Internet technologies and cultural portals

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EDG603 Internet technologies and cultural portals

Professor: Dimitris TSOLIS

The aim of this course is to let students have an introductory experience with fundamental issues in Internet Technologies, Web Portals in Culture and web applications. Students who regularly participate in course activities and successfully complete the course acquire the next key knowledge:

  • The Internet and the World Wide Web
  • Historical review and basic elements
  • Web servers, proxy servers, web browsers
  • Security issues over the web
  • Web page design and implementation
  • Web-page design principles, usability and aesthetics, website engineering development issues, structure, navigation, presentation
  • Client-side web programming, HTML and XML programming languages, CSS and Javascript with exercises
  • Introduction to the Semantic Web
  • Implementation of Blogs

Course outline

Companions

  1. Julie C. Melonie. Learn HTML 5, CSS and JavaSript, ISBN: 9605126583, Giourdas Μ. (2013) (Eudoxus code: XXXXXX)
  2. Laura Lemay. Full Manual for HTML 5 & CSS, ISBN: 9605126192, Giourdas Μ. (2006) (Eudoxus code: 59357307)
  3. Elizabeth Castro. HTML 5 and CSS 3, ISBN: 9604615777, Kleidarithmos (2013) (Eudoxus code: XXXXXX)
  4. Elizabeth Castro. Introduction HTML and World Wide Web, ISBN: 9602096829, Kleidarithmos (Eudoxus code: 13680)