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
Official course level goals:
- 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
Technically speaking, this translates to:
- Learn HTML5 and CSS3
2 Weekly programs
(including homework, exams and term project)
The program will be adjusted to the audience
3 Most important resources
- HTML5 for Masterminds, Revised 2nd Edition. In case you would like to play with the code in the book see online code.
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%
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