Fall 2013 (Section #7190)
Online Course Information Page
to the class introduction page for Web Design, ART 1035. This page
refers to the online class being held in Fall 2013. To register for
this course, please visit the College's registration site at College of
the Siskiyous Enrollment Services Office. Please read the following
information and contact the instructor via email, James Gilmore (email@example.com),
if you have any questions. Make sure you use a descriptive subject
line for your email so it doesn't get accidentally deleted as spam.
THIS IS IMPORTANT:
You MUST have access to the Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 software in
order to take this class! If you have a version of Adobe Dreamweaver CS6
you may use it, but it will be up to YOU to figure out the slight
differences, as your instructor (that's me) will using CS5.
- Earlier versions of Adobe Dreamweaver WILL NOT suffice for this class.
- If you wish to use the McCloud Hall computer lab on the Weed campus, please contact your instructor ASAP!
- Please buy the software ASAP, as we will be moving quickly!
THIS IS ALSO IMPORTANT:
The textbook for this class is Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 Classroom in a Book, Adobe Press, 2010, ISBN: 0321701771. No other textbook will be allowed, so please order this book ASAP. We will begin using it by week three.
Class begins on Monday, August 19, 2013 and ends on December 19, 2013.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Define terms associated with the World Wide Web and the hypertext markup language.
- Demonstrate an understanding of basic art concepts and web page design principles.
- Demonstrate awareness of design considerations that affect web
page construction including audience, browser version, and cross
- Demonstrate knowledge of how to design and create effective and structured web pages .
View the complete syllabus.
- Office Hours:
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org but it is much better to send me a Private Message from within
Etudes. In any case I will reply as soon as possible. My
office is located in the McCloud Hall 6 on the Weed Campus-my office
hours will be announced by the first week of the Fall semester.
- Time Expectations: Expect to spend approximately six to ten hours per week over the semester. You will be required to participate each
week and you should check on the site several times each week to keep
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 Classroom in a Book, Adobe Press, 2010, ISBN: 0321701771
Is an online course right for you?
Online courses are more convennt
than traditional face-to-face courses, but they are usually more
difficult and require more time and effort. You should be
comfortable using the internet, managing files on your computer, and
have good time management skills. Since this class is complete in six
weeks, you will need to be ready to go on the first day of
- You must have a reliable internet connection and a backup plan just in case your first connection is not available.
- You will be participating in class and
submitting some assignments as attachments for the games and some as
- You should know how to use your internet
browser program, including making the necessary adjustments as
outlined in the System Requirements tab on the main Etudes gateway
- You should review the "Online Survival Guide", which will go over the significant commitment that an online course requires.
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