Introduction to Web Authoring
- to design and build a website for a case study small business or optionally for an organisation of the students' choice
- to validate a website so that it complies with current web standards (HTML5 and CSS3)
- to publish a website online
- to encourage students to acquire self-study skills so they can keep up in the context of rapidly-changing technologies, tools, techniques and methods.
- Web Page Authoring: Web page authoring using web standards for HTML5 and CSS3. Browser differences. Validators.
- Web Design: Colour theory. Layout and typography. Accessibility. Storyboarding. Sitemap. Planning website architecture.
- Web Publishing: FTP File Transfer Protocol
- Legal issues: Copyright and IPR
- Basic PC and internet skills.
- File compression tools (compress files, extract compressed files using WinZip)
- Folder and file management (create, rename and organise folders, recognise filetypes from their file extension, change folder options)
- Searching the web using a browser (save a web page, view a page source, open local files, adding to favourites, change browser settings, use History menu, download resources)
Timetables, locations and term dates
Programme specific timetables are listed in the handbooks available for each programme. Please consult the relevant programme page.
- Term dates and holiday closing
- Timetable listing modules by term and day of the week
- Timetable and venue information for the week ahead
Enrolled students can find their personal teaching timetable and the location of classes on their My Birkbeck profile.