This course is a continuation of Communication and Information Technologies 1. This second part focuses on databases. Through projects and hands-on assignments, students will develop a basic understanding of back-end web development. Students will learn to organize information in categories and records, create data tables and establish relationships between tables using keys. They will design interfaces for the presentation and entry of data. Students will learn to plan and document the infrastructure of websites and apps using data models, wireframes and other methods. Students will also have the opportunity to combine the front-end web development skills acquired in other courses in several app creation projects.
This course teaches students how to create interactive multimedia documents. Students will learn how to create and combine a variety of multimedia content including text, images, graphics, sound and animations. Upon completion of this course, students will produce web pages and web sites that will be published online.
This course trains students to write and format training manuals that are easy to read, have an attractive and useful design and are clearly illustrated. Each student will produce a user manual, to explain features of a software program. The successful student will demonstrate mastery of technical communication skills as well as proficiency using a word processing program, a page layout program, a universal document exchange program, and a Web site program.