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Course #: CIW Web Foundations series
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CIW Web Foundations is a three-course series that teaches the
essential, hands-on skills and knowledge that Internet professionals
are expected to understand. The CIW Web Foundations series of
courses prepares students to take the high-stakes CIW Web
Foundations Associate certification exam. Those who pass the CIW
Web Foundations Associate exam earn the highly respected CIW
Web Foundations Associate certification, which is recognized
throughout the industry as validating essential Internet skills for the
workplace. The CIW Web Foundations Associate certification proves
that an individual has evolved from being an Internet consumer to an
Internet producer, capable of producing real-world Internet
applications. A CIW Web Foundations Associate certificant can use
common Internet-ready applications, can create properly formed
HTML documents, knows CGI and database essentials, and can
troubleshoot networks.
The Internet Business Associate course prepares students to work
effectively in today's business environment. This course discusses
the tasks involved in various Information Technology (IT) job roles,
and explores career opportunities in the IT industry. It teaches
students about Internet connection methods, Internet protocols, the
Domain Name System (DNS), cloud computing and mobile devices.
It also teaches the basic functions of Web browsers, the
components of Web addresses, and browser use in the business
world. Students learn how browser plug-ins and add-ons can
improve their Web-browsing experiences, and they use browsers to
download and manage files. This course also provides competency
in defining databases as they relate to search engines, and
conducting basic and advanced Web searches. Students learn to
configure local and Web-based (cloud-based) e-mail clients, and
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communicate effectively over the Internet using Web technologies
and social networking tools. Students learn about Internet research
and collaboration tools, software development tools, and the patent
and licensing practices that accompany software applications. This
course teaches students how to protect their privacy and personal
information on the Internet, including protecting their reputation by
limiting the information they post online. The course also discusses
the risks associated with being connected to the Internet, and about
the security measures that can keep computer systems and
personal information secure. Students also learn about the use and
control of cookies. Finally, students study the fundamental elements
of project and program management, and the importance of
acquiring these skills for all IT job roles.
The Site Development Associate course teaches students essential
Web page development skills. This course teaches students to
develop Web sites using Hypertext Markup Language version 5
(HTML5) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Students learn to
write code manually, as well as use graphical user interface (GUI)
authoring tools. They also insert images, create hyperlinks, and add
tables, forms, video and audio to Web pages, as well as use
HTML5 Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to extend the
functionality of Web pages (geolocation, drag-and-drop, canvas and
offline Web applications). Other topics include validating HTML
code, recognizing the importance of search engine optimization
(SEO), using style sheets extensively to format Web page content,
and implementing fundamental design concepts. Throughout the
course, students learn how Web sites are developed as managed
projects. They also identify e-commerce solutions and relate Web
site development to business goals. This course also provides an
introduction to tasks, job roles and careers in Web development,
and it teaches students how to work as a productive part of a Web
site development team. Hands-on labs include real-world scenarios
based on a previously live version of the Habitat for Humanity site
(www.habitat.org).
The Network Technology Associate course teaches essential
networking technologies and skills, including TCP/IP, stable
network creation, wireless networking, mobile devices and network
troubleshooting. Students learn to use various network components
and protocols that enable users to share data quickly and easily.
This course discusses transmission media types, network
architecture and topologies, secure communication, and the OSI
reference model and its relationship to packet creation. This course
also provides competency in the functions, features and
technologies associated with Internet services, such as cloud
computing. Students learn about the advantages and
disadvantages of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), the growing
trend of employees bringing their personal mobile devices to work.
Students also learn about the benefits of implementing a Content
Management System (CMS). In addition, they achieve competency
in performing basic hardware and operating system maintenance
procedures, and study mobile computing devices and mobile
operating systems. Other topics include routing, IP addressing, IP
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address classes, subnet masks, essential network security
concepts, Internet-based challenges facing today's users, and
methods to secure networks and network transmissions, including
authentication, encryption and firewalls.
Prerequisites:
Required Text: Internet Business Associate
Published by: Certification Partners, LLC
Site Development Associate
Published by: Certification Partners, LLC
Network Technology Associate
Published by: Certification Partners, LLC
Certifications: To earn the CIW Web Foundations Associate certification, students
have two exam paths available to them: They can take the full CIW
Web Foundations Associate 1D0-610 certification exam, or they
can take three modular exams, each a third of the traditional 1D0610 exam. Passing each one of these modular exams earns
students the Associate certification corresponding to that discipline.
