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In keeping with the theme of the course, all homework must be created using Web-based technologies and delivered electronically. Lectures, computer demonstrations, group discussion and exercises cover the past, present, and future of online information development; the process of developing online information; basic information architecture and design concepts; basic user interface and interaction design concepts; an introduction to Web-based technologies with an emphasis on HTML, and the benefits and constraints of those technologies related to online information development; and a demonstration of the tools most often mentioned in Bay Area job postings.
Prerequisite(s): "Developing Technical Information from Plan to Completion" or instructor's approval with equivalent course work or experience.
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