Online Course Description

Fall Courses / August-December, 2014

JOUR 345: Web Content Design

Instruction in basic Web design, with the emphasis on the development of
skills related to online journalism. Students will be able to edit Web pages for clarity and appearance that enhances readability and access. Students will
learn principles of Web design, getting started with Dreamweaver software,
and developing a Web site. The course features step-by-step instructions
and in-depth explanations of the features of Macromedia Dreamweaver
and Flash. Instruction includes working with text and graphics, links,
animations and tables. In addition, students will understand and create
cascading style sheets and page formatting.
Prerequisites: JOUR 270 and JOUR 315 with a C or better, or permission
of instructor
3 credits (2 lecture hours and 2 lab hours per week), fall or spring semester.

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: JOUR 270 and JOUR 315 with C or better, or permission of instructor
Instructor: McDowell
CRN: 14405
Run Time: Full Term

Required Books:
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