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Prof. Bachelor in Web Development. Welcome! . Agenda. Only a general introduction today! We stop at around 11.40, then lunch to 12.15 What we do today Name tags (and other material) Introduction to the school and education Student interviews and presentations

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  • Only a general introduction today!
  • We stop at around 11.40, then lunch to 12.15
  • What we do today
    • Name tags (and other material)
    • Introduction to the school and education
    • Student interviews and presentations
    • Presentation of the teachers
    • Timetable
    • Introduction to the study, and how we work
the school
The School
  • Where are we…?
    • You are at ZIBAT (Zealand Institute of Business and Technology)
    • In Danish: Erhvervsakademi Sjælland (EASJ)
    • Website: or
    • At ZIBAT, you are on Campus Roskilde
    • Other ZIBAT campuses are Køge, Næstved, Slagelse, Nykøbing Falster
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The School
  • A bit of history…
    • Until 1/1 2012, we (this part of Campus Roskilde) were part of RHS
    • RHS: Roskilde Handelsskole (Roskilde Business College)
    • We still use some of the IT systems on RHS…
    • Apart from that, it has few practical consequences for students
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The School
  • Before…


Campus Roskilde



Supp. Education for adults

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The School
  • Now!


Campus Roskilde

Campus Køge

Campus Slagelse

Campus Næstved

Campus Nyk. Sj.

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The School
  • Practical things to note…
    • All your classes are in this building (Building 1), in room 115
    • The Student Support Center is in this building, in room 126
    • IT-support is in the neighbouring building (Building 3)
    • The student cafeteria is in the neighbouring building (Building 3)
the education
The Education
  • You have specifically signed up for…
  • Professional Bachelor in Web Development
  • Shorthand: PBA Web
  • Two ”roads” to this education
    • AP degree in Computer Science (CS)
    • AP degree in Multimedia Design & Communication (MM)
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The Education

PBA Web ”Core”

Suppl. course

Suppl. course



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The Education
  • Elective courses (may change…)
    • Advanced media technologies
    • Web communication and network sociology
    • Development for mobile platforms
    • Project management
    • Advanced CMS
    • Science theory
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The Education
  • Notes on the education
    • The entire education is 90 ECTS
    • All mandatory courses are 10 ECTS
    • Elective courses are 5 or 10 ECTS
    • Everybody must have courses totalling 60 ECTS
    • Internship is 15 ECTS
    • Bachelor project is 15 ECTS
    • 60 + 15 + 15 ECTS = A total of 90 ECTS
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The Education
  • Education is a mix of technical and not-so-technical courses
    • More technical than MM
    • Less technical than CS
  • 1st semester probably a bit more technical than 2nd semester
  • More freedom of choice on 3rd semester
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The Education
  • What are the exams like…?
    • Exams are oral (presentation/dialog)
    • One exam per course
      • 1.sem: 3 exams, 2.sem: 3-4 exams, 3.sem: 1 exam
    • 30 minutes preparation for a drawn question, possibly involving a project from the semester
    • 30 minutes examination
    • Being able to speak English reasonably well is essential!
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Interviews & Presentation
  • Team up with a another student
  • ”Interview” each other for about 2-3 minutes, about education, background, expectations, etc..
  • Present your partner for the class, for about half a minute
  • Try to team up with someone you don’t know already 
  • Teachers on 1st semester
  • Mogens Jacobsen
  • Interface Design and Digital Aesthetics
  • Website: Mogens will tell you in his first class…
  • Teachers on 1st semester
  • Poul Henriksen
  • Development Environments and CMS
  • Website:
  • Teachers on 1st semester
  • Per Laursen
  • Back-End Programming
  • Front-End Development
  • Website:
  • Teachers on 2nd semester…
  • …not decided yet, but probably
    • Jørgen Schou (Databases & XML)
    • Elective courses
      • Vibeke Sandau (Web Communication and Network Sociology)
      • Mogens Jacobsen (Advanced Media Technology)
      • ???
  • How much (on average)?
  • When (all classes in room 115)
the study how we work
The study – how we work
  • We are about 20 students
    • About half with MM background
    • About half with CS background
  • Many different nationalities
  • Many different cultures
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The study – how we work
  • You are (hopefully)
    • Adults
    • Mature
    • Have chosen to be here voluntarily
    • Here to learn
  • So we expect you to be
    • Active
    • Prepared
    • Tolerant and respectful (both to the teacher and other students!)
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The study – how we work
  • In class, it is OK to
    • Ask questions (!), in English
    • Solve exercises together
    • Ask others for help
    • Bring and consume a ”neutral drink” (bottle of water, soft drink, etc.)
    • Put your cell phone on silent mode…
    • Do something else while seated at the computer, but quietly…
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The study – how we work
  • In class, it is not OK to
    • Talking on your cell phone
    • Talk loudly about irrelevant matters
    • Behave noisily in general
    • Disrespect others, if they e.g. ask what you consider a trivial question
    • Eat while seated at the PC
    • Sleep in class…
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The study – how we work
  • How much am I supposed to work?
  • A bit of math:
    • Each semester is 30 ECTS
    • 1 ECTS is about 27 hours of work
    • So, each semester represents 800 hours of work
    • A semester is about 20 weeks, including the exam period
    • About 40 hours of work each week
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The study – how we work

But…didn’t we have 17 classes per week?

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The study – how we work
  • The majority of work is done at home!
    • Study the curriculum proactively
    • Explore the tools
    • Practice!
  • Having e.g. a full-time job along with the study will be very difficult
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The study – how we work
  • Main learning elements
    • Teacher lectures
    • Classroom exercises
    • Projects
    • Self study
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The study – how we work




Classroom exercises

Teacher lectures




walking tour of the school
Walking tour of the school
  • In general, the school is open from early in the morning (7.00), until late afternoon (17.00)
  • With a student card, you can stay at the school until 22.00 on weekdays…
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Walking tour of the school
  • Points of interest
    • Entrances
    • Classrooms (yours is room 115)
    • Common area, with school computers
    • Student support center (room 126)
    • IT-helpdesk (building 3)
    • Cafeteria (building 3)
  • Books are handed out from the Student Support Center
  • REMEMBER that the book package is different for Front- and Back-End students!
  • We will do this Wednesday morning (9.10)
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Hardware & Software
  • The preferred hardware platform at the school is Windows (like it or not…)
  • You can use a Mac, BUT you will have to be able to install Windows software on it!
  • Different options
    • Dual boot (BootCamp)
    • Virtual machine (Parallels, VirtualBox,…)
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Hardware & Software
  • The school will provide access to the development tools we use (Visual Studio)
  • A decent drawing tool will also be useful
  • If you need a Windows 7 copy for dual boot on a MAC, you can buy it at the school for a very low price
  • Don’t panic if you do not have everything up and running on day 1…