UNISA Short Course in Introduction to Internet and Web Design
University of South Africa Short Course in Introduction to Internet and Web Designs
This course focuses on important client-side and some server-side interaction aspects of the Internet. The aim is to empower the user to interact with the Internet in an effective and efficient manner, and to provide practical training in the design and creation of usable Web pages. At the end of this course, users will understand and be able to explain common terminology associated with the Internet. They will be able to use a variety of tools to help them design and publish Web pages that are both engaging and usable.
The relative novice with general Windows skills who wishes to gain the skills to use the Internet as a communications and research medium and publish his/her own Web pages, whether for personal or commercial use.
Senior Certificate or an equivalent NQF level 4 qualification
Internet access to the course material, e-mail facility and discussion forum on the course Web site.
Formative assessment and examination admission will comply with UNISA’s formative assessment rules and policies
Written assignments and practical exercises
The development of a static web site
- Introduction to the Internet
- HTML and CSS and Web Design
- Graphics preparation
Prof Mc Donald van der Merwe PhD (MST), UNISA
Centre for Software Engineering
Office 8-047, Theo van Wijk Building, UNISA
School of Computing
Office: Block C 3-06, Cnr Christiaan de Wet and Pioneer Avenue, Florida Campus, UNISA
Tel: 011 670 9131 / 9139