The evaluation will be divided into three parts:
- Theoretical exam: will contain theoretical and practical issues related to the topics of the subject. It can be replaced by a partial exam during the course.
- Activities proposed in class (continuous evaluation): Classes are participatory, performing activities by the students which will be graded by the teacher. These will be mainly computer exercises, but there may also be written exercises, student presentations, quizes, questionaires, etc. Some exercises proposed in class may be done outside the classroom and be delivered over the Internet.
- Mandatory practical assignment: consists of the complete development of a web project developed during the course, which will comprise everything seen on the subject. There will be continuous monitoring of project progress by the teacher by means of inspections and defenses. The practices will be synchronized with the theoretical topics agenda.
HOW TO APPROVE:
- Attendance at practices is controlled and the student must attend at least 80 % of them. In very exceptional justified cases, attendance may be substituted by tutoring sessions, but in all cases the student must provide proof of continuous progress in practice.
- Practices, being controlled and done in a group, can only be done during the actual course (2nd semester). There are no summer, nor first semester practices. Students who have not done the practice during the course should deliver a web project similar and equivalent to the one done in class during the course. To do this, they should contact the instructor with at least one month in advance of the test date to define the subject and practical project requirements, as well as the date of delivery and defense.
- The student should deliver a Web project where all the techniques learned during the course are applied. The work will be developed using editors for programmers (eg Notepad++, XML Copy Editor, etc.) using direct programming in HTML, but not integrated Web development environments (eg Dreamweaver). Internet resources, image processing, and everything that brings quality to the project should also be used. The project will be graded taking into account the use of each of the techniques taught in class. Besides, any extras (graphic design, interesting links, etc.) will be taken into account.
- Scores of students who pass the practical part (score above 5 points and attendance higher that 80% of practical classes) will be kept untill December.
- Failure to pass the theory exam in June-July, September or December implies having to repeat the practices during the next course.
- Attendance at theory lectures is not mandatory, but highly recommended, among other things in order to perform the exercises and class activities.
FINAL GRADE: The scoring model to be applied will be the following:
- Theoretical exam: 40 %
- Activities proposed in class: 30 %
- Mandatory practical assignment: 30 %
TEACHING METHODOLOGY (by COVID-19)
Theory classes: Teaching is taught live at regular times of the subject, with the participation of students, using the Google Meet tool. The sessions are recorded and subsequently made available to students through the Moodle virtual campus. Some sessions will consist of viewing videos from the repository of recordings of the subject's blog and subsequent activities on these videos.
Practical classes: The practical classes are taught live at the usual times, with the participation of the students and through the Google Meet tool. The practical tasks and the final project were originally designed to be done remotely, so nothing had to be changed.
Tutorials: They are carried out, at the request of the students, through the Google Meet tool, at a time agreed by the teacher-student. Others are done through email, answering the questions raised.
EVALUATION (by COVID-19)
System and evaluation criteria of the subject:
FINAL RATING: The rating model to be applied will be as follows:
A) Online theory test using the Virtual Campus tool (Moodle). Test and / or development questions whose answers must be answered through the tool on the official date that appears on the calendar (40%)
B) Delivery of the various evaluable theoretical and practical exercises carried out throughout the semester: 30%.
C) Delivery of final web project where all the techniques, technologies, ideas, etc. are collected. learned during the course: 30%