|Mapa da ESE Setúbal|
Production of Materials for the Web
Scholar Year: 2022/2023 - 1S
||Tecnologias de Informação e Comunicação
||N. of students
|João Vitor Torres||Head|
|Type of classes
Intended learning outcomes (Knowledges, skills and competencies to be developed by the students)
To understand the role of ICT in society;
To identify the main factors associated with online publishing;
To explore tools appropriate to build materials and publish them in the web; Conceive, plan and build a prototype of a "web site" of an organization;
To identify, collect and select information appropriate to the project objectives; To present and support findings and conclusions.
At the end of the unit students should be able to:
Demonstrate skills in the use of suitable programs for the development of Web pages; Demonstrate and apply basic principles and rules in design and development of a Website; Demonstrate expertise with the concept of accessibility in the implementation of websites.
Basic concepts about the Internet and World Wide Web
Computers, addresses and domains
Concept of hypertext, hypermedia, multimedia, interactivity and navigability. Fundamental principles of Web design
Definition of usability
Concept of accessibility
Building websites: Planning, organizing and maintenance
Use of Image and Multimedia on the Web
Programming in HTML: basic HTML and HTML editors
Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the UC intended learning outcomes
The intent of the course contents is to provide the learning necessary for students to achieve the expected objectives. The theoretical concepts and practices to develop in class activities allow students to develop knowledge and be able to perform the essential actions to anyone who has to develop a website with the quality required for their publication to a specific audience.
The work under this course will focus on the active participation of students in work either individually or in a workgroup looking for the deepening of knowledge related to the design and publishing of products for the Web. Classes are organized into four components:
a) reading, discussion and analysis of texts;
b) resolution of practical activities;
c) working groups which will comprise the design and development of a prototype of a site;
d) presentation and discussion of projects (group work).
Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's intended learning outcomes
The four work components of the course provide workplace diversity and variety of situations. Students who participate in this unit should be involved in individual and group activities, which will promote, on the one hand, the appropriation of theoretical concepts and knowledge of website design tools, and secondly, the development of individual and teamwork skills.
The reading and discussion of texts allow students to acquire theoretical knowledge, the practical activities allow the acquisition of skills in the use of appropriate software to build websites, design, development and presentation of a project allows students to implement the theoretical knowledge and skills above, applied to a specific situation and in the context of their academic activities.
Assessment methodologies and evidences
The evaluation will be done through student participation in class, through the resolution of the practical proposals and their involvement in design, preparation and presentation of a small project work.
The final grade will take into account the following weights:
Participation in classes and resolution of practical activities - 40%
Intermediate activity (november) - 20%
Design and discussion of the final project proposal - 10%
Development of the final work project - 20%
Presentation and discussion of the Work Project - 10%
Students not subject to continuous assessment will be assessed through an exam.
In accordance with the institution's frequency and evaluation regime.
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