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MIS3502 – Agenda for class on 3/21

Hello class,

Welcome back from Spring break.  I hope you all had a good week.

Here’s what we’ll be doing in class on 3/21.

  1. Review exam 2 (especially the coding part at the end)
  2. Review the AJAX challenge (we will roll the dice!)
  3. Another Ungraded Quiz on Javascript
  4. Talk about the next project deliverable

-Prof Shafer

MIS3502 – Exam 2 reminder

Hello everyone,

In class tomorrow we will have exam 2.  The study guide was posted last week.  This is a closed note, closed book exam.

I suggest that you bring a simple calculator for the CSS / responsive design part of the exam.  Please, no smart phone calculators.

-Prof Shafer

MIS3502 – Agenda for class on 3/2

Here’s what we are going to do today:

  1. Finish up our exercise from last class: mis3502_avclub5c.zip
  2. Discuss the class project.
    1. What I observed in the submissions, the good and the bad.
    2. A partial solution: mis3502_project_administrator.zip
    3. What to expect on the next deliverable (and an opportunity to boost your project grade)
  3. Discuss next week’s exam.  The study guide is here: MIS3502-Exam-2-Study-Guide.docx

-Prof Shafer

MIS3502 – Agenda for class on 2/28

Hello everyone,

Here’s the agenda for our class together on 2/28.

  1. Remarks re: class project
  2. Roll the dice.  Review solution to the last challenge.
  3. Ungraded quiz on JavaScript
  4. Demo/exercise Bootswatch and FontAwesome

See you then.

-Prof Shafer

MIS3502 – Agenda for class on 2/23

Here is our agenda for class on 2/23.

  • Finish the bootstrap demo we began last class.
  • Introduction to JavaScript (see presentations and related companion file)
  • Begin challenge 5 as time permits. Challenge 5 is due 2/28.

Reminder the next project deliverable is due by 11:59 pm on Friday 2/24.

See you in class.

-Prof Shafer

MIS3502 – Agenda for class on 2/21/2017

In class on 2/21 the plan is as follows:

  1. Review the solution to the last challenge (2 teams will be called upon)
  2. You will take an ungraded quiz on RWD
  3. I will share a presentation on bootstrap
  4. If time permits, I will briefly review exam 1

There is no corresponding challenge related to bootstrap, however you may find bootstrap to be helpful in the completion of the next project deliverable (due Thursday)

-Prof Shafer

MIS3502 – Exam today

Hello everyone,

We will have exam 1 in class today.  It is a closed book, closed notes exam.

I will spend the first few minutes of class discussing the next deliverable for the class project.  The remainder of the class will be devoted to the exam.

-Prof Shafer

 

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