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INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY

ORLANDO, FL

Master Course Outline


Course Title:

Web Design II

Course
Number:

DESIGN210

Instructor
Name:

Gary Dufner

Instructor Email
and Contact
Information:

gdufner@iadt.edu

407
-
902
-
4603


Credit/Clock
Hours:



4
Credit Hours

50
Contact Hours

Course Length:


10 Weeks

Course
Schedule:

Term 3
:

2013: June 10
-
August 17, 2013

Monday

8am
-
1
pm, Room
115

Unit of
Academic
Measurement
(Select One):

____

Clock Hours

__
X
_

Quarter System

____

Semester System

Prerequisites:

DESIGN
2
10
-

Web Design
2

Course
Description:

Students will be introd
uced to the concepts governing w
ebsite design
and implementation. Students will explore a number of design
problems, including:
inte
rface design, navigation, look and

feel and
design process.

Learning
Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:



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Instructional
Methods:




Case St
udy

Collaborative Learning



Debate


Demonstration



Didactic Questioning

Drill and Practice



Experimentation

Field Trip



Games

Inquiry



Lectures


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Large Group Discussion

Multimedia



Observation

Problem

Solving



Research

Role Playing



Simulation

Text Presentation



T
hreaded Discussion


Course
Website

Course materials can be found on the portal ‘Class Content’ area
.

Grades can be found on student portal.

Email Account

Students will be provided with a personal email account upon
admission to the program (e.g.
JohnDoe22@IADTOnline.com
).
Students are responsible for checking this email account, as it will be
used for purposes of communication between instructor and student.


Required

Textbook(s)

Negrino, T. &

Smith, D. (2012).
Dreamweaver CS6
: Visual Quickstart
Guide
. Berkeley, CA: Peachpit Press.

ISBN
-
13:
9780321822529

Optional
Textbook(s)

N/A

Please note that optional textbooks and resources are not part of tuition bundling.
These resources are suggested,
not required for the course, and are purchased by
the student at his or her discretion.

Additional
Required
Resources &
Supplies:

Purchase Domain Name &
Web hosting service

Recordable media

External storage device


thumb drive/ flash drive/ external hard

drive






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Assessment
Criteria:



Assessment Exercise

Percentage of Total
Grade

Projects



Examinations / Quizzes

Professional Participation




Classroom Activities and Participation

65
%

20
%

5%

10%


TOTAL

100%

Grading Scale

Letter Code

Description and Percentage Range

A

100
-

90

B

89
-

80

C

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established by the Institution including laboratory work,
internships, practicum, studio work, and other academic work
leading to the award of credit hours.

Attendance:

Regular classroom attendanc
e is not only an essential ingredient for
academic achievement, but it is also a fundamental building block for
success. Students who do not achieve satisfactory attendance may
earn a failing grade on their transcripts and may be required to
repeat the cou
rse. Absences will include tardiness or early
departures. Students who are not in attendance for any portion of a
class will accrue time absent calculated in percentage increments of
25, 50, or 100 percent of the class period as reflected on each daily
ros
ter. Students who have been absent from all their scheduled
classes for more than 14 consecutive calendar days, not including
scheduled Institutional holidays or breaks, and/or students who
officially withdraw from all current courses may be administrative
ly
withdrawn from the Institution. Students in any of the internship
courses are required to complete all scheduled hours and record
attendance throughout the scheduled course to achieve satisfactory
attendance.

Attendance/

Course
Participation

for Onlin
e
Courses:

Class attendance, preparation, and participation are integral
components to a student’s academic success. In an online course,
engagement with the course content, with the instructor, and with
other students characterizes “attendance.” Attendan
ce becomes part
of the student’s permanent record, contributes to academic success,
and is the basis for the proper administration of financial aid.
Students are strongly encouraged to engage with the course content
for purposes of completing assignments a
nd knowledge checks and
for knowledgably contributing to online discussions with their
instructor and with their peers. Failure to engage with course
content, with the instructor and/or with peers may adversely impact
student academic success. Students who

fail to meet the
requirements for posting attendance in all scheduled online courses
for more than 14 consecutive calendar days may be administratively
withdrawn from the Institution. Absences of five days or more have
been correlated with increased risk
of not successfully completing a
course.

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the online environment, review required reading materials, use the
library and other resources, view videos, and complete other
academically relate
d activities supporting learning. Specifically,
completion of the following activities constitutes attendance in the
online learning environment:

• Submission of an assignment

• Submission to the course gallery

• Completion of a knowledge check/quiz/exam

• Participation in a discussion board

Each recorded attendance will have a grade associated with the
activity.





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INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY

ORLANDO, FL

Course Policies

DESIGN210 Web Design II


ATTENDANCE
:

Attendance will be taken at every class meeting.
Although attendance does
not directly affect your grade, a record of it will be taken each time the class
meets. Should you be absent, no participation points will be awarded for that
day’s activities. Wh
en absent, you will be contacted by telephone or email by
the instructor. Should you have a documented emergency that requires your
absence please follow the steps below:

1)

Contact the instructor as much in advance as possible.

