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BCC Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999)
BCC Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999)
BCC Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999)
BCC Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999)
BCC Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999)
BCC Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999)
BCC Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999)
BCC Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999)
BCC Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999)
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BCC Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999)

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  • 1. Brookdale Community College Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999) Brookdale Community College Community Development Webmaster Certification Course Spring Semester 1999 Syllabus Course Overview As a Webmaster you will wear many hats. HTML Author and Designer, Systems Administrator and Applications Developer -- these are just some of the roles you may be called upon to play in your organization. This 90 hour webmaster certification course is designed to expose you to these three basic functional areas, enabling you to function as Webmaster in a variety of environments and organizational settings. Classroom instruction will include, but will not be limited to, the following topics: HTML and Web Design; Web Management With Microsoft FrontPage; Windows and UNIX Web Server Installation, Configuration and Management; Client and Server-Side Web Programming; Web Databases and Transaction Processing. As part of this course, students will design and deploy an actual Web Site for the Jersey Coast Chapter of the American Red Cross. Class Schedule This course consists of thirty sessions, each of which will last three hours. The class sessions are scheduled for Thursday evenings, 6:30-9:30pm, Feb 18-May 27 and Saturday mornings, 9am-noon, February 20-May 29, 1999. These sessions will consist of approximately 50 minutes of lecture interspersed with 25 minutes of demonstrations. We will take a 15 minute break half way through the class and then return to spend an hour on Lab exercises. The session will conclude with the 1 of 9
  • 2. Brookdale Community College Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999) instructor's wrap-up and Question and Answer session for the final half hour. We will begin in February by covering the Webmaster's role as HTML author and designer. As move from February to May, the complexity of the tasks we will tackle together will increase from coding simple HTML to developing basic transaction processing solutions for your organization. In March, we will cover the basics of Web systems administration, allowing students to gain practical experience setting up and running Web servers in both MS Windows and UNIX environments. Web programming topics, in particular JavaScript and CGI, will be our focus in April. We will conclude or course in May with a consideration of advanced topics in Web systems administration. At each level we will add additional components to the class project site. Along the way we will take field trips to Web sites with relevant information, thereby broadening our exposure to the wealth of webmaster resources available on the Internet. Prerequisites Experience with a PC, familiarity with a Web browser and a strong desire to learn. Students must have access to a PC with access to the Internet and a current version of either the Netscape Communicator Browser or Microsoft Internet Explorer. Required Textbooks WebMaster in a Nutshell, Deluxe Edition, Apache: The Definitive Guide and Mastering Internet Information Server 4.0 are the three required texts for this course (Web Security and Commerce is suggested reading, but not required). The three required texts will be available through the Brookdale Bookstore and can also be purchased directly from Amazon.com and other online retailers. Note that Apache: The Definitive Guide is scheduled for publication in February 1999, so you will have to wait a couple of weeks to buy it. We will not use it in the class until later in the semester, so there shouldn't be an issue with obtaining it before we will use it. February Webmaster as HTML Author and Designer Select This Link For February Lesson Plans 2 of 9
  • 3. Brookdale Community College Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999) (Class Account Required) Thursday, February 18 Lesson 1: Overview of the Role of Webmaster Today -- The Big Picture Lecture and Demonstration Topic 1: Introduction to Web Services Infrastructure Saturday, February 20 Lesson 2: Web Page Authoring Basics With HTML Code Lecture and Demonstration Topic 2: Introduction to Hypertext Markup Language Thursday, February 25 Lesson 3: Advanced HTML Coding and Advanced Web Authoring Tools Lecture and Demonstration Topic 4 : Advanced Web Page Authoring and Design With and Without GUI (Graphical User Interface) Tools Saturday, February 27 Lesson 4: Design Fundamentals For Web Pages and Web Sites Lecture and Demonstration Topic 3: Graphic Elements/Color Schemes/Navigational Elements March Webmaster as Systems Administrator: The Basics 3 of 9
