Mid-term Study Outline

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Department
Communication, Culture and Technology
Course Code
CCT260H5
Professor
E Littlejohn

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Test Date Tuesday November 22nd 2011Time 1pm 210 pm Weighted 20 of mark Important The test will consist of 40 multiple choice questions and you will be granted 70 minutes to write the test As the test is not cumulative it will test the remainder of webstudies online articles tutorials and lecture notes starting from Lecture 59To study Brockman please write a short synopsis two paragraphs on one of his assigned readings since Lesson 5 and post it on SLATE in its own heading Other students can add to your summary Test 2 Detailed Study Outline and QuestionsTechnical Understand CSS code as utilized in your major assignmentpseudo selectors in CSS link visited hover activehow does html work in relation to css htmlsemantic markup the bonesapply the css to the styledetermines how things are visualmake the banner and navigation bar absoluteso it doesnt change size when you move the browser size angled bracket enclose htmlTerms to know meta tags no more than one sentence description or keywordsenable search engine optimizationkey word information rare proper noun specific and related to the subject of the pagefloatopacitywrapperin CSS controls parameters for the page itselfinternal anchorsbegin with a hash tag absolute filepathsworks regardless form where it is accessed frombegins with the HTTP or HTTPS HTTP securitydecreases theof viruses or can begin with root directoryrelative filepathslinking to an internal page within your file folder a partial pathdiv tagenables divisionsidsDoes the order of how you place the CCS matter yes setting marginsimplicate logicgo clockwise top right bottom leftbackground URL allows you to bring an image from your directory pulling in from your root directorywhy use pixels on a monitorlowest measurement on a screen monitor resolution72 dpifor printover 300 dpiRGB for the monitor CMYK for the printWhen a language becomes more than bytes and bites we are adding artificial intelligenceLecture 5 Democracy and the InternetHow does the philosopher Jurgen Habermas define his terms regarding public sphere rational critical discourse and the ideal speech situationPublic Sphere citizens discuss issues of concern aimed at consensus for the common goodAlso known as participatory democracy where free and diverse equals come together to deliberate and discuss pertinent issues without the impediment of external coercionFor Habermas the success of the public sphere was founded on rationalcritical discourse where everyone has the ability for equal participation and the supreme communication skill is the power of argumentIdeal Speech Situation every subject with the competence to speak and act is allowed to take part in a discourse GaynorThe openness of expression which the ideal speech situation demands can be applied to Internet where rapid exchange of dialogue and production of information take place uncheckedRead Denis Gaynors article Democracy in the Age of Information A Reconception of the Public Sphere at httpwwwgeorgetownedufacultybassrgaynorintrohtm How does Jurgen Habermas define the public sphere
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