The three modular exams are: Internet Business Associate 1D061A, Site Development Associate 1D0-61B and Network
Technology Associate 1D0-61C.
To register for a CIW exam online, visit Prometric at
http://securereg3.prometric.com/ or VUE at www.vue.com/.
For more information about CIW exams, visit
www.CIWcertified.com/.
Additional Online
Resources: CIW Online
In addition to the material found in the coursebooks, students can
visit CIW Online at http://education.certification-partners.com/ciw/ to
help them master the CIW Web Foundations course material and
prepare for the CIW Web Foundations certification exam. CIW
Online provides a variety of online tools that supplement the Official
CIW Courseware. You can have a classroom environment set up by
contacting your CIW Account Manager at (602) 275-7700.
CIW Movie Clips — The CIW Web Foundations courses offer
movie clips that discuss selected technology topics. The movies
provide supplementary instruction in a multimedia format, and
enhance the coursebook narrative and labs.
CIW Online Exercises — These interactive activities are
instructional supplements to the official print and online books,
designed to offer a blended-learning approach. Mapped directly to
the Official CIW Courseware, the CIW Online Exercises enable you
to review important concepts from the CIW Web Foundations
courses and measure your proficiency on content relevant to the
CIW Web Foundations certification exam. CIW Online Exercises
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challenge you with a wide range of activities, including glossary
flashcards, matching exercises, fill-in-the-blank exercises,
crossword puzzles and true/false questions — all providing
immediate feedback.
CIW Course Mastery — CIW Course Mastery is designed to
assess your knowledge of the concepts, skills and best practices of
Web technology taught in the Official CIW Courseware. The CIW
Course Mastery assesses lesson knowledge, reinforces classroom
learning and enhances instruction. This online review program
contains multiple-choice reviews that cover Web Foundations
courseware content lesson by lesson. The Course Mastery program
is based on a unique method that maximizes knowledge retention.
CIW Certification Practice Exams — After you have mastered the
CIW Web Foundations course material, you are ready to prepare
for the high-stakes CIW Web Foundations certification exam. The
online CIW Certification Practice Exams program helps you build
confidence with your knowledge of the CIW exam objectives. This
program provides you with:
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Timed practice exams that simulate the high-stakes testing
environment and help predict actual performance on CIW
certification exams.
A feedback review mode that allows you to check answers
while taking the practice exam and gain valuable feedback
that relates each question to a CIW exam objective and a
lesson in the Official CIW Courseware.
Exam results that report on your mastery of each CIW exam
objective.
Personalized performance reports and study plans to track
individual progress and view overall class trends.
Web Sites
CIW does not endorse Web sites that list study guides or practice
questions for CIW certification exams. All CIW exams are
copyrighted material. To maintain the security and value of our
program, we reserve the right to decertify and/or prohibit from
exams any individuals who republish or distribute our copyrighted
CIW certification exam questions.
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Course Structure:
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Academic Honesty:
Plagiarism, cheating and other forms of academic dishonesty are
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may be imposed through institutional procedures as a result of
academic misconduct, your instructor will assign an "F" on the first
offense for any activity or exam that evidences academic
misconduct, and he or she will assign an "F" for the course for
repeated offenses.
Grading Scale:
A+ =
A =
A- =
100+ %
99-95 %
94-90 %
B+ =
B =
B- =
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Course Schedule: The table on the following page divides the teaching of the
coursebooks based on a 32-week class schedule to teach the
course. Instructors can use this information to prepare lesson plans.
The instructor will be able to determine the level of depth with which
to present the material based on the available class time.
The tables following the 32-week class schedule present detailed
information about each of the lessons that make up the three
coursebooks in the CIW Web Foundations series.
