Curriculum development in Internet and multimedia technology

Sylvia Sorkin, Barbara Mento, Donna Tupper, Kathleen Harmeyer
2000 Proceedings of the thirty-first SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education - SIGCSE '00  
Employers in business, entertainment, and education seek employees to help them meet the demands for web-based interactive technologies. This paper describes a thirtycredit, community college certificate program in Internet and Multimedia Technology (I/MMT), and plans to expand it to an associate's degree program. Detailed descriptions of two courses, Multimedia Authoring I and Internet Programming, central to the program are provided. The program immerses students in a/ technology-rich
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doi:10.1145/330908.331811 dblp:conf/sigcse/SorkinMTH00 fatcat:r46n73agpnfmxddpuuizmt5c3i