Syllabus IT 6753 Advanced Web

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Published on January 31, 2014

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Course Syllabus IT 6753 Advanced Web Concepts and Applications Section 900 Spring 2014 Southern Polytechnic State University Jack Zheng Last updated: Jan 5, 2014 Note This syllabus provides a general guideline for the conduct of this course. However, deviations may be necessary and will be notified during the semester. Course Overview This course covers advanced web concepts, applications, technologies, tools, development and management practices. The course goes beyond just development or programming, and tries to give a more complete picture of the world of the web from different aspects. The topics covered vary as the domain and the industry advance. In this semester, we will continue to focus on web 2.0 but add more coverage on mobile web development. Students who are interested in web applications or who will pursue a web developer or a webmaster career should take this advanced course to expand their understanding of different pieces of the web. Course objectives/learning outcomes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Define and discuss major concepts, applications, technologies, tools of web applications and web services, from both the business and technology perspectives. Identify and utilize best practices for web application development and management. Compare and contrast proprietary and open source web technologies and applications. Analyze emerging web technologies, applications, and business models. Plan, design, and develop a web application solution in a specific context. Course features (current semester) 1. 2. 3. Personalized term project based on your interest. New coverage on mobile web. Active learning through team blogging and blog site development. Prerequisites 1. 2. Official: IT 5101 Introduction to Database Systems and IT 5302 Introduction to Web Development Strongly recommended: IT 6203 IT Design Studio or equivalent experiences. Class meet time and location CRN 30342 (Section 900): Online Instructor Dr. Jack G. Zheng, Assistant Professor, IT Department Office: J-393A Office hours: Phone: 678-915-5036 In office (J-393A) T 10:00AM - 3:00P Email: MW 1:00 - 4:00PM Teaching style and belief Generally I follow the principles of active learning, which emphasizes on learners’ active participation and exploration. Please get more details here:   1

Course Materials and Resources Course websites: D2L  It’s important to know how to use this learning management system for: following learning modules, submitting assignments, checking grades and feedback, downloading files, participating discussion boards, etc. Please check the course site regularly for important announcements and other issues.  Textbook and readings   Required textbook: none. Required readings (from different sources) will be assigned in each learning module. Recommended book o Web 2.0 and Beyond: Principles and Technologies Other readings and resources will be suggested and posted. Check the course website regularly.  Software/hardware  We will take a look at different technologies and tools, all without any cost. Course Conduct Course Schedule The following schedule is only a tentative overview of the course structure. The more detailed and most updated schedule will be posted in D2L. Module Code Week 1 2 Date 12-Jan 19-Jan 1 Learning Module Orientation Introduction/Review 3 4 5 26-Jan 2-Feb 9-Feb A1 A2 Blog Project Web 2.0 Behaviors Web 2.0 Apps and Services 6 7 8 A3 A4 Web 2.0 Technologies Web 2.0 Business Work on term project 9 10 16-Feb 23-Feb 2-Mar 9-Mar 16-Mar 23-Mar B1 B2 Mobile Web Intro Responsive Design Start the team blog project; learn to build blog site Web 2.0 intro, ideas, and behavioral aspects Blog, Wiki, SNS, Content Sharing, etc. XML/XSLT, AJAX, Web Services, SoA, REST, Web API, etc. Business models, enterprise 2.0, etc. Start to focus on your term project; lay out plans Spring Break! Mobile web Responsive design 11 12 13 14 15 16 30-Mar 6-Apr 13-Apr 20-Apr 27-Apr 4-May B3 B4 Mobile Web Navigation Mobile Web Framework Work on term project Elective Module #1 Elective Module #2 Work on term project Mobile web navigation patterns Mobile web development frameworks Progress check on term project Complete an elective module Complete an elective module Final project report E1 E2 Topics/Activities Web as a platform and IS infrastructure Learning Modules Each module provides a study guide which detailed learning objectives, readings, and tasks. It’s critical to follow these study guides. The time to complete each module varies. Generally, modules are designed on an average of 8 to 12 hours to complete (for most of the people who have met the prerequisites), depending on individual background and prior experiences. The required readings of each module should be completed by the planned date. All module tasks should be completed within a week from the corresponding class date. Elective modules will be posted later. You just need to choose any two and complete the tasks specified in the study guides. 2