2)

Alternatively, contact your A
cademic Advisor

FASHION DESIGN & MERCHANDISING, GRAPHIC DESIGN, GAME PRODUCTION ACADEMIC
ADVISOR:

Bernard Austin
.

Tel: 407.515.2579 Email:
baustin@iadt.edu

ADVERTISING & MARKETING, DIGITAL MEDIA, INTERIOR DESIGN, I
NFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY, RETAIL MERCHANDISE MANAGEMENT, WEB DESIGN

ACADEMIC ADVISOR:

Paris McBean.

Tel. 407.513.6300 Email:
pmcbean@iadt.edu


3)

Attempt to turn in any deliverables
prior

to your absence.

4)

Submit documentation to Design Department Chair, Sharon Smith in
room 209 upon your return to campus.

CLASS
PARTICIPATION


Participation is a requirement.
Being an active member of the classroom is
important for a successful learning environment.
Please come to class on time,
prepared, and inquisitive. Class participation activities and discussions are
usually assignments given by the instructor to be completed during class time
as well as peer critique sessions. To obtain full participation poin
ts, be prepared
to complete these assignments, ask questions, and engage in class and group
discussion. Note that you must physically be in the classroom/lab to receive
Class Participation points.

Participation points can be negatively affected by, but no
t limited to, the
following list:



Being late for class



Taking extended breaks



Arriving unprepared (without your materials


book, pen, journal, sewing
materials, etc.)



Disrupting class (cell phones, unrelated conversation, etc.)



Being disrespectful to clas
smates or the instructor



Using social networking websites (Facebook, MySpace, or Twitter) in
class time.

STUDENT
CONDUCT:

Classroom disruptions of any kind are not tolerated. All mobile devices should
be turned
off
or set to silent for the entire class meeting. Limit any phone calls,
text messaging, and email to class break times. Children are not allowed in
class at any time. All students are expected to conduct themselves in a
professional manner at all times wh
ile respecting the rights of others and are
held responsible for conforming to the laws of the national, state, and local
governments. The Academy reserves the right to dismiss a student for disruptive
behavior, posing a danger to the health or welfare of

students or members of
the Academy community, or failure to comply with all policies and procedures
of the Academy.

ACADEMIC
INTEGRITY:

Any student who engages in academic dishonesty may be subject to
disciplinary action (up to and including dismissal).

Examples of academic
dishonesty include, but are not limited to:





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Cheating


Cheating includes, but is not limited to, the following: using
unauthorized notes, study aids, or electronic or other devices not
authorized by the instructor; using or borrowing
information from
another person, or submitting someone else’s work as one’s own work;
using work previously submitted for another purpose, without the
instructor’s permission, is prohibited; and duplicated use of copyrighted
material in violation of U.S. f
ederal copyright laws will not be tolerated.



Plagiarism


Submitting as one’s own work, in whole or in part, words,
ideas, art, designs, text, drawings, etc. that were produced by another
person without attributing that person as the rightful source of the

work.
Plagiarism also includes, but is not limited to: using words, word
passages, pictures, etc. without acknowledgement; paraphrasing ideas
without quotation marks or without citing the source; submitting work
that resembles someone else’s beyond what w
ould be considered a
tolerable coincidence; ideas, conclusions, or information found on a
student paper that the student cannot explain, amplify, or demonstrate
knowledge of upon questioning.



Copyright Infringement


The right to reproduce or distribute a
copyrighted work is the exclusive right of the copyright owner. One must
seek permission from the copyright owner to reproduce or distribute a
copyrighted work. This applies to file
-
sharing as well. It is an infringement
of copyright to download or upload
substantial parts of copyrighted
work without the authority of the copyright owner. (Section 106 of the
Copyright Act, Title 17 of the United States Code).



Accessory to Dishonesty


Knowingly and willfully supplying material or
information to another pers
on for the purpose of using the material or
information improperly.



Falsification or Alteration of Records and Official Documents
-

The
following are examples of acts under this category, but the list is not
exhaustive: altering academic records; forging a

signature or
authorization on an academic document; or falsifying information on
official documents, grade reports, or any other document designed to
attest to compliance with school regulation or to exempt from
compliance.



Software Code of Ethics


Unaut
horized duplication of copyrighted
computer software violates the law and is contrary to our Institution’s
standards of conduct.

Discipline Actions to be taken by the campus if the student is found to have
committed one of the above offenses:

First Offense



Student receives a Zero on the assignment.

Second Offense



Student will fail the class in which the incident occurred. The
second offense is implemented regardless of which course the student
committed the first offense.

Third Offense


Student will b
e withdrawn for that term.

Fourth Offense



Student is expelled from IADT


Orlando and cannot return.