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COURSE SCHEDULE:
CIW Web Foundations 16-Week Class Schedule
Weekly
Dates
Text
Week 1
Internet Business
Associate
Lesson 1: Introduction to IT Business and Careers
Lesson 2: Internet Communication
Week 2
Internet Business
Associate
Lesson 3: Introduction to Internet Technology
Lesson 4: Web Browsing
Week 3
Internet Business
Associate
Lesson 5: Multimedia on the Web
Lesson 6: Databases and Web Search Engines
Week 4
Internet Business
Associate
Lesson 7: Business E-Mail and Personal Information
Management
Lesson 8: Protecting Yourself Online
Week 5
Internet Business
Associate
Lesson 9: Internet Services and Tools for Business
Lesson 10: IT Project and Program Management
Week 6
Internet Business
Associate
IBA Course Assessment, Practice Exam and Certification Exam
Week 7
Site Development
Associate
Lesson 1: Markup Language and Site Development Essentials
Lesson 2: HTML5 Coding
Week 8
Site Development
Associate
Lesson 3: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and Graphical
Elements
Lesson 4: Hyperlinks
Week 9
Site Development
Associate
Lesson 5: HTML Tables
Lesson 6: Web Forms
Week 10
Site Development
Associate
Lesson 7: Video, Audio and Image Techniques
Lesson 8: Extending HTML
Week 11
Site Development
Associate
Lesson 9: GUI HTML Editors and Mobile Web Sites
Lesson 10: Web Site Development for Business
Week 12
Site Development
Associate
SDA Course Assessment, Practice Exam and Certification Exam
Week 13
Network Technology
Associate
Lesson 1: Introduction to Networking
Lesson 2: Networking Components and Standards
Week 14
Network Technology
Associate
Lesson 3: Connecting to the Internet
Lesson 4: Internet Services
Week 15
Network Technology
Associate
Lesson 5: Hardware and Device Connectivity
Lesson 6: Network and Cloud Security Risks
Week 16
Network Technology
Associate
NTA Course Assessment, Practice Exam and Certification Exam
Activity
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CIW Web Foundations Course Lesson Plan:
Internet Business Associate (IBA)
IBA – Lesson 1: Introduction to IT Business and Careers
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Information Technology (IT)
IT Job Roles
Lab 1-1: Exploring basic Web site design concepts
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 1-1: IT Job Roles
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 1 - Part A
IT Industry Career Opportunities
Lab 1-2: Using Internet technology to conduct job searches
Lab 1-3: Creating a plain-text résumé for online application forms
Lab 1-4: Creating a PDF résumé in Google Docs
Technical Concepts and Training
Technology Adoption Models
Business Modeling
Data Modeling
The Importance of Standards
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 1-2: Standards organizations
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 1 - Part B
Case Study – That's a Hot Site
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (IBA objectives 1.01, 1.02, 1.15, 1.20 and 1.21)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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IBA – Lesson 2: Internet Communication
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Communicating via the Internet
Modern Web Technologies
Social Networking
Lab 2-1: Using the Google+ social networking service
Messaging
Lab 2-2: Using the Windows Live Messenger instant messaging client
Lab 2-3: Sending text messages using Twitter
Lab 2-4: Using Windows Remote Assistance
Blogging
Lab 2-5: Creating a blog
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 2-1: Modern Web technologies
Communicating Effectively over the Internet
Convergence and Unified Communications Technologies
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 2-2: Convergence and unified communications
technologies
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 2
Case Study - Web 2.0 Travel Guide?
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (IBA objectives 1.07, 1.08 and 1.19)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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IBA – Lesson 3: Introduction to Internet Technology
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Internet Technology
Overview of Networks
Overview of the Internet
Lab 3-1: Sampling current and historic Web site designs
Connecting to the Internet
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 3-1: Direct connection speeds
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 3 - Part A
Internet Protocols
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 3-2: Differences between IPv4 and IPv6
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 3-3: The importance of Internet protocols
Domain Name System (DNS)
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 3-4: Domain name syntax
Lab 3-2: Using Internet protocols in a Web browser
Cloud Computing
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 3-5: Cloud computing concepts
Lab 3-3: Exploring Google's cloud-computing capabilities
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 3 - Part B
Case Study - Computing in the Cloud
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (IBA objectives 1.02, 1.03, 1.04 and 1.19)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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IBA – Lesson 4: Web Browsing
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to Web Browsing
Basic Functions of Web Browsers
Installing a Web Browser
Lab 4-1: Installing the Mozilla Firefox browser
Web Addresses
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 4-1: Web addresses
Lab 4-2: Browsing Web pages using Firefox and IE9
How Browsers Work
Browser Choices
Lab 4-3: Using Google Chrome and Incognito Mode
Browsing Techniques
Lab 4-4: Using browser features to enhance your browsing experience
Browser Elements
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 4-2: Browser elements
Configuring Web Browser Preferences
Lab 4-5: Configuring font size in Mozilla Firefox
Lab 4-6: Setting a browser home page in Mozilla Firefox
