Monday, April 28, 2008

CEdu 533 - How the Web Works

This course examines the origins, history and evolution of the Internet and World Wide Web. Students develop skills in page design concepts, simple html, including the basic use of Javascript and Java applets. Students also investigate page production tools, development of web-based content, content management systems, on-line web applications and curricular examples. 3 graduate credits.

  • Greendale Middle School – AMEC-AA-0024
    Greendale: May 14, 21, 28; June 4, 11, 18 - 5:00 - 9:00 PM

  • Summit Elementary (Oconomowoc) – AAMEC-AA0023
    Oconomowoc: May 13, 20, 27; June 17, 24; July 1 - 5:15 - 9:15 PM

    Documents you might want to use:

  • Course Syllabus: Greendale and Oconomowoc

  • Assignment 3:

  • Using FireFtp with FireFox

  • Glossary of Terms (PowerPoint, not used in class)

Lots of web resources specifically for this course:

We will be doing ftp, file transfer protoco, during this course. You will need an ftp client for your computer. If you don't already use one, i.e you are not a complete geek, I have created a portable ftp client setup for you. You can download it now and install it to your USB or Pen drive or wait and do it in class. A pen drive will be useful.

Go to this link:

IMPORTANT: Right click on the installfilezilla.txt file and select save Target As...

Change the filename to installfilezilla.exe (be sure you know where it is saved!)

All you need to do is double-click on this file and follow the directions.

So why do we need to do this filename dance? Because the server won't let us download an executable file.

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