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CSI 225 INTERNET COMPUTING

Department of Computer Science, Maths and Statistics
Faculty of Natural Sciences,
University of Guyana

INTRODUCTION

This course is designed to introduce concepts of the Internet, and how to develop a web site to go on the Internet.

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this course students shall be able to:

Understand and explain the infrastructure and data transfer mechanism of the internet

Be able to construct a web-site with XHTML and JavaScript components using a simple text editor

Evaluate website performances and usability

INSTRUCTIONS:

Lectures 39 hours

Labs 13 two (2) hour sessions

Credits 4

Lecturers: Eldon Marks, Lenandlar Singh, Penelope DeFreitas

Pre-requisites: None CSI 211 Introduction to Programming with C

Assessment

Coursework 2 tests (25%), project (10%), assignments (5%) - (40%)

1-2 hour Examination - (60%)

COURSE CONTENTS

Week 1

1. Internet History and current set-up

2. Internet Servers and Clients

3. Internet - Hardware

Week 2

4. Data Transmission Protocol TCP/IP

5. Domain Names URLs and DNS

6. File Transfers Http and Ftp

Week 3
7. Web Standards & Browsers

8. Introduction to Mark-up Languages - Syntax & Validation

9. Mark-up TAGS & ATTRIBUTES

Week 4

10. Tables & Formatting

11. Lists, Images & Background

12. Forms

Week 5

13. Frames

14. Navigation Linking and Urls

15. Fonts, Layouts and Styles

Week 6

16. Test # 1

17. Cascaded Style Sheets (CSS)

18. Cascaded Style Sheets (CSS)

Week 7

19. Client-side Image Maps

20. Controlling Web Page Appearance

21. Visual Effects

Week 8

22. JavaScript Lexical structure and statements

23. The Document Object Model (DOM)

24. JavaScript & Objects

Week 9

25. JavaScript Objects Windows & Frames

26. JavaScript Objects - Browser, Form, Math & String Objects

27. JavaScript - Events and Event Handling

Week 10

28. JavaScript Creating User Interactions

29. Test # 2

30. Graphics and Design

Week 11

31. Creating Custom Graphics

32. Analyzing Web Site Performances

33. Analyzing Web Site Performances

Week 12

34. Telnet, Newsgroups and IRCs

35. Security Worms and Viruses

36. Cookies

Week 13

37. Search Engines

38. Streaming Medias

39. Mail SMTP, POP3 and IMAP

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