Lab 4-7: Managing the History folder in Mozilla Firefox
Lab 4-8: Configuring the browser cache in Mozilla Firefox
Proxy Servers
Troubleshooting Internet Client Problems
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 4
Case Study - Working the Help Desk
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (IBA objectives 1.03, 1.05 and 1.09)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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IBA – Lesson 5: Multimedia on the Web
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to Multimedia on the Web
Objects, Active Content and Languages
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 5-1: Programming languages used to create objects
and active content
Objects and Security Issues
HTML5 vs. Plug-ins
Introduction to Plug-in Technology
Data Compression and Decompression
Plug-in Installation
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 5 - Part A
Types of Plug-ins
Lab 5-1: Using Adobe Flash Player with Mozilla Firefox
Lab 5-2: Using the Silverlight plug-in with Google Chrome
Lab 5-3: Using the Apple QuickTime plug-in with Mozilla Firefox
Lab 5-4: Using the Windows Media Player plug-in with Chrome
Firefox Add-Ons
Lab 5-5: Using Firefox add-ons
Types of Viewers
Lab 5-6: Installing and using Adobe Reader with Mozilla Firefox
Miscellaneous File Formats
Lab 5-7: Viewing Ogg Vorbis files in Windows Media Player
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 5-2: File formats
Downloading Files with a Browser
Lab 5-8: Downloading and storing Web site content using Mozilla Firefox
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 5 - Part B
Case Study - The Right Tools for the Job
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (IBA objective 1.05)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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IBA – Lesson 6: Databases and Web Search Engines
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to Data Searching Tools
Overview of Databases
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 6-1: Database components
Introduction to Web Search Engines
Registering a Web Site with a Search Engine
Types of Web Searches
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 6 - Part A
Basic Web Searching Techniques
Lab 6-1: Performing a directory search using Yahoo!
Lab 6-2: Performing a keyword search using Google
Boolean Operators
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 6-2: Boolean operators
Lab 6-3: Using the plus sign (+) and minus sign (-) operators in Google
Advanced Web Searching Techniques
Lab 6-4: Performing an advanced search in Google
Using Web Searches to Perform Job Tasks
Lab 6-5: Using the Internet to perform job tasks using Bing
Unexpected Web Search Results
Lab 6-6: Reviewing Web search tips and tricks
Web Search Strategies
Lab 6-7: Using additional search tricks
Evaluating Resources
Lab 6-8: Evaluating Internet resources
Organizing Internet Research
Lab 6-9: Organizing Internet research using Zotero
Citing Copyrighted Online Resources
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 6 - Part B
Case Study - To Be Valid or Not to Be Valid?
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (IBA objectives 1.11 and 1.16)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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IBA – Lesson 7: Business E-Mail and Personal Information Management
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to Business Electronic Mail (E-Mail)
How E-Mail Works
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 7-1: Mail user agents
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 7-2: E-mail encryption
E-Mail Configuration Requirements
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 7-3: E-mail configuration requirements
Lab 7-1: Configuring Thunderbird as your e-mail client
Lab 7-2: Configuring a Web-based e-mail account using Gmail
E-Mail Message Components
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 7-4: E-mail message components
Creating and Sending E-Mail Messages
Lab 7-3: Creating and sending e-mail messages using Thunderbird
Lab 7-4: Creating and sending e-mail messages using Gmail
Lab 7-5: Creating e-mail signatures in Thunderbird and Gmail
Lab 7-6: Attaching files to e-mail messages
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 7 - Part A
Receiving and Viewing E-Mail Messages
Lab 7-7: Receiving and viewing e-mail messages
E-Mail in the Workplace
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 7-5: E-mail in the workplace
E-Mail Problems and Solutions
Lab 7-8: Setting up a spam filter in Thunderbird
Personal Information Management (PIM)
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 7 - Part B
Case Study - Mastering the Art of E-Mail
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (IBA objectives 1.05, 1.06, 1.07 and 1.12)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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IBA – Lesson 8: Protecting Yourself Online
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to Protecting Yourself Online
The Right to Be Forgotten
Spam
Cookies
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 8-1: Cookie types
Lab 8-1: Controlling cookies in Mozilla Firefox
Configuring Browser Security
Lab 8-2: Changing security settings in Mozilla Firefox
Authentication
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 8-2: General authentication types
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 8-3: Digital certificates
Encryption
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 8-4: Data encryption methods
Lab 8-3: Viewing the default Firefox protocols
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 8 - Part A
Malware (Malicious Software)
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 8-5: Malware (malicious software)
Virus Detection and Prevention
Spyware and Virus Removal
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 8-6: Spyware
Lab 8-4: Installing and using anti-virus and anti-spyware software
Updates and Patches
Locking Your Computer
