Instructor: Jay Wheeler
Saturday, June 01, 2013 - Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Instruction Mode: Internet-Asynchronous (Online Class)
Academic Level: K-12 Professional Development
NDSU Credit Fee: $150
This course is designed for instructors who wish to offer a Web Design course to their students. The class will utilize curriculum developed by Microsoft. It is a complete, standards-based, single semester course on Web Design. The curriculum provides an extensive collection of creative teaching and learning materials that thoroughly span Web Design knowledge and skills and promote meaningful, real-world learning experiences. The modular design makes it adaptable to a wide variety of teaching scenarios.
The curriculum includes learning experiences in:
- Basic HTML.
- Modern Web features including Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and interactivity.
- Web standards and accessibility.
- Creation of Web media using Microsoft Expression Studio.
- Planning, development, publishing, and evaluation of Web sites.
- The curriculum includes project-based learning in which students engage in the kinds of activities performed by professional Web designers, allowing them to develop problem-solving, communication and collaboration strategies needed for success in “real world” work. The curriculum utilizes Microsoft Expression Studio software to accomplish the course objectives. Successful completion of the training will provide Free curriculum & Microsoft Expression Web 3.
Participants will be able to:
- Investigate entrepreneurial (e-commerce) opportunities using Web technologies
- Investigate the development of Web standards
- Explore Web 2.0 functionality
- Explore personal and professional communication/collaboration through Web technologies
- Explore the code that creates Web pages
- Explore CSS and other Web design/development concepts
- Explore the communication impact of other Web media
- Explore modern Web design/development concepts
- Explore the history and impact of Web technologies.
- Explore business application of Web technology
- Create pages with images, links, and other controls
- Create graphic elements (with Microsoft Expression Design) using a variety of techniques
- Create a Web site that fits the needs of a client as planned
- Apply standards to simple projects
- Apply design principles for effective communication for target audiences
- Apply Web design elements and principles Web page design
- Apply design and communication principals to a real-world problem
- Identify the basic elements and principles of design
- Identify a client problem/need and create a plan to address that need
- Evaluate samples based on design principles
- Evaluate Web pages based on their design
- Evaluate Web sites on the effectiveness of communication
- Evaluate site design and communication effectiveness
- Evaluate the accessibility and usability of the site with electronic tools
- Evaluate existing Web sites based on their accessibility, and usability
- Develop technical skills using Expression Web
- Develop collaboration and communication skills
- Develop technical skills using Expression Web 3 for producing sites
This event requires pre-registration. Register at: http://www.nd.gov/cte/programs/info-tech/training/index.html. For further information or questions, contact Wade at 701-328-3178 or email email@example.com.