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Web Development Modules For Non Web Programming Students

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Conference

2003 Annual Conference

Location

Nashville, Tennessee

Publication Date

June 22, 2003

Start Date

June 22, 2003

End Date

June 25, 2003

ISSN

2153-5965

Conference Session

Computers in Education Poster Session

Page Count

10

Page Numbers

8.1298.1 - 8.1298.10

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https://peer.asee.org/11398

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Roger Ferguson

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Lisa Anneberg

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Ece Yaprak

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Session 1037

Web Development Modules for Non-Web Programming Students

Lisa Anneberg Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Lawrence Technological University Southfield, MI 48075 248-204-2539 anneberg@ltu.edu

Roger Ferguson Department of Computer Science and Information Systems Grand Valley State University Allendale, MI 49544-9403 616-895-2060 ferguson@gvsu.edu

Ece Yaprak Division of Engineering Technology Wayne State University Detroit, MI 48202 313-577-8075 yaprak@eng.wayne.edu

ABSTRACT

The World Wide Web is ubiquitous, interesting, and is now a part of many electrical and computer engineering courses. A set of Web design modules for utilization in non-web programming electrical and computer engineering undergraduate classes is introduced in this paper. The modules began as an introductory exercise for a “Circuits for the non- major” class, and have been adapted for utilization for a number of different audiences. The introductory module for the Circuits class takes about 15 minutes on the first day of class, and proves to be a popular introduction for the non-major [mechanical engineering students and civil engineering students] to the topic of ‘electrical and computer engineering’. The students have laptops in class, and are instructed to develop a small webpage to describe themselves to the entire class. The WebPages are posted on the course Blackboard, which is course management software, during the first session and the instructor displays the pages as a different way for students to introduce themselves on the first day of class. This type of interactivity is utilized in engineering design in industry, and students find the environment stimulating. Web page design is approached in the Proceedings of the 2003 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition Copyright @2003, American Society for Engineering Education

Ferguson, R., & Anneberg, L., & Yaprak, E. (2003, June), Web Development Modules For Non Web Programming Students Paper presented at 2003 Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee. https://peer.asee.org/11398

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