City College of San Francisco

Claudia P. Ferreira Da Silva - Courses

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CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO - FALL 2022

CNIT 129 - Social Media, Blogs in Web Dev

I will not be teaching this class during this term.

CNIT 131 - Internet Basics & Beggining HTML

I will not be teaching this class during this term

CNIT 131A - XML & JSON

Welcome to the page of CNIT-131A Class!

You will find here the basic information about this class.

This is an online class and no meetings are scheduled in any of the City College campuses. If you are not sure you are ready for an online class, visit the Succeeding in Online Classes at CCSF.

If you want to communicate with me, before classes start, you should write an email to cdasilva@ccsf.edu or claudia.dasilva@mail.ccsf.edu.

After the class starts, the officially registered students will have access to the Canvas Website. Once you are inside the course CNIT-131A, you can use the forums, or use the email (Inbox icon) inside Canvas as those will be the best communication during the course. The Canvas website is the place where you will find the schedule, syllabus and all activities related to the course. That's also where students will submit their work. If you have used Canvas before (previous semesters), then you have everything you need to access the course. If you have never accessed Canvas before, please make sure that you read this web page RAM ID as you will need to get your RAM ID to be your password to access Canvas and your username is your student ID.

Every City College student receives an email account with the following format username@mail.ccsf.edu. You can find your email account in the myRAM Portal website that you use to enroll/drop classes. You will be able to login using your CCSF email information at Google Email - Login Page. You need to access this email at least once to be able to go to the Settings of the email and set up the forwarding of your inbox to your preferred email. If you do not access your CCSF Gmail account, you will risk not receiving emails from the college!

Access to a web server is necessary to publish assignments! Every CNIT course student receives an account at the Hills Server but you are welcome to use any other web server you prefer with support to https://.

Expectations for online students:

Course Description:

Advisory: CNIT-131
Introduction to eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and document structuring. Hands-on experience with XML documents, Document Type Definition (DTD), namespaces, schemas, data parsing with Document Object Model (DOM) and data presentation with extensible Style Language (XSLT), XPath and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Introduction to JSON.

Material Used:

CNIT 131H - Introduction to HTML & CSS

Welcome to the page of CNIT-131H Class!

IMPORTANT!!!
This class cannot substitute CNIT-131 if you are pursuing the AS Degree! It will ONLY substitute CNIT-131 for certificates in mobile and/or web dev offered by CNIT Department.

You will find here the basic information about this class.

This is a short-term and online class which means you really need to pay attention to the schedule and the important dates as they are quite different for short-term classes.

You will be receiving an email with more details about this class 1-2 weeks before it starts - you should check your CCSF myRAM Portal account to make sure you have access to your CCSF Email account. If you prefer to receive your emails in another email account, you should enter the CCSF Email (it's a Gmail account) and set a forwarding to your preferred email.

All the material for the class will be found at Canvas - at Canvas Website. All students officially registered in the course, will be able to access this website since the first class but you will need to claim your RAM ID to use it as your password to access Canvas.

The files that will be used during the class can be found in this zipped folder.

There is a required ebook (see below).

IMPORTANT!!!
Students should access the course and participate in the first forum during the first week of the class, otherwise they will be in risk of being dropped!

Expectations for online students:

You will be using the Hills server (other web servers are possible too) to upload your assignments (web pages). More instructions on how to access the Hills Server and other web servers will be given during the course.

Course Description:

This is a beginning course in the use of HTML and CSS. It will prepare students to build simple web pages using basic HTML and CSS. Students will also learn how to use FTP client software to upload the web page files to a web server.

Material Used:

CNIT 132 - Intermediate HTML & CSS

I will not be teaching this class during this term

CNIT 132A - Advanced HTML & CSS

Welcome to the page of CNIT-132A Class!

You will find here the basic information about this class.

This is now a 3-unit (full semester) class as it was merged with the CNIT 132S (SEO & Analytics) class we used to offer. There is no face-to-face meeting.

All the material for this class will be found in the Learning Management System of the college - Canvas - at Canvas Website. All students officially registered in the course, will be able to access this website since the first class.

If you are officially registered for this course, you will be receiving an email 1 week before classes start. The email will be sent to the City College email address (x@mail.ccsf.edu) and you should access that email frequently as any communication from the college goes to that email address. You can check your college email account at your CCSF account website (myRAM Portal).

There is NO required material for this class!

You need to have a very good knowledge of HTML and CSS (according to W3C standards) and you also need to know how to upload your files to a web server using FTP software.

You will be using the Hills server to upload your assignments but if you have access to another server, that will be fine too. You will find information in Canvas on how to set up your Hills account or how to use Github as a web server.

Expectations for online students:

CNIT 133 - JavaScript, AJAX, jQuery

Welcome to the page of CNIT-133 Class!

You will find here the basic information about this class.

This is an in-person class that will use the Canvas - Canvas Login Page to distribute materials, also for assignments and final exam. It's NOT a self-paced class and students are required to attend the class every week for attendance/participation.

All the material for this class will be found at the Canvas website. All students officially registered in the course, will be able to access this website since the first day of class.

Students officially registered in this class will be receiving an email, with initial instructions, via the CCSF e-mail (@mail.ccsf.edu) - information about your CCSF Gmail account can be found in your myRAM Portal account. If you prefer to receive your email in another email account, you will need to login in your CCSF Gmail account and set up a forwarding to your preferred email otherwise you risk missing any information from faculty or staff of the college.

IMPORTANT!!!
Students should show up on the first week of class, otherwise they will be in risk of being dropped!