  • 4. Brookdale Community College Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999) Select This Link For March Lesson Plans (Class Account Required) Saturday, March 6 Lesson 5: Web Management From FTP to FrontPage And Beyond Lecture and Demonstration Topic 5: Posting Your Pages and Managing Your Site Thursday, March 11 Lesson 6: Windows NT Server 4.0 in a Nutshell Lecture and Demonstration Topic 6: Installing and Administering an NT 4.0 Server Saturday, March 13 Lesson 7: Windows NT Web Server Installation, Configuration and Management, Part I Lecture and Demonstration Topic 7: Obtaining Windows NT Option Pack 4 and Installing IIS Thursday, March 18 Lesson 8: Windows Web Server Configuration and Management, Part II Lecture and Demonstration Topic 8: Basic IIS Configuration and Management Saturday, March 20 Lesson 9: Linux in a Nutshell, Part I 4 of 9
  • 5. Brookdale Community College Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999) Lecture and Demonstration Topic 9: Fundamental Linux Concepts Lesson 10: Linux in a Nutshell, Part II Lecture and Demonstration Topic 10: More Fundamental Linux Concepts Thursday, March 25 Lesson 11: Linux Web Server Installation, Configuration and Management, Part I Lecture and Demonstration Topic 11: Basic Apache Configuration and Management Saturday, March 27 Lesson 12: Linux Web Server Installation, Configuration and Management, Part II Lecture and Demonstration Topic 12: More Apache Configuration and Management April Webmaster as Applications Developer Select This Link For April Lesson Plans (Class Account Required) Thursday, April 1 Lesson 13: Introduction to the Web as Application Development Environment 5 of 9
  • 6. Brookdale Community College Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999) Lecture and Demonstration Topic 13: Overview of Client and Server Programming in Windows and UNIX Environments Saturday, April 3 Lesson 14: Client Side Web Programming, Part I Lecture and Demonstration Topic 15: JavaScript Programming 1 Thursday, April 8 Lesson 15: Red Cross Visit and Common Web Applications Demonstration Lecture and Demonstration Topic 14: Common Web Application Examples Thursday, April 10 Lesson 16: Client Side Web Programming, Part II Lecture and Demonstration Topic 16: JavaScript Programming 2 Thursday, April 15 Lesson 17: Client Side Web Programming, Part III Lecture and Demonstration Topic 17: JavaScript Programming 3 Saturday, April 17 Lesson 18: Server Side Web Programming, Part I Lecture and Demonstration Topic 18: CGI Programming 1 Thursday, April 22 6 of 9
  • 7. Brookdale Community College Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999) Lesson 19: Server Side Web Programming, Part II Lecture and Demonstration Topic 19: CGI Programming 2 Saturday, April 24 Lesson 20: Server Side Web Programming, Part III Lecture and Demonstration Topic 20: CGI Programming 3 Thursday, April 29 Lesson 21: Windows Application Development Lecture and Demonstration Topic 21: Microsoft Development Tools for Active Server Pages May Webmaster as Systems Administrator: Advanced Topics Select This Link For May Lesson Plans (Class Account Required) Saturday, May 1 Lesson 22: Enabling An Interactive Web Experience, An Overview of the Terrain Lecture and Demonstration Topic 22: The Building Blocks of an Interactive Web Site 7 of 9
  • 8. Brookdale Community College Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999) Lesson 23: Web Databases, Part I Lecture and Demonstration Topic 23: Using MS Access and FP 98 Saturday, May 8 Lesson 24: Web Databases, Part II Lecture and Demonstration Topic 24: Using a Linux Database With Perl Thursday, May 13 Lesson 25: Introduction to Web Security Issues Lecture and Demonstration Topic 25: Windows NT and Linux Security, The Challenge of Web Environments Saturday, May 15 Lesson 26: Implementing SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) on Windows and Linux Web Servers Lecture and Demonstration Topic 26: Secure Sockets Implementation in IIS 4 and Apache Thursday, May 20 Lesson 27: Intro to Web Metrics, Server Performance and Tuning on the NT Platform Lecture and Demonstration Topic 27: Using Microsoft Site Server Express Saturday, May 22 Lesson 28: Fundamentals of Web-Based Transaction Processing 8 of 9
  • 9. Brookdale Community College Webmaster Certification Program Syllabus (Spring 1999) Lecture and Demonstration Topic 28: Introduction to Transaction Processing Concepts Thursday, May 27 Lesson 29: Student Project Lecture and Demonstration Topic 29: Jersey Coast Chapter (ARC) and Monmouth Museum Web Site Final Reports Saturday, May 29 Lesson 30: Open Lab Lecture and Demonstration Topic: Lab Open For Hands-On *WYSIWIG: What You See Is What You Get. RETURN TO THE COURSE WEB SITE This page last updated June 01, 2002 11:04 PM by Michael E. Dobe. 9 of 9

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