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Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Internet/Web Development Level I-A
Course: CIS133AA

First Term: 2011 Fall
Lec + Lab   1 Credit(s)   2 Period(s)   1.7 Load  
Subject Type: Occupational
Load Formula: S

Description: Overview of the Internet and its resources. Hands-on experience with various Internet communication tools

MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Define and distinguish between the Internet and the World Wide Web (WWW). (I)
2. Identify common uses of the Internet/WWW. (I)
3. Explain the concepts of culture, ethics, and privacy as they relate to the Internet/WWW. (I)
4. Describe procedures and requirements for connecting to the Internet/WWW. (II)
5. Describe key technologies used by the Internet/WWW. (III)
6. Identify and use popular asynchronous communication services available on the Internet/WWW. (IV, V)
7. Demonstrate Browser Basics. (V)
8. Use various research information and resources available on the Internet/WWW. (VI)
9. Create a Basic Home Page with HTML. (VII)
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Internet Philosophy, Culture, and Norms
   A. Definition of the Internet
   B. Uses of the Internet
   C. Ethics and codes of conduct
   D. Privacy issues
   E. Governance
II. Connecting to the Internet
   A. Public dial-up sources
   B. Cable
   C. DSL
   D. Wireless
III. Key Technologies Used by the Internet/WWW
   A. Client/server
   B. TCP/IP
IV. Asynchronous Internet Communication Services
   A. Electronic mail programs
   B. Electronic mail addressing conventions
V. Browser Basics
   A. Web Browser Software
   B. Web Site Addressing
   C. Bookmark or Favorite
      1. Creating
      2. Management
   D. Browser Options
      1. Preferences
      2. Catching
      3. Appearances
VI. Research Information and Resources on the Internet/WWW
   A. Guidelines
   B. Tools
   C. Search Engines
   D. Directories
VII. Home Pages
   A. Basic HTML codes
   B. Enhancement Codes
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:  11/23/2004

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