CSCI 165: Introduction to the Internet and the World Wide Web

Second Half of Winter 2021 (S1), CC

Lecture
Mon 08:00-09:50;
Wed 09:00-09:50;
Location:
Online using Zoom
Columbia College Main Campus
Office Hour
Mon 11:00-12:00;
Online
Final
14 April 2021, 08:45-10:45
Zoom link will be posted on Moodle.
Links for Assignments and Quizzes can be found in the Curriculum and Slides section.

This course is an elementary introduction to the Internet and the World Wide Web. Students will learn the client-server model, Internet protocols, domain names and URLs, websites and Web hosting. They will also learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript and XML. Students will program both in client and server-side environments and develop data-driven Web applications. They will also learn to deploy applications on web hosting servers.

Textbook and References

Curriculum & Slides

The slides will be uploaded after class. I may also introduce modifications to the curriculum itself as we progress.

Links for Assignments and online Quizzes are also posted here. Please check the column on the righthand side.

Week 1
11.01-15.01
Week 2
18.01-22.01
Week 3
25.01-29.01
Week 4
01.02-05.02
Week 5
08.02-12.02
Week 6
15.02-19.02
Week 7
22.02-26.02
Week 8
01.03-05.03
More JavaScript (LS1)
Week 9
08.03-12.03
More JavaScript (LS2)
JQuery (LS3)
Lab 6 release
Week 10
15.03-19.03
Graphics (LS4, LS5)Lab 7 release;
Lab 6 due;
Week 11
22.03-26.03
Graphics (LS6, LS7)Lab 8 release;
Lab 7 due;
raphael.js;
Test 2;
Week 12
29.03-02.04
Server-side Programming (NodeJS) (LS8, LS9)Lab 9 release;
Lab 8 due;
Week 13
05.04-10.04
Server-side Programming (NodeJS) (LS10)
Review
Lab 9 due;
Final

Grading

Assignment20%
Quiz10%
Midterm20%
Labs10%
Final40%

You will need to get at least 50% in the final to pass.

Cheating and Plagiarism Policy

I expect all students to uphold the principle of academic honesty. Cheating and plagiarism (presenting another person’s words or ideas as one’s own) are not acceptable behaviour at anywhere. Depending on the severity of the offence such acts can result in a grade of zero on the test or assignment, a failing grade (F) in the course, or expulsion. In all cases, the circumstances and the penalty are recorded in the student’s file.

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