COMP233 Internet Applications
Official Timetable Information
Standard workload for a Level 3 paper.
The course will make extensive use of Moodle for dissemination of lecture notes, assessment details, course announcements, question answering and so on. Some assessment submission will be supported in Moodle.
Linux based systems in laboratories located in R Block. Students will utilise the Apache web server, Firefox browser, Exchanger XML Developer and other appropriate software
Mainly practically oriented, with a written test during a timetabled lecture slot. All practical work is individual (ie the work of one student only).
Internal assessment/final examination ratio 1:0
Attendance at all lecture and other teaching sessions is expected.
4 lecture hours per week.
Details of lectures and content overview are available on Moodle.
Will be provided when necessary. Most materials (including lecture notes and assessment items) will be provided via the COMP333 Moodle site.
Moodle will be the primary medium by which matters to do with the course (queries, problems, help, etc) can be posted and will be responded to. Course staff will be regularly monitoring the 333 Moodle area.
If you prefer or need to see someone in person, then the first person to contact is the Doctoral Assistant or Lecturer for the course.
Doctoral Assistant: Mumraiz Kasi. email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To be determined in the first week of semester.
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