CNIT 195 - Web Development Capstone
CRN 33630 - SEC 001
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Alternate external email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Communication with Instructor
You can also use the external email.
I generally tend to answer within 24-48 hours except when you write your email Friday late afternoon and, for this case, you will see my response only on the following Monday.
- Online discussions and regular participation is required
This is not a self-paced course.
- Some lecture will be presented and it is expected that you will use what is being presented while developing your project(s), we might schedule presentations from real web developers to share their experience with the class.
- A Final Presentation will be required from each group about the project developed.
- There is no book required and any material will be referred by the instructor
- There are assignments and some of the assignments will be related to the project while others will be related to the lecture presented.
Attendance and Dropping
- Attendance in this class will be tracked by your participation in the open forums and in your group forums. Also, your participation during the presentation of the project will count towards your participation grade.
- If you decide to drop, please be courteous with your group and let them know in advance so they can re-plan the flow of the project.
- You might be dropped from this class if I notice you are not participating in your group discussions and/or the open forums.
|Total points||110 points|
|90 - 100% of total points = A|
|80 - 89% of total points = B|
|70 - 79% of total points = C|
|60 - 69% of total points = D|
|Less or equal 59% of total points = F|
IF YOU SELECT P/NP, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO USE THIS CLASS FOR ANY CERTIFICATE OF THE COLLEGE AND THE INSTRUCTOR WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MODIFY THE P/NP TO A LETTER GRADE. THIS IS A STATE RULE, IT IS NOT A COLLEGE RULE!
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Student's Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, a student will be able to:
- Define roles and responsibilities within a web application development team
- Create and develop a professional web application, collaborating in a team environment
- Create project specification documents
- Set a professional social media profile and web presence
- Select and use appropriate tools for web application development
Standards of Conduct
Students who register in CCSF classes are required to abide by the CCSF Student Code of Conduct. Violation of the code is basis for referral to the Student Conduct Coordinator or dismissal from class or from the College. See the Office of Student Affairs and Wellness.
Collaborating on or copying of tests or homework in whole or in part will be considered an act of academic dishonesty and result in a grade of 0 for that test or assignment. I encourage students to share information and ideas, but not their work.
If you need classroom or testing accommodations because of a disability, or have emergency medical information to share with me, or need special arrangements in case the building needs to be evacuated, please make an appointment with me as soon as possible. Students seeking disability related accommodations are encouraged to also register with Disabled Students Programs and Services - you can get more information at the DSPS website.
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