CAPP 498C Course Syllabus
Web Site Management
| An in-depth survey of Web site maintenance for small businesses. Topics include exploring and surveying Web tools, including scripting, servers, editors, image manipulation tools, utilities, and traffic analysis. Focus is on Internet security and e-commerce issues.
With the unprecedented convergence we are witnessing today of traditional and new media toward the Web, and with the Web becoming the standard medium for information dissemination and exchange, it's crucial to learn and distinguish the factors that make a Web presence successful. Content that ranges from small business information to large corporate databases will continue to be deployed and managed as Web pages. Businesses of all sizes and types will be able to leverage their intellectual assets and market their products worldwide.
The influence of the Web on our society is tremendous. In fact, it is so great that it is shaping a new economy for our country and many others around the world. This course recognizes the magnitude of the Web and will help you understand the approach, methodology, and tools that power Web sites, e-commerce, and security. The benefits of acquiring such awareness will no doubt be advantageous to everyone regardless of profession and career choices.
Prerequisites: CAPP 385 and 386, or equivalent.
|After completing this course, you should be able to:
|The course is presented in the following six modules:
|The standard UMUC grading scheme is shown below:
|The major project is a Web site Development Plan, which must include:
Choice and rationalization for each of the following:
The course has 7 assigned papers addressing these topics individually. The final project will combine these 7 papers into a final and full web site proposal from planning to budgeting. Specific information on the 7 papers may be found here.
|Please refer to the Web Tycho for scheduling specifics|
|Jim Clauson, CyberEducator
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