Units WEB1P and WEB2P
Note: Information in italics is particularly subject to change.
Dr Jim Briggs
email: email@example.com; phone: 023 9284 6438; office: Buckingham Building, BK1.07
|Staff involved in delivering the unit||
On successful completion of this unit, students should be able, at threshold level, to:
Teaching normally consists of 10 x 2-hour lecture sessions plus a 1-hour practical for each group of students.
Students must attend the lectures and the practical.
Each course session will consist of a lecture followed by a practical undertaken in a lab.
Students are expected to read extensively and practice their programming skills in their own time.
Students should not attempt this course unless they meet the programming prerequisite.
A reading list is available.
|Assessments and their weighting||
At end of semester. Official examination timetable available from the Admin Office.
2 hours duration. Closed book. The exam consists of 8 questions, in two sections of 4 each. You must answer 4 questions, including at least 1 and no more than 3 from each section. Each section must be answered in a separate answer book.
Pass mark 40%.
Note that the exact content of the course varies from year to year.
Supervised work session (40%)
A one-day programming exercise working in groups. Date Friday 12th January 2007; starting at 0930 and concluding at 1630 with an hour's allowance for lunch. Groups may self-select prior to the day. The exercise will include both a group and an individual element. Follow this link for more information.
The submission date for the individual element will be Friday 19th January 2007.
Pass mark 40%.
To pass the unit overall, each student must get an overall mark of 40% AND at least 30% in each assessment component.
|Submission dates||As above.|
|Feedback arrangements (staff to students)||No formal arrangements. Students can discuss issues that arise at any time with the staff responsible for delivering the unit.|
|Feedback arrangements (students to staff)||
Students will be invited to complete a course evaluation questionnaire at the end of the course.
Exam: Standard exam scheme.
Supervised Work Session: Problem-specific. Given on SWS specification
|The web programming units include some material that was formerly part of the WPRMP, WECPP, WPSSM and WEMAM units.|