All students are reminded that the following policies are in force as outlined in ODU's publication on College Classroom Conduct:
Computers may only be used to work on eci 304 coursework and assignments during class meetings. Examples of prohibited computer use include:
Cell phones are to be disabled upon entering the classroom. Students may not make or receive calls during class, nor leave class to make or receive calls. Exceptions will only be made in emergency situations cleared prior to class.
No student may leave early without instructor permission. Late arrivals result in 1/2 of an unexcused absence.
In most cases students found in violation of the above will be dropped from the class and turned over to the Office of Student Judicial Affairs for further action.
The Virginia Beach School District has created a set of practice exams for city and SOL computer literacy. Please take the following to find out where you stand. Part of next week's midterm will cover this knowledge.
You are required to know certain skills. These are called TSIP requirements, which are spelled out in the state TSIP Standards. One of your readings was critical of these standards. Revisit that reading and be ready to comment on it. Also, how are TSIP requirements decided upon and administered?
Example - <h1 align="center">Mary Taylor</h1> yields:
A web page is just a document until it is published. Hopefully I will have a place for you to place things. The following tutorial will help remind you of what we did to post your web page on the Internet. I will distribute the ftp information in class.
You will always use "inline" graphics. They are placed using the <img src="url"> tag. The URL can be absolute or relative, but 99% of the time you will use relative (linking to another person's links is both bad form and risky, as who knows with they will move them?).
I'd like you to take a fair amount of time and work on graphics. There are a number of links available to help you at any level. Please view the table on the right for places to help your graphics work.
I strongly suggest going through Graphics 101.
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