Web-based Learning System

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Murota Masao 
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Fall Semester

Purpose of lecture

At first, this course introduces networking and application protocols used in the Internet, which are bases for learning information systems. This course is intended for anyone wishing to understand how TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol), DNS (Domain Name System), SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), and HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) protocols operate.

Second, this course introduces basic Web technologies for learning information system, a recent Web world, evolutions in education by ICT (Information and Communication Technology), and guidelines to make e-Learning courses more effective. The basic Web technologies include HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol), CGI (Common Gateway Interface), Cookie, Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML), DOM (Document Object Model), and Web application framework. This course is also intended for anyone wishing to learn these technologies and effects in education.

Plan of lecture

1: Introduction to the Internet (Layering Model)
2: Network Layer
3: Transport Layer
4: Domain Name System
5: E-mail System
6: World Wide Web
7: Web Interaction Technologies (1): CGI, Cookie
8: Web Interaction Technologies (2): Ajax, DOM
9: Web Interaction Technologies (3): HTML5
10: Guidelines for effective e-Learning contents (1)
11: Guidelines for effective e-Learning contents (2)
12: Guidelines for effective e-Learning contents (3)
13: Guidelines for effective e-Learning contents (4)
14: Advanced e-Learning (1)
15: Advanced e-Learning (2)

Textbook and reference

No textbook is required. Houdout will be distributed.

Related and/or prerequisite courses

If you have got the credit of "Learning Information Network" or "Learning Information System" by Murota, you can't take this course.


Attendance, mini reports, and a final report

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