- There are no formal prerequisites for this course, however completion of placement tests or equivalent is required.
An introduction to the World Wide Web on the Internet and its uses as a communication tool. The course will cover essential terms and technologies, creating web pages, critiquing Internet content and a review of ethical and legal issues. Basic computer skills will be expected, especially with word processing and graphic programs. DMED 110 is designed to appeal to students interested in studying the Internet and its many facets and specifically creating pages that can be viewed on the worldwide web through various browsers. Course covers HTML5 and CSS coding as well using web design programs to create content. Special attention is paid to creating web content that adheres to web standards. Students learn basics of image manipulation. The course will have a continuing emphasis on successfully communicating through the web, especially considering design and interactivity. 3 credit hours
Career and Technical Course: This course is a specific requirement for an Associate of Applied Science or certificate program and may not transfer. Please consult with your advisor about transferability.