CSCI A348/548
Mastering the World-Wide Web

Spring 2001 (Second semester 2000-2001)


What's New What's Due Students and Projects Class Notes
Office Hours Calendar and Exams Assignments and Grading Course Materials

A348 Mastering the World Wide Web (4/3 cr.) P: two semesters of programming experience, or equivalent, and some knowledge of operating systems. Project-oriented course leading to ability to maintain a fully functional web site. Topics include internet network protocols and web programming, server administration, protocols, site design, and searching and indexing technologies.

Instructor:
Dan-Adrian GERMAN (dgerman@cs.indiana.edu, 5-7071 LH301G)

Associate Instructors: (see instructor lab assignments)
Bob Najlis (rnajlis@cs.indiana.edu)
Andrey Salaev (asalaev@cs.indiana.edu)
Francisco Lara-Dammer (flaradam@cs.indiana.edu)
Sang-Wook Park (sapark@cs.indiana.edu)

Classes: two lectures and one of two discussion sections/labs per week.

Assignments: 5-6 homework assignments, due in lab.
Projects: One team project, split in three stages, and coordinated by the instructors.
Exams: two written exams (a midterm and a final) both closed-book.

Communication and feedback: a web course home page, an electronic bulletin board (ac.csci.a348), regular e-mail, office hours and individual scheduled appointments will be available to students.

Office Hours: by appointment or as listed.


Offered by the Computer Science Department at Indiana University Bloomington