This module is offered in 2020-21.

Aims

  • To provide students with an in-depth understanding of database-driven web applications.
  • To give practical skills in the use of a scripting language.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this module, the student should:

  • Be able to critically evaluate relevant sources of information.
  • Have an understanding of the procedures involved in the implementation of database systems.
  • Be able to discuss knowledgeably the main components and attributes of Human Computer Interaction and usability.
  • Be able to produce a well-structured context survey using computer software.
  • Be able to produce a dynamic web application.

Syllabus

  • Usability: HCI; web usability; evaluation techniques.
  • Databases: design theory; SQL.
  • Dynamic web: scripting languages; authentication; information security.

Compulsory Elements

This module has the following compulsory elements in addition to those common to all sub-Honours modules (class tests, mark of 4 in each assessment component):

  • All module assignments must be submitted.

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Last Published: 19 Oct 2020.