Programming: Logic, Design and Implementation (CIS120/17)

Weekly Schedule

If when I return an assignment you do not get a grade it means that you have to go over the assignment and fix and resubmit. Remember, all assignments including inclass assignments must be done by everyone. There is no makeup on quizzes and tests (some tests are accepted late - check).

Schedule by week or unit Information to cover
Please note that the first assignment is at the bottom of the list posted here. You should do the work in order! I may add to the weekly schedule during the course of the week, so please check back multiple times. Please keep copies of all work you submit until you receive your final grade at the end of the semester. Play computer means to figure out the results yourself by evaluating the data rather than running the query.
Remember that I tape all my classes and capture notes on the Smartboard in the spring and fall. The recordings (audio) and the Smartboard are available for summer students to use under Audio and Smartboard.
HELP schedule Check during and after the first week of school.
Week #1
Week of January 20th
Lots of information this week!
Each week, I will post information prior to the start of the Tuesday class. Please check back several times during the week because I may add information and/or assignments as the week progresses. I am setting up extra labs where students can come for questions and help - the schedule is not available yet but I will be available in my office (K-112) around 2:00 on Thursday this week. If you are just starting as a CIS major, I recommend that you double check your fall schedule with me if you have questions.
You will be getting invitations and login information in the next few weeks at your BCC email acount. Please be sure to check for them.
After each class (usually that night or the next day), I post the Smartboard notes and the audio of the class. If you were not in class or have questions, please look at the Smartboard notes and listen to the accompanying audio.
I leave up the Smartboard Notes and audio lectures from previous semesters since much of the material is the similar. You should look up Smartboard presentations on topics that you want to go over.
I record most of the classes where I deliver a lecture so you should always assume that the class is being recorded. If you want to know, just ask! I then post the audio and the Smartboard notes so you can follow and/or review what happened in class.
We will start looking at HTML/HTML5 to develop a web page this week. Please look at the samples under Examples.
These are the pages you need to go over and understand:
HTML5intro.html
HTML5list.html
HTML5linkpage.html
HTML5CSSlist.html
HTML5headers.html
HTML5CSSheaders.html
HTML5CSSimage.html
HTML5centeredimage.html
HTML5CSStable.html
HTML5CSScenteredtable.html
HTML5morelinks.html
fileInSubHTML5.html
There is an HTML presentation that also looks at writing code with HTML. It is under presentations and it is zipped.
Note that it does not use examples with the optional DOCTYPE on the first line.
A great reference for writing HTML is W3Schools
Note that I will not always repeat the address here in the week of - I will just point you to where it can be found.
Please note that this class used to be CIS17 and some of the handouts will say CIS17, that is why I refer to the class as CIS120/CIS17.
Remember that the CSS (College Success Strategies) skills are embedded in this course. For example time management and learning style readings will help you to write the web page introducing yourself and telling me how you are going to handle your time and use your knowledge about learning styles to be successful in this course. If you complete this course, you do not have to take the College Success Strategies course.
For us there are two definitions of CSS - one is the College Success Strategies and one is Cascading Style Sheets.
Here are some links where you can find information on HTML and CSS:
I frequently search with the word "tutorial" and the subject when I want basic information.
HTML:
http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_intro.asp
http://www.tizag.com/htmlT/
http://www.html.net/tutorials/html/
Cascading Style Sheets:
http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp/
http://www.tizag.com/cssT/
www.csstutorial.net/
Remember that to see the code you wrote, right click and view source. I used Firefox to make my examples.
A member of the last class found this article interesting:
Improve your time management
Assignments:
All assignments must be turned in using the email addresses that I sent you.
Assignments are due the Thursday of the week after they are assigned. So assignments for this week are due next Thursday, January 30th.
There is also an Assignment Summary (look under Weekly Schedule in the menu on the left).
We will be looking at soft skills later in the semester and as a foundation for that, I want you to take this survey:
Survey
Send me an email letting me know you have taken it.
Your assignment for this week:
HTML page to introduce yourself (needs to include CSS)
I should clarify that you should use a lot of the HTML in the examples so you should use things like lists, tables, images, CSS etc to get the best grade. If you use extra HTML that you research and use to create the page you need to explain the commands for extra credit.
Also extra credit for having more than one page and linking them.
Email me if you have questions!

Send e-mail to Priscilla Grocer (if you have or are taking a course, use the email you were given for the class):
Priscilla.Grocer@bristolcc.edu

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