Technologies in Web Content Management

Technologies in Web Content Management

This course introduces concepts and techniques in website content representation, organization, presentation, and development with XML and related technologies. Students will learn about the basic XML syntax, XML vocabulary specification, data modeling, and XML Schema programming. Advanced topics will also be covered on manipulating XML data, including standards, namespaces and schemas, XML Transformation Language, and databases in relation to XML. Lab excises, case studies, and projects will be used to give students a hands-on experience as well as analytical skills in the Web content design and implementation.

Class Name Technologies in Web Content Management
Host School Syracuse University
Class Identifier IST 558
Credit Value 3 Credit Hours
Faculty Hsiao
Course Tool (Online) BlackboardCE
Class Description This course introduces concepts and techniques in website content representation, organization, presentation, and development with XML and related technologies. Students will learn about the basic XML syntax, XML vocabulary specification, data modeling, and XML Schema programming. Advanced topics will also be covered on manipulating XML data, including standards, namespaces and schemas, XML Transformation Language, and databases in relation to XML. Lab excises, case studies, and projects will be used to give students a hands-on experience as well as analytical skills in the Web content design and implementation.
Class Disclaimer Students agree to the course parameters of the host institution, including but not limited to: course management tools, grading, any required residencies, possible synchronous sessions, and academic calendars. Students are expected to meet deadlines as outlined in course syllabus and to contribute to class participation. Please allow 2-3 weeks for grade processing after the end date of the course. Check that this delay will not interfere with deadline dates at your school for graduation or financial aid. ** SYLLABUS IS A DRAFT FROM A PREVIOUS SEMESTER: UPDATED SYLLABUS WILL BE ADDED WHEN IT IS AVAILABLE **
Delivery Asynchronous
Start and End Date August 30th, 2010 - December 16th, 2010
Start and End Time
(if synchronous)
Days of Week
(of class meetings, if synchronous)
Last Add Day July 30th, 2010
Residency Start and End Date No Residency
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