Course Content and Outcome Guide for CIS 187I
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- Curriculum Office
- Course Number:
- CIS 187I
- Course Title:
- Web Technical Administration
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Course DescriptionInternet connections, file transfers, e-mail notifications, and security systems. Investigates web system logs, web content backup strategies, and issues of web user accessibility and web site performance. Linux and Windows server operating system installations, configuration, and management in a virtual environment will be required. Command line commands and GUI tools will be used to organize, manage, and maintain the file system and web server software. Recommended: CIS 121 and CIS 122 or instructor permission. Audit available.
Intended Outcomes for the course
On successful completion of this course the student should be able to:
l Update, and configure web server software for a small business site.
l Effectively use command line commands and GUI tools to organize, backup and update web content users and file systems.
l Ensure web user access and web site performance in conjunction with web system log analysis.
Course Activities and Design
This course is presented by means of:
l on-campus lectures or distance learning materials,
l group discussion,
l individual lab assignments
l group lab assignments.
l learning reflection assignments
Outcome Assessment Strategies
Through exams, projects and class assignments students will be assessed to determine if they are able to:
l Define the basic components of a web server system.
l Install a web server operating system.
l Configure web server software for a variety of users.
l Work effectively in command line and GUI mode to scan directories, copy or move files, rename files, or see and change attributes.
l Create users and groups.
l Place users in groups.
l Assign file system permissions to users and groups.