfolio to accompany resumes or to demonstrate the benefits of adopting Web 2.0 applications (optional).

Prerequisite: IS 100B  or IS 101 ; or Instructor approval

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