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Syllabus

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De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde

School of Management and Information Technology

Information Systems Program

 

COURSE SYLLABUS

 

COURSE CODE : IS-EBIZ

COURSE TITLE : Web Design and Electronic Commerce for IS Students

COURSE CREDIT : 3 Units

PRE-REQUISITE : None

PRE-REQUISITE TO : None

TYPE OF COURSE : Major Course

FACULTY :

TERM /TIME /ROOM :

 

Course Description:

This course will enrich your knowledge on the theoretical and practical understanding of the concepts and models of e-Commerce plus learn programming skills necessary to implement real-world Internet based e-Business solutions.

 

Course Objectives:

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  1. Build on the latest Web standards (XHTML 1.1, HTML 5.0, CSS 2) 
  2. Code JavaScript language for enhancing web applications

  3. Know the different JavaScript Frameworks and its application

     

  4. Conceptualize and architect web applications

     

  5. Conduct an e-Commerce business

     

  6. Create real world e-Commerce web applications

     

 

Course outline:

Week

Competency Skills

Topics

1

Familiarization on Internet Technologies

  • Introduction to the World Wide Web

  • The History of the Internet and the World Wide Web

  • E-Business and E-Commerce

  • Web Browsers

  • Internet Technologies (HTTP, FTP, Chat, Telnet, etc.)

2

Introduction to Web Standards

 

  • HTML

  • Common Tags, Headers, Text Styling and Linking

  • Images

  • Text Formatting

  • Special Characters, Line Breaks and Rules

  • Forms (Input Controls, POST and GET)

3

CSS

  • Lists

  • Unordered Lists

  • Nested and Ordered Lists

  • Basic and Intermediate Formatting

  • Internal Linking

  • Image Maps

  • Framesets and Nested Framesets

4 - 6

Javascript

  • Introduction to Scripting

  • Document Scripts

  • Control Structures

  • Assignment and Update Expressions

  • Selection Structures

  • If Statements

  • If Else Statements

  • Switch

  • Repetition Structures

  • For Statements

  • Do/While Statements

  • Break and Continue Statements

  • Functions in Javascript

  • Program Modules

  • User Defined Functions

MIDTERM EXAMINATION

8 - 9

Advanced Design Styles

  • Cascading Style Sheets

  • External Style Sheets

  • Inline Style Sheets

10 - 12

Content Management Systems

  • Programming

  • Configuration

  • Template Engines

  • Plugins

  • Widgets
  • Template Development

13

AJAX

  • Concepts

14

Finals (Final Project Presentation & Final Exam)

 

 

Teaching methods / strategies:

The course is delivered mostly through learner-centered methodology with emphasis on individual and collaborative activities where teachers prepare the environment for learning and guide the learners to develop the important competencies. These methods are geared towards the belief that students learn best and retain much of the learning in an atmosphere where they are allowed to apply their creativeness and self expression.

 

Individual Activity and Collaborative Work will require any of the following deliverables for a given topic.

  1. Preparation and Participation in Lectures / Discussions

  2. Prepared Multimedia Aided Presentations

  3. Brainstorming / Group Dynamics

  4. Research Output / Compiled Materials

  5. Case Analysis

  6. Exercises and Application Output

  7. Final Project

 

 

COURSE POLICIES, REQUIREMENTS AND FEEDBACK:

 

Plagiarism Policy:

 

Using the oral or written words and ideas of others without proper acknowledgment is plagiarism and is an academic offense. As a form of academic misconduct, students found guilty face serious consequences as stipulated in the Student’s Handbook.

 

Submission Policy:

 

To promote professionalism and competence, submission of requirements and deliverables must always be on time. The teacher reserves the right NOT to accept late submissions and will rate the requirement as failed or zero. In case the teacher decides to accept late requirement due to valid reasons, the teacher will impose point deductions on the score obtained or deduct 10% of the total score per day of delay. Students must present a letter from their parent or legal guardian appealing for the teacher to accept the late requirement. Valid proof must be attached to the letter of appeal.


 

Quiz & Exam Policy:

 

Students must attend all required scheduled quizzes and exams at the designated time and place. Individual professors may accommodate for illness or personal crisis. Additional accommodation will not be made unless a written request is sent to and approved by the Chairperson or Dean prior to the scheduled exam or as prescribed by the student manual. Any student who misses a scheduled quiz or exam without approval will be given a failing grade for the quiz or exam. Behaviour during exams is expected to conform to College guidelines. No further warnings will be given prior or during the exams, the penalty for cheating is immediate failure.


 

Assessment / Evaluation

To asses the performance and competencies of the learners…

  1. Quizzes and Exams will be administered to determine if the learners can remember basic information

  2. Brainstorming, group discussions and reporting will help determine if the learners can understand ideas or concepts gathered

  3. Exercises will be given to determine if learners can apply the information in another familiar situation

  4. Cases and Researches will be required to determine if learners can analyze and explore understandings and relationships

  5. Project Proposals will be required to determine if learners can evaluate and justify their decisions or course of action

  6. Final Project and Presentation will be scheduled to confirm if learners can create I.T. solutions and designs for business problems or opportunities

  7. Rubrics will be used to assess Authentic Learning Activities

Requirements:

 

The student’s academic performance will be evaluated based on the following requirements:

  • Attendance

    • Students are evaluated based on presence, tardiness or absence in class.

    • Attendance is to be accounted for every class period

  • Exercises and Short Quizzes

    • Activities given to assess a student’s ability to retain concepts taught in class.

    • This activity is also given for hands-on applications that require student involvement in order to ensure long term retention of the lessons taught during the period.

    • The students may be given a set of 4-8 exercises and short quizzes for the duration of the term

  • Long Quizzes

    • These activities are given to assess if students are able to prepare for challenging applications to the concepts that they have learned and if they are able to use and apply concepts learned to create concrete solutions to a related problem.

    • These activities may be hands-on or written.

    • There should be at least 3 long quizzes every term.

  • Major Examinations

    • Major examinations given to ensure that students learned the needed concepts or is able to deliver the required output by the end of the term.

    • These examinations may come as hands-on or written activities, whichever is deemed appropriate by the facilitating professor.

  • Case Studies

 

Grading System:

In order to get a passing mark, students should acquire a final grade of no less than 70%. The summary below indicates how the final grade is distributed for this subject.

 

 

MIDTERMS

 

PRE-FINALS

Class Activities

(Short Quizzes, Recitation, Reporting)

10%

 

Class Activities

(Short Quizzes, Recitation, Reporting)

10%

Lab Exercises (Machine problem)

30%

 

Lab Exercises (Machine problem)

30%

Project Deliverables / Reaction Blog (Assignments)

25%

 

Project Deliverables / Reaction Blog (Assignments)

25%

Values

5%

 

Values

5%

Attendance

5%

 

Attendance

5%

Major Examination (Take Home Exam)

25%

 

Major Examination (Take Home Exam)

25%

TOTAL

100%

 

TOTAL

100%


 

FINAL GRADE: 50% Midterms + 50% PRE-FINALS

References:

Websites:

 

 

Professor’s Consultation Hours and Venue: ____________________

 

COURSE SYLLABUS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM

 

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COURSE CODE : IS-EBIZ

COURSE TITLE : INTRODUCTION TO E-COMMERCE

COURSE CREDIT : 3 Units

COURSE SCHEDULE : Days : Time :

Term : 2nd Term S.Y. : 2008 - 2009

SECTION & ROOM : Section : Room :

TEACHER : ___________________________________________

 

 

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