- Introduce the Internet and Internet-based services and applications
- Provide an understanding of the design principles behind current and future Internet applications
- Develop skills on how to publish information on the World Wide Web today and consider the trends in Web publishing technologies
- Develop an appreciation for some of the information policy issues that
are shaping the future of information distribution over the Internet
Final grades will be determined as follows:
- 33% Individual Project
- 33% Midterm
- 25% Resource Review Talks
- 9% Class Participation
- Late assignments will suffer a 20% per day point reduction.
You are 1 day late as soon as you miss the posted deadline for the
assignment. All assignment deadlines will be posted well in advance.
You are responsible for discovering any deadline
adjustments that the instructor announces during class.
- Homework assignments are pledged work. You are reminded of your obligations under the University Honor Code.
- Please do not play/work with your computer when a lecture is in progress.
- No food or drink in class since we will be in the computer lab most of the time. Your adherence to these rules of the classroom is greatly appreciated (and required).