CS 50.12 HTML 5 :: Interactive Web Pages


Instructor: Linda Hemenway

Phone: 527 - 4855

E-mail: lhemenway@santarosa.edu

Class Meeting Time: 5-7 pm - Room 2928

Lab Time: 7-8 pm - Room 2806

Office Hours: Thursday 1 - 4pm - Room 2939 SR campus

E-mail Office Hours: 9:30-11:00am Monday and Wednesday

skype meetings as needed :: skype name :: lindahemenway

Linda's Homepage: http://www.santarosa.edu/~lhemenw/

Texts and Materials:
Required Text: Introducing HTML5 by Bruce lawson and Remy Sharp(Author).

Required Software:
Notepad [pc] / Textedit [mac]
Homesite [pc] / BBEdit [mac]
FTP software - SSH client [win] / Fugu [mac]
Web Browsers - I recommend you have at least 3 browsers :: Firefox :: Chrome :: IE (PC) or Safari.

Grades will be assigned as follows:
90% for an "A"
80% for a "B"
70% for a "C"
60% for a "D".

Late Policy:
All assignments are due at 11:59pm PST on the due date. A late submission will receive a 20% penalty. Submissions more than 1 week late are not accepted. Late work will not be graded unless student sends instructor an email with URL for late work.

Credit-No Credit:
You may take this class credit/no-credit. You must decide by the 6th class and file the appropriate form with Admissions and Records.

Dropping the Class: If you decide to discontinue this course, it is your responsibility to officially drop it to avoid getting no refund (after 10% of course length), a W symbol (after 20%), or a grade (after 60%).

Important Dates
Date Class Begins 8/25/2011
Date Class Ends 12/22/2011
Last Day Add with add code 9/11/2011
Last Day Drop for Refund 9/4/2011
Last Day for P/NP option 10/2/2011
Last Day Drop w/o W 9/18/2011
Last Day Drop with W 11/27/2011

Getting Help:
Please never ever feel guilty about asking me for help, it is normal to become confused and I am happy to help. The primary method for asking a question is via e-mail, but you can also send me your phone # and good times to call, and we can talk about your problem. I do not check my messages much during the summer, so I don't recommend you call my office.

If you would like to meet with me in person I encourage you to come by and see me in my office.

When asking for help online don't forget that if you e-mail me you must include "CS 50.12" in the subject line, include your first and last name, the section # for your class, and then describe the problem as specifically as possible The more detailed your question, the easier it is to answer.

Email Response Policy
I check email daily M-F and at lest one day on the wekends. I will attempt to answer email questions within 48 hrs.

Student Conduct
To review the SRJC Student Conduct Standards visit this web site http://www.santarosa.edu/for_students/rules-regulations/student-conduct.shtml

Email etiquette
Here is a list of some basic guidelines:

  • Email can easily be misinterpreted; be brief, polite, patient, and never send an email when angry.
  • Always include a pertinent subject title for the message so that the reader can quickly locate the message and determine its importance.
  • Never assume your email messages are private or that they will be read by only yourself or the recipient.
  • Capitalize words only to highlight an important point or to distinguish a title or heading. Capitalizing whole words is termed as SHOUTING!
  • Be professional in speaking of others. Email is easily forwarded.

It is rude to forward personal email without the author's permission