CIS 212 covers design and production of Web sites using Adobe Dreamweaver, an industry standard application for Web development. Past students describe the class as exciting and rewarding.
Examples of student work show what students are able to do by the end of the course.
Learn Online or Face-to-Face
CIS 212 is offered online and face-to-face. Jodi Reed will teach the online section and the Tuesday face-to-face hybrid section in the spring 2014 semester.
Online students need to have access to a reliable computer with a broadband Internet connection and Dreamweaver CS 5.5 or CS6. (If you get CC, you should be able to download version CS6). See How an Online Class Works for details.
Jodi uses Moodle for class management (quizzes, grades, turning in work, discussion). Moodle accounts are set up the weekend before classes begin. All course Web pages link to the Moodle login. Let Jodi know if you are unable to log in to Moodle after the first day of class with your college user name (usually first.last) and password changeme.
Fall classes begin January 27th. The course materials will be ready once the semester begins. Please send me an email once you enroll. I'll send a welcome email with instructions once the semester begins, so let me know if you don't get instructions by the first day of class. The welcome email is sent from Moodle to the email address you provided to WebAdvisor.
Here's what you can do in JANUARY before class begins:
- Add the course if you have not done so. Please do this ASAP -- this will add you to the roster. You cannot add the class late. Use WebAdvisor to add this class.
- Send Jodi an e-mail after you enroll.
- Please confirm your WebAdvisor email address. (Do you need to see how to change your WebAdvisor address?)
- Purchase textbooks and start reading. See the syllabus for textbook information.
- Look for a welcome email once the semester begins. LET ME KNOW if you don't get a welcome email.
- ONLINE STUDENTS:
- YOU MUST HAVE ACCESS TO DREAMWEAVER CS5.5 or DREAMWEAVER CS6 TO COMPLETE THE CLASS! See the syllabus for information about academic pricing.
- Schedule 5-9 hours a week to complete class work.
It will probably take a few weeks to get used to how things are done. Plan to spend a little extra time at first and don't hesitate to email or stop in during office hours if you feel lost.