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Syllabus

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Web Design and Mulimedia

 

Instructor: S Sherman, Atlantic Technical Center

Office: 4700 Coconut Creek Parkway  Coconut Creek FL

Office Hours: 754.321.5100  hours 1 - 3 pm

 


 

 

 

Goals of the Course

This program is designed to offer a sequences of courses that provides rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare students for employment in the web/multimedia industry.


Instructor Contact

Monday through Friday, I can be reached at 754-321-5145 or by email: stacy.sherman@browardschools.com
Your instructor will respond to email within 24 hours unless otherwise notified through Blackboard

 

 

Textbook

http://www.s-sherman.com   Review course outlines and books for your course by term 

 

Graded Course Components

Your term grade will be determined as follows:

 10%     Work Habits                  10%     Quality of work

 40%     Average of tests            40%     Applications, Assignments and projects

 

 

Wiki Participation 

                                   Will be reviewed by projects, rubric, and peer review 

 

 

 Class Schedule/Assignments

Assignments and announcements are posted under each course title.  Online student responsibility includes logging into Blackboard daily and checking email. It is imperative to stay on schedule (See Pacing chart) for each term in order to complete the program competencies within the scheduled time hours

         

Examinations 

Online Tests

All online review tests grades are averaged. Failure to take tests as scheduled will result in a 10% per day reduction in grade. Makeup tests must be taken within one week of the original test date.

Guides, Case Study Projects, and Labs

Step by step assignments and projects are designed to assist you in mastering the skills necessary for success in industry.  Additional materials are available on the web in Blackboard. 

 

 

 

Preparation, Attendance, and Pacing

Class Schedule/Assignments

Assignments and announcements are posted under each course title.  Online student responsibility includes logging into Blackboard daily and checking email. It is imperative to stay on schedule (See Pacing chart) for each term in order to complete the program competencies within the scheduled time hours.

 

 

 

Incomplete Grades

According to the university, the grade of "incomplete" is reserved for "exceptional cases, where an unanticipated event beyond ones control interferes with a student's completion of course requirements."  

 

Course Grade

Grading is on a straight scale (no curve), with 90%, 80%, 70%, 60% guaranteeing A-, B-, C-, and D- respectively. Remember that attendance is required and missing class can result in a grade reduction or even a failing grade.

 

 

 

 

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