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Exam Bank In Progress

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Now that the fall semester is almost here, we did want to announce that we have spent some time this past summer constructing an exam bank for the textbook. The bank will consist of a (very) long Microsoft Word document. Each chapter contains a number of multiple choice and short answer questions. This will be a living document that will grow over time and will be available to instructors via the Pearson Ed web portal for instructors who are using the book in the course.

Right now the Word document is over 80 pages, with 30-50 multiple choice questions for each chapter. We hope to make a preliminary version (that covers the first dozen or so chapters) of the exam bank available on the Pearson site within a few weeks.

Fall 2014 – Web Development Textbook Available

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Well the 2014 Fall semester is nearly upon us and we are tidying up all materials for the book and our web development courses here at Mount Royal University.

This will be the first time where students actually have access to all these materials through the textbook and we’re pumped about the prospects.

To anyone out there using this book this semester, we hope you get as much out of the book as we put in!

Powerpoint Materials Completed

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It was really fun to build the 21 Powerpoint presentations based on the Chapters from the book.

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I hope these resources help professors build lectures and lesson plans using the Fundamentals of Web Development.

As with any learning resource, there are a number of ways to use it. Whether it be displaying the slides on the overhead,  using them as a set of notes to work through on the blackboard or reviewing assigned readings by students.

I’m getting excited. The physical books should be finished any day/week now…

Next, the labs and solution manual!

 

 

 

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