Lab 8-5: Locking your computer by using a screen saver
Typosquatting
Protecting Company Resources
Firewalls
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 8-7: Features of firewalls
Lab 8-6: Viewing your desktop firewall settings
Security-Related Ethical and Legal Issues
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 8 - Part B
Case Study - Legal Protection
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (IBA objectives 1.05, 1.09, 1.10 and 1.14)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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IBA – Lesson 9: Internet Services and Tools for Business
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Internet Resource Tools
Mass E-Mail and Texting Services
List Servers
Lab 9-1: Exploring LISTSERV
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
Lab 9-2: Installing the FireFTP Firefox add-on as your FTP client
Lab 9-3: Downloading files using command-line FTP
Lab 9-4: Downloading files using the Firefox FTP client
Lab 9-5: Downloading files using FireFTP
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 9-1: Command-line FTP
Lab 9-6: Uploading files to an FTP site using FireFTP
Managing Downloaded Files
Lab 9-7: Defining MIME types
Lab 9-8: Compressing and decompressing files using bzip2 and bunzip2
Virtual Network Computing (VNC)
Lab 9-9: Using the TightVNC remote administration application
Using Remote Desktop Connection
Lab 9-10: Using Remote Desktop Connection
Peer-to-Peer Networks
Troubleshooting Using TCP/IP Tools
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 9-2: TCP/IP commands
Lab 9-11: Using TCP/IP diagnostic tools
Open-Source Development
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 9-3: Open-source software development terms
Proprietary Software and EULAs
Software Patents
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 9
Case Study - These Are Sensitive Files
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (IBA objectives 1.05, 1.07, 1.09, 1.13 and 1.18)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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IBA – Lesson 10: IT Project and Program Management
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Overview of IT Project and Program Management
Resources for Technical Data
Lab 10-1: Accessing statistics, and accessing secure and non-secure Web pages
Lab 10-2: Reviewing Web trends
Project Management Fundamentals
Project Management Skills
Project Management Phases
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 10-1: Project management phases
The Project Triangle
Project Management Software
Lab 10-3: Installing the GanttProject project management tool
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 10 - Part A
Creating Project Schedules
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 10-2: Project schedules
Lab 10-4: Creating a project schedule
Documenting Projects
Planning and Scheduling Meetings
Browsers in the Business World
Lab 10-5: Conducting a Web conference
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 10-3: Browsers in the business world
Reviewing Projects
Quality Assurance
Business Implications of IT Projects
Project Management Institute (PMI)
Program Management Concepts
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: IBA Lesson 10 - Part B
Case Study - We Need an Intranet!
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (IBA objectives 1.05, 1.07, 1.15 and 1.17)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
Course Assessment — Internet Business Associate
Online CIW Certification Practice Exam — Internet Business Associate
CIW Certification Exam — Internet Business Associate
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Site Development Associate (SDA)
SDA – Lesson 1: Markup Language and Site Development Essentials
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Creating Web Pages
Mobile and Cloud Issues
Text Editors and Markup Languages
Graphical User Interface (GUI) Editors
History of Markup Languages
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 1-1: Comparing markup languages
Lab 1-1: Reviewing W3C standards
The HTML Web Development Trifecta: HTML5, CSS and JavaScript
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 1-2: The HTML Web Development Trifecta
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 1 - Part A
Web Site Development Principles
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 1-3: Web accessibility measures
Lab 1-2: Viewing accessibility standards sites
Lab 1-3: Using a text-only browser to evaluate accessibility
Lab 1-4: Researching ways that Web sites address cultural diversity
Lab 1-5: Investigating intellectual property concepts and laws
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 1-4: Reviewing Web site development principles
Hosting and Web Service Providers
The Habitat for Humanity Web Site
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 1 - Part B
Case Study - Plan It Out
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (SDA objectives 2.01, 2.06, 2.07, 2.12, 2.13, 2.14, 2.15, 2.18, 2.19 and
2.20)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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SDA – Lesson 2: HTML5 Coding
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to Using HTML
Elements and Markup Tags
Document Structure Tags
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 2-1: Document Structure Tags
Web Site File Structure
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 2 - Part A
Preparing Your Development Environment
Lab 2-1: Creating a simple HTML5 page
Paragraph Formatting and Block-Level Elements
Lab 2-2: Creating paragraph breaks and line breaks with HTML
Lab 2-3: Using headings in HTML
Lab 2-4: Indenting and centering text with HTML
Text-Level Elements
Lab 2-5: Using text-level phrasing elements in HTML
Lists
Lab 2-6: Creating lists with HTML
Good Coding Practice
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 2-2: Using comments
Lab 2-7: Documenting and commenting HTML code
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 2 - Part B
Case Study - HTML Convert
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (SDA objectives 2.01, 2.07, 2.09 and 2.12)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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SDA – Lesson 3: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and Graphical Elements
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Cascading Style Sheets
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 3-1: Introduction to CSS
Lab 3-1: Using an external style sheet with HTML
Separating Content in HTML
Lab 3-2: Assigning inline CSS attribute values to the <hr> tag in HTML
Images in Web Pages
Lab 3-3: Incorporating images in an HTML page
Lab 3-4: Aligning images relative to text with HTML
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 3 - Part A
HTML Entities
Lab 3-5: Adding a copyright statement with an HTML entity
Specifying Colors
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 3-2: Specifying colors
Page Colors and Backgrounds
Lab 3-6: Changing page colors and backgrounds with HTML
Specifying Font Information
Lab 3-7: Formatting text with CSS
Web Design Issues
Lab 3-8: Comparing Web site color combinations
Lab 3-9: Using HTML5 and CSS to structure a page
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 3 - Part B
Case Study - A Sharper Image
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (SDA objectives 2.02, 2.03, 2.08 and 2.21)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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SDA – Lesson 4: Hyperlinks
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to Hyperlinks
The Anchor Element
Creating Local Hyperlinks
Lab 4-1: Creating local text hyperlinks in HTML
Creating External Hyperlinks
Lab 4-2: Creating external hyperlinks in HTML
Using Images as Hyperlinks
Lab 4-3: Using images as hyperlinks with HTML
Creating Internal Links
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 4-1: Creating internal hyperlinks
Lab 4-4: Using internal hyperlinks
Managing Hyperlinks
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 4
Case Study - The Missing Link
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (SDA objectives 2.01, 2.14 and 2.16)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
SDA – Lesson 5: HTML Tables
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to HTML Tables
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 5-1: Defining table structure
CSS Properties for All Table Elements
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 5-2: CSS properties for all table elements
Lab 5-1: Creating HTML tables to organize content
Table and Data Alignment Options
Height and Width of Table Elements
Column and Row Spanning
Lab 5-2: Customizing HTML tables with CSS formatting
HTML Tables vs. CSS Page Structure
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 5
Case Study - To Use Tables or Not To Use Tables
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (SDA objective 2.01)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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SDA – Lesson 6: Web Forms
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to Web Forms
Web Forms and CGI
Lab 6-1: Studying the FormMail script
HTML5 and Forms
Basic Tags for Creating Web Forms
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 6-1: The <form> tag
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 6 - Part A
Web Form Fields
Lab 6-2: Creating a simple Web form in HTML
Lab 6-3: Adding a radio button group to an HTML Web form
Lab 6-4: Adding check boxes to an HTML Web form
Lab 6-5: Adding a single-option drop-down list to an HTML Web form
Lab 6-6: Adding a multiple-option select list to an HTML Web form
Lab 6-7: Adding a scrolling text area box to an HTML Web form
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 6-2: Web Form Fields
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 6 - Part B
Case Study - In Good Form
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (SDA objective 2.04)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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SDA – Lesson 7: Video, Audio and Image Techniques
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to Web Video, Audio and Image Techniques
The <video> Element
Lab 7-1: Creating a video
Lab 7-2: Converting video to support HTML5 formats
Lab 7-3: Adding video to an HTML5 Web page
The <audio> Element
Lab 7-4: Adding audio to an HTML5 Web page
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 7-1: HTML5-compliant browser support for video and
audio formats
Graphic Types
Image Maps
Lab 7-5: Defining a client-side image map
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 7-2: Defining a client-side image map
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 7 - Part A
Image Transparency
Lab 7-6: Inserting transparent GIF and PNG images in a Web page
Image Interlacing
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 7-3: Reviewing interlaced and non-interlaced images
Animation
Mobile Device Issues with Animation and Plug-Ins
Creating and Managing Images
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 7-4: Creating and managing images
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 7 - Part B
Case Study - A Web Site's Image
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (SDA objectives 2.02 and 2.10)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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SDA – Lesson 8: Extending HTML
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Extending HTML
Server-Side and Client-Side Languages
Server-Side Languages
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 8-1: Reviewing main server-side scripting languages
Client-Side Languages
Lab 8-1: Using JavaScript to detect browser type
Lab 8-2: Using simple JavaScript to create an interactive Web page
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 8-2: Reviewing main client-side scripting languages
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 8 - Part A
