DMA 160 Web Multimedia Foundations • 5 Cr.
Surveys the multimedia information and communication capabilities available via the Internet. Students learn how to locate, access, and retrieve a variety of media including text, images, audio, and video, and how to develop web resources using HTML. Enforced prerequisite: DMA 107. DMA 160 replaces WEBMM 110. Either DMA 160 or WEBMM 110 may be taken for credit, but not both.
After completing this class, students should be able to:Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Explain and apply the features and elements of the Web HTML editing tool.
- Design Web pages with clean HTML source code using HTML editors.
- Apply Web tool libraries and templates to achieve a uniform look to the Web site.
- Create, edit, and format text.
- Import and customize images
- Edit and maintain the Web site using the site-management tools.
- Create and edit tables, frames, and forms.
- Using coding, behavior, and dynamic animation tools to make the Web site dynamic.
- Customize the Web tool.
- Create Web pages where the content is dynamically generated from a database.