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[Web-based Applications] MIS 366 1 | P a g e MIS 366 Web Based Applications Second Semester / 2022-2023 Course Syllabus Instructor Fatimah Alotaibi Office Building #3 2nd floor, Office #145 Email email@example.com Sections 38983(38985Lab). KSU credit 3 hours Lecture timetable 3 lectures a week. Lab timetable Office Hours 2 hours practical session in the lab. Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday: 12-1pm Monday: 10:30-11:30 Communication practice We will have On-Campus lectures and lab sessions. However, I will use KSU email and Blackboard systems as the primary means of communication. It is the student responsibility to check Blackboard (and their email) at least once a day during the week (Sunday – Thursday). Therefore, student will be expected to be aware of any announcements within 24 hours of the time the message was sent. Course Information Course Title Web-Based Application Course Code MIS 366 Course Description This course introduces the principles of designing and developing web applications for e-commerce. The aim is to provide the students with a broad understanding of the fundamental concepts of designing and developing web- based systems, focusing on the key foundation technologies (e.g., HTML5, CSS, XML) and relational databases for web-based development (SQL Server Express) and apply real world project using ASP.NET with the advantage of using C# programming language. Therefore, the course aims to provide the students with the knowledge and skills needed to create dynamic Web-based applications. Prerequisite(s) MIS 211 and MIS 214 Course Type Core
[Web-based Applications] MIS 366 2 | P a g e Course Learning Outcomes ¥ Describe the principles, functions, design architectures, technologies and applications of Web-based Applications. ¥ Analyze the requirements of a Web-based application. ¥ Apply a range of web-based programming principles and markup languages for developing dynamic HTML pages with appropriate styling through CSS. ¥ Develop a web-based application to address business needs and goals. ¥ Evaluate the design and implementation effectiveness and efficiency of web-based applications, making use of good design, development and testing practices and debugging tools. Required Textbook and Readings ¥ Internet & World Wide Web: How to Program (2012), International Version, 5/E, Harvey M., Paul J. Deitel & Abbey, Deitel & Deitel, Pearson Higher Education, ISBN-13: 9780273764021. ¥ Basics of Web Design: HTML5 & CSS (2020), 5/E. Terry Felke-Morris, Pearson Higher Education, ISBN-13: 9780135225486 ¥ Fundamentals of Web Development (2015), Global Edition, Randy Connolly & Ricardo Hoar. ISBN- 13: 9781292057095 ¥ Beginning ASP.NET 4.5.1: in C# and VB (2015), John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN: 978-1-118-84677-3. Web Recourses ¥ W3Schools ¥ HTML ¥ ASP.NET ¥ XML ¥ Wix ¥ InVision ¥ Official website of the course on the learning management system: LMS.ksu.edu.sa. Supplementary Materials The materials required for MIS 366 course is available on the learning management system: LMS.ksu.edu.sa. It is highly recommended that students print the required material for each class and have them available. Recommended Background For this course it is highly recommended that student has basic computing skills including some programming experience in a typical programming language, such as Java or Python. In addition, a good knowledge of basic concepts of databases are required.
[Web-based Applications] MIS 366 3 | P a g e Teaching and Student Engagement Strategies used in the Course ¥ Lecture and facilitation for student learning (student-centered). ¥ Student engagement through the following learning activities: − Self-Learning and research assignment. − Group-problem solving. − Presentation and comparing multiple solutions. − Team online collaboration tools: student should use online collaboration tools (e.g Slack, Github) in order to practice group communications to carry out the weekly assignments. The activities and minutes of meetings have to be documented in the assignment report. − Group discussion board on MIS 366 LMS.ksu.edu.sa: student should use the Blackboard discussion board as the main place to ask questions you have about the course. However, please feel free to make full use of my office hours in the university. However, if you have a question, someone else may have a similar one, and every student will possibly benefit from the answers being available on the course Blackboard system. Besides, please make an effort to answer your classmates’ questions. In grading your participation in the course assignments, I will include your contributions to the discussion board. Nevertheless, you will not be penalized for wrong answers/clarifications during your participation on the discussion board (or even in class). Grading and Timetable Timetable Grade Due ¥ Course work − 1 Quiz: − 1 Midterm Exam: − 1 Lab Exam: − Continuous lab assessment: − Project ¥ Final Exam 60% 5% 15% (1 hour) 10% (1 hour -Lab) (each 1%) – 10% 20 % 40% (2 hours) Week 7 Week 10 Week 3 to Week 13 Week 11 To be confirmed.
