COAP:COAP-3000

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COAP-3000
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2018/04/23
Objectives
  • Create a Cascading Style Sheet,
  • Use linked,
  • embedded,
  • and inline styles,
  • Create a cross-browser Web site,
  • Display dynamic contents in a Web browser,
  • Display special effects,
  • Create a more advanced Web page,
  • Use JavaScript libraries to create visualizations and interactive animations
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Objectives

  • Create a Cascading Style Sheet,
  • Use linked,
  • embedded,
  • and inline styles,
  • Create a cross-browser Web site,
  • Display dynamic contents in a Web browser,
  • Display special effects,
  • Create a more advanced Web page,
  • Use JavaScript libraries to create visualizations and interactive animations



1 Introduction

This is a resource page for a dynamic and interactive HTML class at Webster University, Geneva. This is not the official syllabus nor the official program. See the (closed) Worldclassroom (Canevas).

Major overall goal
  • Create dynamic, animated and interactive web pages with HTML5, CSS and JavaScript

Official course level goals:

  1. Create a Cascading Style Sheet
  2. Use linked, embedded, and inline styles
  3. Create a cross-browser Web site
  4. Display dynamic contents in a Web browser
  5. Display special effects
  6. Create a more advanced Web page

Technically speaking, this translates to:

  1. Learn HTML5 and CSS3
  2. Learn how to use JavaScript libraries

2 Weekly programs

(including homework, exams and term project)

The program will be adjusted to the audience

3 Most important resources

4 Homework, exams and breakdown

Students are evaluated through a series of project work (seven deliverables), two exams, and participation.

  • Five best mini-projects 40%
  • Midterm 10%
  • Final 20%
  • Term Project and screencast 20%
  • Participation / attendance 10%


Grading Scale

I will use a 4 point scale to grade each of your work. It is somewhat similar to the GPA scale. At the end of the course I will compute a weighted average of all your work and then covert the number into a letter grade.

The following table shows how to interpret a number grade and how I will compute your final grade at the end of the course. E.g. a number grade of 3.2 is a B+, a number grade of 3.4 is a weak A+.

Letter Scale                       US test score scale
A+	4.0	Excellent           100.00
A	3.8	Very good	     92.00
A-	3.5	Almost very good     89.00
B+	3.1	Pretty good	     85.00
B	2.8	Good	             82.00
B-	2.5	Reasonably good	     79.00
C+	2.1	Fair	             75.00
C	1.8	Rather weak / minim. 72.00
C-	1.5	Minimalist / Weak    69.00
D+	1.1	Very weak            65.00
D	0.8	Pass	             62.00
F	0.7	Fail	             61.00