If required, the class will be delivered in a remote mode and the meetings will happen using Zoom

Course Description:

Advise: CNIT-132
Creation of interactive Web pages using JavaScript, including properties, methods, objects, and event handlers of the Document Object Model. Creation of interactive Web pages using AJAX technologies.

Material Used:

CNIT 133A - JavaScript libraries/frameworks

Welcome to the page of CNIT-133A Class!

You will find here the basic information about this class.

This is an online class that will use the Canvas - Canvas login page. It's NOT a self-paced class and students are required to log in every week for attendance/participation and assignments.

All the material for this class will be found at the Canvas website. All students officially registered in the course, will be able to access this website since the first day of class.

Students officially registered in this class will be receiving an email, with initial instructions, via the CCSF e-mail (@mail.ccsf.edu) - check the information of your CCSF email account at myRAM Portal (website used to register and/or drop classes).

This class is an introduction to many different JavaScript libraries/frameworks - it will give you a nice view of those libraries/frameworks for simple projects

IMPORTANT!!!
Students should "show up" (enter the Canvas course and participate in the initial forum) on the first week of class, otherwise they will be in risk of being dropped!

Expectations for online students:

Course Description:

Pre-req: CNIT 133 (JavaScript, AJAX, jQuery)
Advisory: CNIT 132 (Intermediate HTML & CSS)
An extension of the JavaScript course to define and study the use of the most common JavaScript frameworks/libraries to enhance web development projects.

Note:

This will be a very dynamic course distributed in topics - each topic will bring a new library and/or framework to be studied and each topic will be developed in 2 or 3 weeks.
A library or framework will be introduced, you will do researches and share with the group your findings, then students will be involved in projects to use the library or framework learned.
The learning experience will depend mainly on the group we have attending this class as we will be studying together brand new frameworks and libraries and the learning will happen with more cases and discussions we present in class.

Material Used:

CNIT 133I - JavaScript for IoT and XR

I will not be teaching this class during this term.

CNIT 133M - Mobile Web Dev w/ HTML, CSS, JS

Welcome to the page of CNIT-133M Class!

You will find here the basic information about this class.

This is an online class that will happen by using the Canvas website. Participation will be checked via the forums you will find in that website.

A very good knowledge of HTML, CSS (according to W3C Standards) and basic knowledge of JavaScript are required to succeed in this class. You will NOT be learning these topics in this class, you will practice how to use these items to develop web apps and also to design and code (or adapt) websites for mobile devices.

All the material for this class will be found at Canvas website. All students officially registered in the course, will be able to access this website since the first class.

If you are officially registered for this course, you will be receiving an email one week before classes start. The email will be sent to the email address that has been set up as preferred by City College - you should check your personal CCSF account (myRAM Portal) to verify the information of your CCSF Email account.

IMPORTANT!!!
Students officially registered in this class should login in Canvas and participate in the forum that will be shown in the first week. Students that do not participate in this forum risk being dropped from the class.

There is no book required but I might have some suggestions if you need. You will find some suggested websites that you should visit during the class

You will also be using the Hills server to upload your assignments. More instructions on how to access the Hills Server will be given on the first sessions of the class and also in the first email you will receive.

Course Description:

Lec-3
Highly Advised: CNIT-132, CNIT-133
Conversion of desktop websites and an introduction to building web applications for smart phones and mobile devices with intermediate HTML and JavaScript. Includes jQuery and intermediate CSS for controlling the appearance of mobile device websites and introduction of some development platforms.

Material Used:

Expectations for online students:

CNIT 134 - Server-side Tech for the Web

I will not be teaching this class during this term

CNIT 195 - Web Development Capstone

I will not be teaching this class during this term


COLLEGE OF SAN MATEO - FALL 2022

CIS 114 - JavaScript/AJAX Programming

This is an online class with no meetings scheduled.

You will find here the basic information about this class.

The class will happen at the Canvas website. Participation will be checked via the forums you will find in that website. All material, syllabus and assignments will also be found in that website. All students officially registered in the course, will be able to access this website since the first class.

A very good knowledge of HTML, CSS (according to W3C Standards) is highly advised to succeed in this class. You will NOT be learning these topics in this class, you will practice how to use these skills to start programming JavaScript and AJAX to create interactivity in your web pages.

If you are officially registered for this course, you will be receiving an email one week before classes start. The email will be sent to the college email address that every student receives. If you prefer to receive your email in another email address, you should login in the college email address and set up a forwarding to your preferred email otherwise you will be missing important information from the college.

IMPORTANT!!!
Students officially registered in this class should login in Canvas and participate in the forum that will be shown in the first week. Students that do not participate in this forum risk being dropped from the class.

There is no book required but you will see some suggestions in the syllabus when you login to the class. You will find some suggested websites that you should visit during the class

It will be better to use a web server that offers SSL (so you can use https:// in the URL of your web pages), the Descartes server offered by the college is an option and also Github (although not possible to use when we learn AJAX). You can use any other web server you have access to.

Course Description:

Study of the JavaScript programming language. Provides an overview of HTML5 and CSS, client-side programming, variables, arrays, functions, closures, event handlers, objects, form validation, cookies, and the DOM. Introduces AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) technologies, design patterns, server-side programming, RSS, JSON, open-source libraries, advanced topics such as ECMAScript versions, security, performance, and Web services. Intended for students with previous programming experience.

Material Used:

Expectations for online students:

CIS 128 - Mobile Web App Development

I will not be teaching this class during this term.