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World Wide Web

Important changes to WWW courses effective fall 2012.

All courses in the WWW program have merged into CIS and CAB effective with the Fall 2012 academic term.  Credit previously earned in WWW will certainly be honored.

Use the following grid to identify the new course numbers and disciplines. 

For more information, contact Michele Reznick, at 847.635.1904 or mreznick@oakton.edu.

Old Course Number

New Course Number

Course Title

Notes

WWW101

-

Overview of the Internet

Withdrawn

WWW111

CIS111

Fundamentals of the Internet

 

WWW131

CIS131

Building a Web Page

 

WWW132

CIS132

Cascading Style Sheets

 

WWW135

 CIS137

Intro to Web-Based Course Development

Effective Fall 2012

WWW141

CAB170

Web Authoring Software

Name changed to Adobe Dreamweaver

WWW145

CIS148

Introduction to Database-Driven Websites

 

WWW151

CIS152

Web Development Tools

 

WWW155

 

Blogging and Podcasting

Withdrawn

WWW161

CAB178

Flash

Name changed to Adobe Flash

WWW171

CIS171

Advanced Web Page Development

 

WWW181

CIS232

Web Scripting

 

WWW185

 

Web Development Using Ruby on Rails

 Withdrawn

WWW195

 CIS237

e-Learning Development

Effective Fall 2012

WWW205

CIS248

Web Database Management

 

WWW210

CIS214

Web Site Maintenance and Management

 

WWW220

CIS188

Active Server Pages

 

WWW221

 

AJAX Using ASP.net

Withdrawn

WWW251

CIS251

Internship Experience

 

WWW290

CIS290

Topics in WWW

 
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