This course is an introduction to the coding of Web pages and will include.....
Students will take a hands-on approach to learning by completing Web assignments and FTP'ing completed work to a subdomain.
Offered Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters online.
Offered at SE Campus Fall and Spring.
Textbook required. Software is free.
In this course, students will explore the use of Social Media for business and personal use. Web 2.0 technologies covered include:
Each student will develop a Social Media Marketing plan for a business.
This course is offered once a year online during the Summer semester.
This course follows the XHTML course and expands the student's knowledge of Web technologies. The frequently updated content may include....
Students apply their knowledge through creation of a website project of their choice! Tulsa Achieves volunteer hours may possibly be gained through choice of an appropriate semester project. Talk to me if you are interested in this aspect of the course!
This course is offered once a year online during the Spring semester.
Online books, resources, videos, and software are free. If desired, books may be purchased online.
This course will examine the Internet economy and may include.....
Students may work hands-on with an e-commerce website when this is feasible.
This course is offered once a year online during the Fall semester.
Recommended textbook. Software is free.
An intro to website creation including....
Students will develop and test a website using Joomla!, a free, open-source website development environment used for nearly every type of site including ecommerce, blogs, government, e-zines and small business sites. Tulsa Achieves volunteer hours may possibly be gained through choice of an appropriate semester project. Talk to me if you are interested in this aspect of the course!
This course is offered Fall and Spring semesters both online and on campus. Online textbook, resources, and software are free. Textbook may also be purchased.
This course is a required prerequisite for all programming classes and will serve as an introduction to structured programming techniques. Topics to be covered include:
Students will use both Visual Basic and Alice programming environment. This course is offered at SE Campus both Fall and Spring semesters.
There are two required textbooks. Software is either free or available through the MS Academic Alliance.
The following courses are offered once a year online: