MIS2402.001 – Agenda for 11/8/2018

Hello everyone,

We’ll start class today with a few remarks regarding the last exam.  Then we will move on to explore the topic of Responsive Web Design using Bootstrap.

I am hoping that this is a pleasant change of pace for everyone as this particular class does not require any JavaScript knowledge.

I am also hoping that this class will help everyone better understand the mis2402 template.

-Prof Shafer

Additional note: there is a challenge corresponding to today’s class

Instructor Office Hours

(Effective 8/28 through 12/12/2018)

  • Tues 3pm-4pm (SP209D Office)
  • Wed 3pm-4pm (SP209D Office)
  • Thurs 3pm-4pm (SP209D Office)
  • Other times by appointment
There are even more options for getting help on the Diamond Peer / ITA page.
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