Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Collaborate with others using Web Services and Wikis to create and share information resources.
- Understand the Basics of XML to create well-formed and valid XML documents and to understand Meta Data schemas.
- Create and upload HTML Web pages that are standards compliant and contain relative and absolute links, tables, images and embedded video or data widgets.
- Demonstrate use of a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) program to transfer html, image and/or other files/documents to a web server.
- Explain the importance and process of proper HTML document creation, and the issues of browser support and bandwidth restrictions in regards to website design.
- Design external Cascading Style Sheets that control the layout and visual appearance of a set of Web pages.
- Create simple HyperText Markup Language (HTML) pages for information delivery via the WWW. Such pages should include use of HTML for structure, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for formatting and/or layout, and HTML Tables or DIVs for layout/structure.
- Record screencasts and Work with Different Media Types, such as images, audio and video, and perform file conversions.
- Understand the Basics of Scripting Languages, such as PHP, to create simple and useful scripts.
- Create a Database Application using MySQL that shows information organized into one or more Tables, a data entry Form, multiple Queries for simple information retrieval, and one or more Reports for the presentation of information.
- Evaluate an Open Source Software Tool and understand the advantages and disadvantages of using such tools in a library or business setting.