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Course: WEB205 3243 01 ~ 2 Credits
Quarter: Summer 2012
Instructor: Sara & Bill Newman
Class Dates: Tuesdays Only 5-7:20pm

WEB205 Syllabus (subject to change)

PREREQ: ITC 200 with 2.0 or better (or instructor permission). This course presents the various tools and skills needed to transition into the web industry.

Through guest speakers, class exercises and assignments, students hone their ability to launch their web careers, display their skills and find appropriate positions. The WEB205 "Final Project" for this class is an online portfolio website consisting of your best web work examples and a current resume.

IT Job Interview! * Required materials - due the first week of class

  1. 1) * Ace the IT Job Interview! by Paula Moreira,
           McGraw-Hill,
    2nd Edition (required!), Jan. 2008,  ISBN-10: 0071495789

     
  2. 2) * Activate your SCCC Google Apps account (Learn how here)
     
  3. 3) * One USB headset with microphone - This has become an expected "tool of our trade". We will be learning how to communicate "live/real-time" online so you can be better prepared to communicate with your peers and customers. I recommend the "USB" types  as they are the easiest to manage from computer to computer. I also offer online assistance outside our scheduled class time using this communication tool.

By the 2nd week of the quarter, everyone should have 20 MB's of Web Server Space with SCCC IF they've paid their Computer lab fee. You'll know you have server space if you find your name listed amongst the Student Web Accounts: http://seattlecentral.org/computing/stuwebaccts.php

Ideally, you'll want to get eventually get your own domain name and server space to place your final project (online portfolio and resume) on. Then produce yourself some free business cards to help you begin knocking on some doors!

Seattle Central Community College
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Available only to SCCC students who've paid the
Universal Technology (UT) or Computer Lab (CL) fee, due each quarter

FAQ's: http://seattlecentral.org/it-services/computerlabs.php

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(206) 587-4194, room 3148

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