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PUNCTUALITY


Class will begin on time
, so it is imperative you make every effort to arrive by
the scheduled start time. All deliverables are due at t
he beginning of class,
unless otherwise stated by the instructor. Any deliverable turned in fifteen (15)
minutes or more past the start of class will be considered late. Proper
communication and advanced instructor notification may assist with late
penal
ties.

WORK HAND IN
POLICY

All work must be ready to present and turn in
at the beginning of class
. It is not
permitted to work on a lab computer, or leave the class to print assignments
while assignment presentations are in progress.

L
ATE
W
ORK
:

All
assignments and projects (collectively referred to as deliverables) are due
on the date specified by the instructor, generally at the beginning of class,
unless otherwise stated. Deliverables submitted after this due date/time will
receive the following p
enalties:

Up to 1 week late =
-
20% deduction from assignment grade

Up to 2 weeks late =
-
40% deduction from assignment grade.

Late deliverables will only be accepted up to
two weeks

following the original
due date. Any work submitted past this
assignment
due
date will not be
graded.


Penalties may be waived at the discretion of the instructor for students who
supply sufficient
written

documentation from a credible source (doctor, police
officer, etc.)For an excused absence. Examples of an excused absenc
e
include, but are not limited to: death in the family, hospitalization, mandatory
court appearance. Examples of non
-
excused absence include, but are not
limited to: work schedule conflict, could not find a sitter, and could not find a
ride to school.
Docu
mentation is to be provided to the Lead Faculty or
Department Chair no later than the class meeting following the absence which
is excused
.

M
AKE
-
UP
WORK
:

At the instructor’s discretion, make
-
up work may be permitted with official
written documentation o
f an excused absence or advance arrangements. It is
the sole responsibility of the student to request these arrangements, and it is the
instructor’s prerogative to approve or deny this request.

B
ACK
-
UP
WORK
:

It is the student’s responsibility to effecti
vely save and back up all work. It is
suggested that multiple devices be used to back up work as computer failure
or corruption is not an acceptable excuse for late or missing deliverables.
Please make use of websites such as
www.dropbox.com

as a free source for
backing up your work.

S
TUDENTS WITH
DISABILITIES

Students with disabilities covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act should
register with the Office of Disabled Student Services by contacting Dr. Rose
Van
Alstine


rvanalstine@iadt.edu
. Prior to the end of the first week of class, any
students requiring academic accommodations must provide documentation
to the instructor indicating registration with the Office

of Disabled Student
Services and any appropriate accommodations.

CLASSROOM
DISRUPTIONS


Please turn off all electronic devices.
This is an educational institution, and as
such

disruptions will not be tolerated
.
All cell phones, pagers, PDAs
, and other
communicational devices must be turned off or set to silent. Please take note
that vibrate is NOT a silent setting. Please limit return calls/emails/text messages
to class break time only. Observe school policy at all times. Children, pets,

hairstylists, and personal assistants are not allowed in the classroom. Any
violation of these policies will negatively affect your Class Participation points.

FINAL GRADE
POSTING:

No extensions can be given at the end of a term. Final grades are post
ed to
the portal within 24 hours of the week 10 class ending. Follow the Grade
Grievance procedure below should you wish to appeal final grades.

GRADE
A Petition for Grade Appeal (available from the Registrar in room 101) must be
submitted to t
he Registrar within the first two (2) weeks of the subsequent term.




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GRIEVANCE:

It is recommended that all supporting course work is submitted with the Grade
Appeal Form and supporting documentation. If the student is not satisfied with
the outcome of this appeal, the

student may appeal to the Academic Review
Board within six (6) weeks of the date of the initial petition. To initiate action on
the part of the Academic Review Board, the student should address their
concerns and submit in writing to the Registrar’s Offi
ce.

It is
not

assumed an appealed grade will convert to a passing grade; therefore,
if the appealed course is a prerequisite for a course scheduled in

the
upcoming term, it may affect the student’s schedule.


FOOD & DRINK:


No food or drink is allowed in the classroom
with the exception of SCREW TOP
BOTTLES. This policy will be strictly followed. Please limit your consumption of
any food items or beverages in open containers to the scheduled break
periods outside of the cla
ssroom.






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Syllabus Agreement Form


I, ________________________________, (p
rint name) have read
and understand the
syllabus issued for
DESIGN210 Web Design
II
. I agree to adhere to all policy and procedure including, but not
limited to guidelines
pertaining to academic dishonesty,
submission of late work, homework requirements and the filing of
grade grievances.



Signed________________________ Date ___________






Student Contact Information


Full Name
______________________________________________________________


Mailing Address_________________________________________________________



_________________________________________________________


Home Telephone Number___________
____________________________________


Cellular Telephone Number_____________________________________________


Alternate Telephone Number____________________________________________

(work, parent, etc.)


Personal Email Address_______________________________
___________________