CWB130 – Complete Web Editing Tools (Dreamweaver)Credits: 3
Teaches the use of tools for Web page design and development. These tools are designed to make the creation of Web pages easy and consistent. With the use of editing tools, students will be able to build Web pages making use of forms, tables, frames, templates, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and layers. The student will also be able to easily publish and manage a Web site once it is created.
Course Sessions and Academic Dates
- Summer – Summer Semester (10-week) – Classes Begin – 06/03/2019
- Summer – Summer Semester (10-week) – Last Day to Add – 06/04/2019
- Summer – Summer Semester (10-week) – Last Day to Drop – 06/13/2019
- Summer – Summer Semester (10-week) – Last Day to Withdraw – 07/29/2019
- Summer – Summer Semester (10-week) – Last Day of Class – 08/10/2019
- Fall – Full Semester (15-week) – Classes Begin – 09/03/2019
- Fall – Full Semester (15-week) – Last Day to Add – 09/05/2019
- Fall – Full Semester (15-week) – Last Day to Drop – 09/18/2019
- Fall – Full Semester (15-week) – Last Day to Withdraw – 11/25/2019
- Fall – Full Semester (15-week) – Last Day of Class – 12/14/2019
- Spring – FastTrack 2 (6-week) – Classes Begin – 03/30/2020
- Spring – FastTrack 2 (6-week) – Last Day to Add – 03/31/2020
- Spring – FastTrack 2 (6-week) – Last Day to Drop – 04/06/2020
- Spring – FastTrack 2 (6-week) – Last Day to Withdraw – 05/01/2020
- Spring – FastTrack 2 (6-week) – Last Day of Class – 05/09/2020
Important NOTES pertaining to this courseIt is important that you view ALL notes pertaining to your course.
Hello CWB130 students!
Welcome to a new semester and thank you for enrolling for CWB130. We would like to take this opportunity to remind you to make sure you have access to the correct version of the Adobe software for this semester.
The textbook for your course is using Adobe software version Creative Cloud (CC). We will be learning Dreamweaver CC. This textbook is available as an EBOOK in your course and will be available once you log into the course. You will click a link within the course and it will take you to the MindTap or CourseMate system, which is separate from D2L. You may need to create a student account quickly before accessing the book.
**Important** Dreamweaver has been updated by Adobe since the release of the textbook for this course. You will be asked to install a slightly older version of the software in order to be able to follow the book's tutorials. If you choose to install a newer version of the software, you can expect some differences in the user interface and functionality between what's shown in the book vs. what's in the software.
**Also Important** It is highly recommended that you have previous HTML/CSS and web design experience. Whether that's an HTML course or work experience doesn't matter. Learning Dreamweaver while also learning the basics of HTML and CSS is very challenging and you might find yourself putting in more hours than expected.
You can purchase a subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud from your college bookstore or http://cccs.onthehub.com.
You can choose to use the Multimedia lab at your home college, if they have one. You will need to contact your college and see what is available. Generally, Multimedia Labs are separate from the general Computer Labs on campus. Be aware that your home college's Multimedia lab probably has a newer version of the software.
Your CWB class from CCCOnline this semester uses a Cengage EBOOK, accessed from within the CCCOnline D2L system. You will click a link within the course and it will take you to the MindTap or CourseMate system, which is separate from D2L. You may need to create a student account quickly before accessing the book. Access your book as soon as you can get into your course to make sure everything works properly. This online access provides you with additional activities and materials to help you learn the application.
You can purchase an optional hardcopy textbook from your college bookstore.
In order to succeed in an online Computer Web-Based course, you need to know how to install software, navigate the Internet, and perform basic computer-related tasks.
If you have any questions or comments, you can contact Computer Technologies Program Chair Kate Hagerty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May you have a very successful semester!
Please view Notes from the Department Chair and Field Trip/Field Work to see if there are additional requirements for this course.
This online course has the same prerequisite requirements as the on-campus course. Please check your home college catalog or schedule for specific prerequisite information.
Course MaterialsIt's time to order your course materials for the Summer 2019 semester.
To place an order, please contact your home college bookstore.
Notes to Students:
This is a digital content course. An optional hard copy text is available. The custom text is loose-leaf and may require the use of a large binder.