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CS 006 Effective Use of WWW Fall 2007. WeeSan Lee weesan@cs.ucr.edu. http://www.cs.ucr.edu/~weesan/cs6/00_introduction.ppt. Lectures Tue & Thur (TR) Engr2 143 9:40-11am* Office hours TR 11-12pm @ Engr2 110 or by appt. Labs Wed Engr2 127 Sessions 8:10-11am 11:10-2pm 6:10-9pm*

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cs 006 effective use of www fall 2007

CS 006 Effective Use of WWWFall 2007

WeeSan Lee weesan@cs.ucr.edu

http://www.cs.ucr.edu/~weesan/cs6/00_introduction.ppt

schedule
Lectures

Tue & Thur (TR)

Engr2 143

9:40-11am*

Office hours

TR 11-12pm @ Engr2 110 or by appt

Labs

Wed

Engr2 127

Sessions

8:10-11am

11:10-2pm

6:10-9pm*

Office hours

TBA

Schedule
course management
Course Management
  • Moodle
    • http://moodle.cs.ucr.edu/
    • CS6
policy
Policy
  • NO CHEATING
    • Do your own work
    • Plagiarism is an act of presenting someone else’s ideas as your own
    • Cheating will result an ‘F’ in the class
  • Cite and reference resources
    • Readers can find the information you used
policy cont
Policy (cont)
  • Attendance to the class and lab is mandatory
  • Absent with a doctor note will be excused
  • Turn off your cell phone or beeper
course overview
Course Overview
  • A detailed, non-technical introduction to the Internet, covering Web tools, e-communities, e-commerce, power searching, and verification of information, privacy, and other legal and societal issues.
topics
Topics
  • Bits & Bytes
  • Basic Computer Terminology
  • Basic Computer Network
  • Internet Services
  • Search
  • Email & SPAM
  • E-commerce
topics cont
Topics (cont)
  • Computer Security
  • News groups, mailing lists, blogging
  • Realtime communication
  • File sharing
  • Copyright issues
  • The impact of the Internet
textbook
Textbook
  • Textbook
    • Internet Effectively: A Beginner's Guide to the World Wide Web
      • By Tyrone Adams and Sharon Scollard
      • ISBN: 0321304292
  • Reference (optional)
    • Web 101 (3rd Edition)
      • By Wendy G. Lehnert and Richard L. Kopec
      • ISBN: 0321424670
grading
Grading
  • Homework 10%
  • Labs 20%
  • Quiz 1 10%
  • Quiz 2 10%
  • Final 20%
  • Final Project 30%
grading homework 10
Grading - Homework (10%)
  • Given at the end of each Thur’s lecture
    • Except for the week of Thanksgiving and last week
  • Due on the following Mon @ 11:55pm
    • Except for the 1st homework which dues on Wed @ 11:55pm
  • For example
    • Read an article and post your opinion on the article
    • Screen-dump submission
grading labs 20
Grading - Labs (20%)
  • Web page construction
    • Using text editor, eg. Notepad
  • HTML
  • Attendance is mandantory
  • Ask your TA to check you off before leaving
grading quiz final 10 10 20
Grading - Quiz & Final (10%+10%+20%)
  • Multiple choices
  • Short answers
grading final project 30
Grading - Final Project (30%)
  • “Reinventing the Internet”
    • Email vs. webmail
    • Mailing list vs. googlegroups/yahoogroups
    • IRC/Talk vs. IM
    • BBS vs. Blog
    • Netmeeting vs. Skype
    • Search engines: altavista vs. google
    • Netscape vs. IE
    • Social Networks: Myspace vs. Facebook
grading final project cont
Grading - Final Project (cont)
  • Team project
    • 4-5 members (~12 teams in total)
    • Research a topic
    • Write a report
    • Present your report
  • Audiences are the VC with millions of $$$
    • Get to vote if each team gets funded or rejected
  • Extra credits for the best team
grading final project cont16
Grading - Final Project (cont)
  • Grading
    • Journal Log 5%
    • Proposal 5%
    • Presentation 5%
    • Peer Review 5%
    • Final Report 10%
bottom line
Bottom Line
  • Enjoy geek-only parties
  • Power Internet users
  • Effective use of the Internet
  • Learn something new

Q&A

homework
Homework
  • Read RFC2555
    • ftp://ftp.rfc-editor.org/in-notes/rfc2555.txt
  • List all the names of the people appeared in the RFC
  • Submit the list via Moodle by next Wed (Oct 3) @ 23:55pm