University of New Hampshire, Department of Computer Science

Information Technology 502
, Intermediate Web Design

Spring 2017

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This is the Web presentation for IT502 - Intermediate Web Design. Here, you will find all the information you will need to make it through the course: what we’ll cover, what you need to read, what coursework you’ll need to complete, where to turn for more information, and a whole lot more.

The contents of this site are subject to change throughout the semester. It is your responsibility to check for changes often. The list below will notify you of important changes. The latest changes are always at the top of the list. If you have any questions about the details of a given message, please contact your instructor at amgilder@cs.unh.edu.

5/1
I have posted the schedule for the presentations of the Team Project. These are obviously hard deadlines for you to present, since we have no room to reschedule. Final reports are not due until after your presentation, so focus on the presentation as your first priority.
4/21
The final batch of tutorials has been posted. The links are on the Tutorials page. The date in parentheses after each link indicates the date on which each tutorial was posted. If an additional tutorial is posted after this, I will announce that fact on this page, but critiques of any posted tutorials posted after today will be optional, not required.
4/18
The link to Tim Flanagan’s tutorial has now been fixed on the Tutorials page. The date in parentheses after this link has been updated to allow the full five days for submitting the critique. Apologies for the confusion.
4/16
Another batch of tutorials has been posted. The links are on the Tutorials page. The date in parentheses after each link indicates the date on which each tutorial was posted. Note that, for various reasons, some tutorials have not been posted. The notes in parentheses indicate this fact rather than the date of publication. Unless notified to the contrary via one of these announcements in the future, you are not required to complete critiques for tutorials that are so noted.
4/8
All of the tutorials that have been submitted to date have now been posted. The links are on the Tutorials page. The date in parentheses after each link indicates the date on which the tutorial was posted. If your tutorial appears with “not currently available” after it, it means I have not yet received it. If you believe you have already submitted it, contact me ASAP to sort things out.
4/1
The tutorials that accompany the presentations given last week have been posted. The links are on the Tutorials page. The date in parentheses after each link indicates the date on which the tutorial was posted. Calculate deadlines based upon these dates.
3/28
The tutorials that accompany the presentations given last week have been posted. The links are on the Tutorials page. The date in parentheses after each link indicates the date on which the tutorial was posted. Calculate deadlines based upon these dates and use these dates to note which tutorials are new posts throughout the remainder of the semester.
2/4
The topics and due dates for the Individual Project have now been posted on the Schedule page, beginning on March 23. These are hard deadlines for the presentations, and your tutorial and exam questions will be due by 11:59 PM on the date for which your presentation is scheduled.
1/21
Posted pages for the semester