Dynamic HTML (DHTML)
Document Object Model (DOM)
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 8-3: Dynamic HTML (DHTML) and the Document
Object Model (DOM)
HTML5 APIs
Canvas
Lab 8-3: Experimenting with the HTML5 Canvas API
Offline Web Application
Lab 8-4: Creating an offline Web application
Geolocation
Lab 8-5: Experimenting with the geolocation API
Drag-and–Drop Functionality
Lab 8-6: Adding drag-and–drop functionality to a Web page
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 8-4: HTML5 APIs
Web Application Frameworks
Connecting to a Database
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 8 - Part B
Case Study - Choose Your CGI
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (SDA objectives 2.01, 2.10, 2.17, 2.18 and 2.19)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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SDA – Lesson 9: GUI HTML Editors and Mobile Web Sites
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to GUI HTML Editors
Types of GUI Editors
GUI HTML Editor Functionality
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 9-1: Reviewing the key features of a GUI editor
Creating Web Pages with a GUI Editor
Lab 9-1: Creating a Web page with a GUI editor
Lab 9-2: Changing font and background color with a GUI editor
Lab 9-3: Adding a horizontal rule to a Web page with a GUI editor
Lab 9-4: Creating bulleted and numbered lists with a GUI editor
Lab 9-5: Creating external hyperlinks with a GUI editor
Lab 9-6: Adding an image to a Web page with a GUI editor
Lab 9-7: Creating an HTML table with a GUI editor
HTML Text Editors vs. GUI Editors
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 9 - Part A
Previewing Pages and Validating Code
Lab 9-8: Validating and updating HTML code generated by a GUI editor
Web Site Publishing
Developing Web Pages for Mobile Devices
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 9-2: Developing Web pages for viewing on mobile
devices
Mobile Apps vs. Mobile Web Sites
Converting a Web site for Mobile Users
Working with Web 2.0
Lab 9-9: Personalizing a Web page with iGoogle Gadgets
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 9-3: Advanced Web Technologies
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 9 - Part B
Case Study - The Best GUI Editor
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (SDA objectives 2.01, 2.11 and 2.21)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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SDA – Lesson 10: Web Site Development for Business
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Developing a Business Web Site
E-Commerce Considerations
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 10-1: E-commerce models
Internet Marketing and Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Lab 10-1: Comparing pay-per-click (PPC) services
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 10-2: Reviewing Internet marketing practices
E-Commerce Payment Technologies
Lab 10-2: Reviewing an SSL/TLS session
Working in a Global Environment
Lab 10-3: Converting currency values
Databases and Web Pages
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 10-3: CGI technology and the languages used to
create CGI
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 10 - Part A
Optimizing the Impact of the Web Page
Front-End Issues
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 10-4: Web portals
File Formats and Active Content
Back-End Issues
Bandwidth and Download Time
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 10-5: Determining download time for a Web page
Naming Web Page Files
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: SDA Lesson 10 - Part B
Case Study - Planning the Site at Both Ends
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams Review (SDA objectives 2.07, 2.10, 2.12, 2.16, 2.17, 2.19 and 2.21)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
Course Assessment — Site Development Associate
Online CIW Certification Practice Exam — Site Development Associate
CIW Certification Exam — Site Development Associate
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Network Technology Associate (NTA)
NTA – Lesson 1: Introduction to Networking
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Overview of Networks and Protocols
Telephony and Convergence Networking
Networking Evolution
Client/Server Model
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 1-1: Client/server, two-tier and three-tier computing
Network Operations Center (NOC)
Networking Categories
Lab 1-1: Using a BitTorrent client to download files
Network Topologies
Network Operating System
Microsoft Windows Servers
UNIX/Linux
Lab 1-2: Exploring network operating systems
The Need for Protocols
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: NTA Lesson 1 - Part A
OSI Reference Model
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 1-2: OSI reference model
Data Encapsulation
Packets
OSI/RM Protocol Examples
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
Binding Protocols
Local Area Network (LAN)
Wide Area Network (WAN)
Internet Exchange Point (IXP)
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: NTA Lesson 1 - Part B
Case Study - Proper Protocol
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams (NTA objective 3.01)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Lesson Quiz
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NTA – Lesson 2: Networking Components and Standards
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Overview of Networking Components
Common Network Components
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 2-1: Common network components
Transmission Media
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 2-2: Transmission media
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: NTA Lesson 2 - Part A
Wireless Network Technologies
Lab 2-1: Identifying, documenting and diagramming network devices (instructor-led)
Lab 2-2: Implementing a network
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 2-3: Wireless network technologies