Grading Item Points Term project 30 Team blog project 30 Quiz and assignment 30 Discussion Participation 10 Total 100 More details about each item will be provided separately. Total =>90 =>80 =>70 =>60 <60 Grade A B C D F Participation and attendance For online sections, please read the “Online Class Guide”, a separate supplemental document detailing online course conducts and participation policies. For a hybrid class, a part of the learning is also expected to be conducted online. General Policies Communication The best communication is face to face communication in the classroom and my office. We can also use emails, discussion boards, office phone, and D2L Chat when we cannot meet face to face. Email Policy 1. Email is a great way of communication if you write the email subject like this: it6753 – your real subject 2. Per FERPA regulation, please use your university email to communicate with instructors. This can verify you identity and protect privacy. I reserve the right not to reply any email that I cannot verify sender's identity. Emails without proper subject line or unverified sender address are likely to be categorized as spam, and are NOT guaranteed to be replied. Student work submission All assignments will be posted in D2L. Submission instructions will be given for each individual assignment. Not following these submission instructions will result in point deduction. Check D2L for the due date of each required submission. Late submission is generally allowed but with up to 20% penalty. Generally, no submission is allowed outside the D2L system unless explicitly instructed to do so. Be sure to submit the work well ahead of due time. Excuses like website or computer error will not be accepted after the due date. Grades and re-grading Grades will be posted in D2L, generally within a week from the due date. If you think there is an error, make a re-grading request by e-mail within one (1) week of grade posting. Please make a follow-up appointment (via e-mail) to meet the instructor during office hours for review of the results of any reassessment. A request for reassessment will not be granted if more than two weeks have passed since the grade in question was posted. Check your grades in D2L regularly. Bonus points There may be a maximum of 5 bonus points to your overall grade. Bonus points are offered with assignments and exams. Details will be given in each assignment/exam. Curve The instructor reserves the right to decide if there will be any curving of grades and how much per each grading item. Make-ups NO make-ups will be given if you miss a test or an in-class exercise for reasons other than a documented religious observance, a documented illness, or a documented work-related reason. 3

Announcement Important announcements will be made to the class electronically through the D2L News as well as in class sessions. It is important that you check your D2L account regularly for announcements, new assignments, grade postings, and other discussions. University Policies Academic Honesty SPSU values academic integrity. Therefore all students must understand the meaning and consequences of cheating, plagiarism and other academic offenses. Work submitted for this course must represent your own efforts. Copying assignments or tests, or allowing others to copy your work, will not be tolerated. Note that introducing syntactic changes into a copied program is still considered plagiarism. The grade for all involved parties for any course work (homework, assignment, project, programming, or test) will be zero if plagiarism is evidenced. Academic dishonesty is an extremely serious offense. All cases of academic dishonesty will be dealt with in accordance with the policies of the University as published in the Undergraduate Catalog and Graduate Student Handbook. Penalties may include expulsion from the University. “A faculty member reserves the right to remove any student from his or her course if the student’s behavior is of a disruptive nature or if there is evidence of academic dishonesty.” (SPSU Catalog) SPSU has an Honor Code and a new procedure relating to when academic misconduct is alleged. All students should be aware of them. Information about the Honor Code and the misconduct procedure may be found at Disability Statement “A student at Southern Polytechnic State University who has a disabling condition and needs academic accommodations has a responsibility to voluntarily identify him/herself as having a disability by scheduling an appointment with the Disability Services Coordinator as soon as possible.” (SPSU Catalog). The coordinator can be contacted at 678-915-7244 4

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