Introduction to the course
By the end of the module the students will be able to
- build web pages in HTML
- style web pages using simple CSS
- exploit images, sound, video and animations in web pages
- build simple interactive applications in JavsScript that run within the web browser to collect responses from subjects
- store subject responses within a server application
- perform statistical analyses and build graphical displays of experimental data within web pages
Lectures & Labs
Each week the course will offer the student a one and a half hour lecture and one and a half hour practical class in the teaching laboratory.
|Lectures||Friday 2.00-3.30||Room B07|
|Laboratory||Friday 3.30-5.00||Room B07|
|Lecturer & Tutor||Mark Huckvaleemail@example.com|
The assessment for the course will involve designing and running a web-based experiment then documenting the process through a web site.
The deadline for implementation of the website is currently Wednesday 21st December 2016.
The course has a moodle page at https://moodle.ucl.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=28051.
The Moodle site will contain links to course notes, lecture slides and to additional resources.
The course handbook is written as a set of web pages and can be found at: http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/courses/spsci/webprog/.
The web design used for the course handbook is designed to be readable on portable devices. Course notes can also be converted for the Kindle e-book reader
The course notes will index a range of web sites containing useful information about the topics. Use these to help develop your understanding of the concepts covered.
Use the Moodle Discussion forum for any specific questions you have outside the tutorial time. Also post messages if you find other interesting web sites relevant to the course.
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