This course is all about the Internet. Topics include background of the Internet, ethics and etiquette of the Web, protocols, basic UNIX commands, HTML, designing and creating for the World Wide Web. Students entering this course should have basic keyboarding skills, knowledge of computers and Windows.
3 Credits: 2 lecture and 2 laboratory hours per week
Because reading instructions carefully and following them precisely are critical to using computers effectively, please read the pages linked to above and those they hyperlink to carefully.
Use the software's Help pages,
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