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National College Credit Recommendation Service

Board of Regents  |  University of the State of New York

EdTech Institute, LLC (formerly The Sage Group, LLC) | Evaluated Learning Experience

Web Development (210)*

Location: 
Various approved locations throughout the United States.
Length: 
Version 1 or 2: 42 hours (14 weeks) Version 3: 45 hours (15 weeks)
Dates: 

Version 1: February 2004 - July 2006. Version 2: August 2006 - July 2012. Version 3: August 2012 - December 2016. 

Instructional delivery format: 
Traditional classroom model
Learner Outcomes: 
Version 1: Create and modify images using Adobe Photoshop; code HTML documents; create a Web site using MS FrontPage. Version 2: Create and modify images using Adobe Photoshop Elements; code HTML documents; create a Web site using MS FrontPage. Version 3: Create and modify images using Adobe Photoshop CS5; code HTML5 documents; create a Web site using MS Expression Web2.
Instruction: 
Version 1: Adobe Photoshop: Navigating the software and managing the Photoshop environment; working with images and selections; creating images; working with vector graphics, colors, and color settings; manipulating layers; modifying photographs; creating a logo. HTML: Viewing source codes; converting a text file to HTML; HTML tags; adding text and hyperlinks; inserting images and adding backgrounds; creating ordered lists; create tables and nested tables; using style sheets (embedded and inline styles, linked styles, and cascading style sheets). Microsoft FrontPage: Navigating the software and managing the FrontPage environment; creating pages, adding pages, and importing pages into a Web; enhancing Web pages with a marquee, hit counter, and themes; creating bookmarks and hyperlinks; adding and formatting graphic features to Web pages; using graphics as hyperlinks and adding a hotspot to a graphic; creating tables and adding graphics and text; changing the table and cell properties; creating, formatting, and modifying frames; managing and publishing Webs and Web pages; creating a Web site. Course participants undergo a final written examination and a final performance assessment involving one project from each of the applications areas: Adobe Photoshop, HTML, and Microsoft FrontPage. Version 2: Adobe Photoshop Elements: Navigating the software and managing the Photoshop environment; working with images and selections; creating images; working with vector graphics, colors, and color settings; manipulating layers; modifying photographs; creating a logo. HTML: Viewing source codes; converting a text file to HTML; HTML tags; adding text and hyperlinks; inserting images and adding backgrounds; creating ordered lists; create tables and nested tables; using style sheets (embedded and inline styles, linked styles, and cascading style sheets). Microsoft FrontPage: Navigating the software and managing the FrontPage environment; creating pages, adding pages, and importing pages into a Web; enhancing Web pages with a marquee, hit counter, and themes; creating bookmarks and hyperlinks; adding and formatting graphic features to Web pages; using graphics as hyperlinks and adding a hotspot to a graphic; creating tables and adding graphics and text; changing the table and cell properties; creating, formatting, and modifying frames; managing and publishing Webs and Web pages; creating a Web site. Course participants undergo a final written examination and a final performance assessment involving one project from each of the applications areas: Adobe Photoshop Elements, HTML, and Microsoft FrontPage. Version 3: Navigating the software and managing the Photoshop environment; working with images and selections; creating images; working with graphics, colors, and color settings; manipulating layers; modifying photographs. HTM5L: Viewing source codes; converting a text file to HTML; HTML tags; adding text and hyperlinks; inserting images and adding backgrounds; creating ordered lists; create tables and nested tables; using style sheets (embedded and inline styles, linked styles, and cascading style sheets). Microsoft Expression Web2: Navigate the software and manage the Web Expression2 environment; editing Web pages; importing content; setting basic image properties; creating links, navigation bars, e-mail links, and bookmarks; creating, formatting tables and individual cells; creating a one-page Web site. Course participants undergo a final written examination which includes a final performance assessment involving core competencies from each of the application areas: Adobe Photoshop CS5, HTML5, and Microsoft Expressions Web2.
Credit recommendation: 
Version 1, 2 or 3: In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour as Computer Software Applications (5/04) (8/06) (8/12 administrative review).* NOTE: Course numbers on transcripts may reflect different prefixes depending upon where a course is offered.

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