Transmission Types
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 2-4: Data transmission concepts
IEEE LAN Standards
Lab 2-3: Viewing the MAC address on your system
Carrier Systems
Virtualization
Lab 2-4: Running multiple operating systems with virtualization
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: NTA Lesson 2 - Part B
Case Study - Network Expansion
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams (NTA objectives 3.01, 3.02, 3.09 and 3.10)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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NTA – Lesson 3: Connecting to the Internet
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to Connecting to the Internet
Mobile Computing
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 3-1: Mobile computing
Mobile Devices and Cloud Computing
Configuring a Wireless Network
Fourth-Generation (4G) Wireless
Lab 3-1: Implementing a wireless network (instructor-led)
TCP/IP
Internet Architecture
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 3-2: Internet protocols and Internet architecture
Internet Protocols
Demultiplexing
Introduction to Routing
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 3-3: Routing concepts
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: NTA Lesson 3 - Part A
Routing Protocols
Port Numbers
Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4)
Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)
Configuring TCP/IP
Lab 3-2: Reconfiguring your computer with a reserved IPv4 address
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 3-4: TCP/IP configuration parameters
Diagnostic Tools for Internet Troubleshooting
Lab 3-3: Testing connectivity using the ping command
Lab 3-4: Identifying IP configuration and MAC address information
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 3-5: Diagnostic tools for Internet troubleshooting
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: NTA Lesson 3 - Part B
Case Study - Communication Breakdown
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams (NTA objectives 3.01, 3.02, 3.03, 3.06 and 3.09)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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NTA – Lesson 4: Internet Services
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Overview of Internet Services
Cloud Services
Real-World Case Study: The Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 4-1: Cloud computing flavors
Internet Servers
Lab 4-1: Creating a file server
Lab 4-2: Using the nslookup utility
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 4-2: Internet servers
Choosing Web Server Products
Content Management System (CMS)
Lab 4-3: Researching CMS implementations
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 4-3: Content Management System (CMS)
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: NTA Lesson 4
Case Study - Keeping E-Mail Addresses Current
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams (NTA objectives 3.04)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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NTA – Lesson 5: Hardware and Device Connectivity
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Introduction to Hardware and Device Connectivity
Motherboard
Lab 5-1: Viewing resource assignments
Storage Devices
Network Interface Card (NIC)
Optical Discs
Device Connectivity
Lab 5-2: Identifying common peripheral ports
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 5-1: Common system components
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: NTA Lesson 5 - Part A
System Management
Lab 5-3: Viewing drive partitions using Disk Management
Lab 5-4: Viewing NTFS permissions
Preventive Maintenance
Lab 5-5: Defragmenting hard disks
Lab 5-6: Deleting temporary files
Lab 5-7: Backing up data in Windows 7
Lab 5-8: Restoring data in Windows 7
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 5-2: File system management tools
Software Troubleshooting
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: NTA Lesson 5 - Part B
Case Study - Network Maintenance in Adverse Conditions
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams (NTA objectives 3.0.5, 3.07 and 3.08)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Optional Labs
Lesson Quiz
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NTA – Lesson 6: Network and Cloud Security Risks
Pre-Assessment:
Pre-Assessment Questions
Lesson Sections and Labs:
Importance of Network Security
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
Real-World Case Study: MasterCard's BYOD Program
Cloud Security Threats
Cloud Disaster Recovery
Malware (Malicious Software)
Overview of Network Attack Types
Lab 6-1: Using the Netcraft Toolbar
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 6-1: Differences between network and virus attacks
Defeating Network Attacks
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 6-2: Security services to defeat network attacks
Authentication
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 6-3: Digital certificates
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: NTA Lesson 6 - Part A
Encryption
Lab 6-2: Applying symmetric-key encryption
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 6-4: Encryption techniques
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 6-5: Encryption algorithms
Firewalls
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 6-6: Firewall implementations
Security Zones
CIW Online Resources – Online Exercise 6-7: Security zones
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Security Audit
Other Security Threats
CIW Online Resources – Course Mastery: NTA Lesson 6 - Part B
Case Study - BYOD Difficulties
Application Project
CIW Practice Exams (NTA objectives 3.05 and 3.11)
Lesson Review
Optional Items:
Instructor Section:
Activities
Lesson Quiz
Course Assessment — Network Technology Associate
Online CIW Certification Practice Exam — Network Technology Associate
CIW Certification Exam — Network Technology Associate
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