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LIS-S 531 Information Structures for the Web

3 credits

  • Prerequisites: LIS-S 500, LIS-S 507
  • Delivery: Online
  • Semesters offered: Spring
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  • This course covers the principles, methods, and techniques of basic-to-advanced markup and scripting to develop web pages and digital services. This course emphasizes work with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript combined with server-side scripting to develop valid, accessible, and usable information structures.

    Learning Outcomes

    1. Produce standard HTML5 to create valid markup for a user interface.
    2.  Design cascading style sheets (CSS) to give form and layout to a user interface.
    3.  Implement responsive web design to satisfy all user devices.
    4.   Compose markup that meets standard web accessibility requirements.
    5.  Recognize and solve common issues in creating a digital service.
    6.  Appraise international approaches to digital services.