[Web-based Applications] MIS 366 4 | P a g e Course Schedule Topics to be Covered List of Topics Week Lab Introduction to the Internet & World Wide Web 1 Website Development Process Introduction to HTML (Part 1) 2 Visual Studio 2019+ Website Development Process Introduction to HTML (Part 2) 3 Sheet 1 HTML Introduction to CSS (Part 1) 4 Sheet 2 HTML Introduction to CSS (Part 2) 5 Sheet 3 HTML ASP.NET Forms 6 Sheet 4 CSS ASP.NET Web Controls 7 Sheet 5 ASP Mid-Term Exam – Week 7 Master Pages and Site Navigation & Data Validation 8 Sheet 6 ASP Connecting to a Database in ASP.NET & Session Tracking 9 Sheet 7 ASP XML 10 Sheet 8 ASP Lab Exam-Week 10 Project Presentations 11 –
[Web-based Applications] MIS 366 5 | P a g e General Policies 1. ASSIGNMENTS: assignments administered throughout the semester will announced on the Blackboard. Late submission will not be accepted. System crashes within 48 hours of homework due date are not valid excuses for late homework. 2. TESTS: Two midterm exams, which focus primarily on materials covered in class and from the textbook, will be administered during the semester. Students are strongly encouraged to visit the Companion Website for additional coverage of the materials presented in the textbook. In order to perform well on the tests, students must be familiar with questions listed in the Review Questions section. The exams may contain multiple choice, short answer, and problem-based questions. You will be expected to synthesize responses from lectures, cases, and terminology discussed in class for the exam. Makeup tests and exam will not be given except with prior notification and under extenuating and unavoidable circumstances. Student must submit original papers that are stamped and accepted from head of Department. You should submit your excuse no more than one week after the exam. If your excuse is accepted, you will be allowed to enter a makeup exam. 3. FINAL EXAM: A comprehensive exam will be given during the KSU University exam schedule. The format of the final exam is relatively similar to the format for the midterm exams. 4. ATTENDANCE: The attendance policy follows the guidelines stated in the KSU Catalogue (http://www.KSU.edu.sa/). Students must assume full responsibility for any loss incurred because of absence, whether excused or unexcused. You are not allowed to attend the final exam if you absent more than 13 hours and you will be considered as denied, a first probation will be issued if you reach 5 hours of absence and the second probation will be issued if you reach 9 hours of absence. 5. KSU HONOR CODE: All students must obey the KSU Honor Code diligently. The Honor Code is based on the need for trust in an academic community. KSU’s Honor Code is a system developed by and maintained for the welfare of its students, and all students should make sure that they read and understand the provisions outlined in the Student Handbook (read http://www.ksu.edu.sa). All work completed for this course will be considered pledged. CHEATING IS ABSOLUTELY NOT TOLERATED AT KSU UNIVERSITY. Plagiarism is a violation of the Honor code. All papers submitted in this course are subject to evaluation using plagiarism detection software. 6. ACADEMIC DISHONESTY POLICY: Cheating in any form will not be tolerated in the College of Business. If the instructor determines that a student has cheated on an assignment, the grade of “F” may be assigned for the entire course. “Cheating” is the use of unauthorized resources and/or work of another including but not limited to homework, tests, papers, presentations and exams. Unless specifically instructed otherwise, students are to assume that all coursework is to be the work of the individual student alone. If a student is unsure as to whether collaboration is permitted, the professor should be contacted in advance of performing the work. If a faculty member penalizes a student in a course for an Honour Code violation, they should also bring formal charges against the student with the University Honour Board. 7. LEARNING DISABILITIES: Any student who feels that he may need accommodations based on the impact of a physical, psychological, medical, or learning disability should contact Students’ Affair Office.