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ITD 210 :  Web Page Design II - 3 Credits
Professor:  Laurie Albert



In this course, you will learn how to make web sites using Dreamweaver CS4. The student taking this course should have completed ITD 110 and should have a thorough understanding of HTML.

You will learn by working through the tutorials in the textbook and submitting hands on exercises to the instructor. This course is very interactive and you will spend the majority of your time on the computer creating web pages.
What you learn in this course will benefit you by providing hands-on experience in designing, implementing, and maintaining a site on the WWW.

Prerequisite: ITD 110 Web Page Design



If you complete this course successfully, you will be able to:

  • Explain technical aspects of the Internet pertaining to Web Page Publishing
  • Create textual and graphical content for the World Wide Web using HTML tags and properties.  
  • Reflect critically upon the tools and procedures learned in this course.






Percentage of Grade

Introductory email


Assignments 1 - 9 (40 pts each)



Individual Web Project



2 Exams @ 200 pts each







Grading Scale

Grade Points Percent
A 940-1000 points 94-100 percent
B 840-939 points 84-93 percent
C 740-839 points 74-83 percent
D 640-739 points 64-73 percent
F Fewer than 640 points 0-36

Please note: If you fail both exams (64% or less) you will automatically receive the course grade of "F", regardless of your scores on the other assignments.





You are expected to take your examinations at one of the NVCC campus Testing Centers. Be sure to allow enough time to complete your exam before the Testing Center closes; Testing centers have specific policies relating to the administration of ELI exams. Testing Centers will NOT let you take an exam if you bring your children.  This is an issue of liability.

For Testing Center locations, hours of operation and policies, click here.

At all Testing Centers, you will be required to show photo identification to take your examination. This may be an official driver's license, a DMV ID, or a military ID. You will also be required to provide the appropriate Exam Pass found on your course web site or in the Syllabus, and your NovaConnect ID (also called your Student Number and EmplID). To look up your NovaConnect ID before you go to the testing center, go to http://www.nvcc.edu/novaconnect /.

If you have received a W grade, you must have written permission from your instructor to take exams. Be sure to take this permission with you to the Testing Center to take the exam.

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ELI Policies and Procedures

This is an Extended Learning Institute (ELI) course. ELI courses differ from campus courses in several important ways, including enrollment dates, communication with faculty, assignment completion requirements, and exams. You must follow ELI's policies and procedures if you take this course. Read (or review) ELI's Policies and Procedures before you begin the course. 

Contacting the Instructor



You may contact me through email at lalbert@nvcc.edu, by telephone at (703) 323-3024 


Beginning the Course


1. Use your web browser to connect to www.nvcc.edu/bbstart. Follow the directions to determine your email, Blackboard and VIVA account user names and passwords.
2. Access your email account and make sure you know how to use it; you will be required to use this account for all course-related email.
3. Log on to Blackboard at www.bb.vccs.edu.
4. Click on this course under "My Courses." Review the entire course to make sure you understand what will be required of you. Then start completing the assignments.

Please note that account generation takes approximately one week from the time of your paid registration. If you cannot log on after one week, contact the IT Help Desk.

Last Update: 4/23/2008