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Prof. Bachelor in
Web Development
Welcome!
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Agenda
• Only a general introduction today!
• We stop at around 14.00 (we think…)
• What we do before lunch (~11.45)
– Name tags (and other material)
– Introduction to the school and education
– 9.30 Lars Kofod (Head of Study)
– Interviews and presentation
– Presentation of the school/teachers
– Timetable
Agenda
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Only a general introduction today!
We stop at around 15.00 (we think…)
What we do after lunch
12.45
– Represent from Student Counsil
• 13.30
– Christina Bjerre + Birgit Munkvad (student counselor)
– Delivery of prepaid books
– Introduction to the study, and how we work
– Presentation of the courses
– Walking tour
School IT-systems
• By Søren from IT-supportn (Wednesday
morning)
Handout of material
The School
• Where are we…?
– You are at ZIBAT (Zealand Institute of Business and
Technology)
– In Danish: Erhvervsakademi Sjælland (EASJ)
– Website: www.zibat.dk or www.easj.dk
– At ZIBAT, you are on Campus Roskilde
– Other ZIBAT campuses are Køge, Næstved,
Slagelse, Nykøbing Falster
The School
• A bit of history…
– Until recently (1/1 2012), we (Campus Roskilde)
were part of RHS
– RHS: Roskilde Handelsskole (Roskilde Business
College)
– We still use some of the IT systems on RHS…
– Apart from that, it has few practical consequences
for students
The School
RHS
Campus
Roskilde
• Before…
HHX
HG
Supp. Education
for adults
The School
ZIBAT
Campus
Roskilde
• Now!
Campus Campus Campus Campus
Køge Slagelse Næstved Nyk. Sj.
The School
• Practical things to note…
– All your classes are in this building (Building 1)
– The Student Support Center is in this building
– IT-support is in the neighbouring building
(Building 3)
– The student canteen is in the neighbouring
building (Building 3)
The Education
• You have specifically signed up for…
• Professional Bachelor in Web Development
• Shorthand: PBA Web
• Two ”roads” to this education
– AP degree in Computer Science (CS)
– AP degree in Multimedia Design & Communication (MM)
The Education
PBA Web
”Core”
Suppl. course
CS
Suppl. course
MM
The Education
1st semester
Back-End Programming (MM students only!)
Front-End Development (CS students only!)
Interface Design and Digital Aesthetics
Development Environments and CMS
2nd semester
Databases and XML
Elective courses (20 ECTS)
3rd semester
Internship
Bachelor Project
The Education
• Elective courses (may change…)
– Advanced media technologies
– Web communication and network sociology
– Development for mobile platforms
– Project management
– Advanced CMS
– Science theory
– Mobile development
–…
The Education
• Notes on the education
– The entire education is 90 ECTS
– All mandatory courses are 10 ECTS
– Elective courses – 5 or 10 ECTS
– Everybody has courses totalling 60 ECTS
– Internship is 15 ECTS
– Bachelor project is 15 ECTS
– 60 + 15 + 15 ECTS = A total of 90 ECTS
The Education
• Education is a mix of technical and not-sotechnical courses
– More technical than MM
– Less technical than CS
• 1st semester probably a bit more technical
than 2nd semester, at least for MM-students
• More freedom of choice on 3rd semester
The Education
• What are the exams like…?
– Exams are oral (dialogue)
– One exam per course
• 1.sem: 3 exams, 2.sem: 3-4 exams, 3.sem: 1 exam
– 30 minutes preparation for a drawn question
– 30 minutes examination
– Being able to speak English reasonably well is
essential!
Internship
• 15 ECTS
• The students must participate in, and gain
knowledge of, relevant business functions.
• Must be able to form basis for the student's final
bachelor project.
• You should try to find the internship company
yourself
– The internship company have to be approved by the
school
• Important to find a relevant company
– The school will help where possible..
FINAL BACHELOR PROJECT (15 ECTS)
• In the final bachelor project, the student must
demonstrate the ability, on an analytical and
methodical basis, to process a complex and
practice-related problem to a specific task in
the IT field.
• The final bachelor project should include key
issues in programme.
FRONT-END (10 ECTS)
• COMPETENCES
– program and implement a modern, dynamic web
application
– master the design principles of typography,
Chromatology, layout, composition, aesthetics and
imagery
BACKEND (10 ECTS)
• COMPETENCES
– analyze a development request for the
construction of a web-based client / server
application
– select and apply an appropriate object-oriented
programming language for developing web-based
client/server applications
– meet the general purpose of programming the
application
INTERFACE DESIGN AND DIGITAL
AESTHETICS (10 ECTS)
• OBJECTIVES KNOWLEDGE
– functional and design standards
– ….
• SKILLS
– use abstract models for modelling of interaction
between people and systems
– ……
• COMPETENCES
– analyze and apply standards for the display of complex
data
– …..
DEV. ENVIRONMENTS AND CMS’s
(10 ECTS)
• OBJECTIVES KNOWLEDGE
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Common development platforms (e.g. Eclipse or Visual Studio)
Common development environments (e.g. Java or .Net)
Cross platform development
General functionality requirements for a CMS
• SKILLS
– Use at least one common development environment
– Use at least one common development platform
– Model a CMS for his/her own development
• COMPETENCES
– Analyse and select a suitable platform and a suitable
environment for a given task
Interviews & Presentation
• Team up with a another student
• ”Interview” each other for about 2-3 minutes,
about education, background, expectations,
etc..
• Present your partner for the class, for about
half a minute
Teachers
• Teachers on 1st semester
• Michael Hammel
• Interface Design and Digital Aesthetics
Teachers
• Teachers on 1st semester
• Poul Henriksen
• Development Environments and CMS
• Website: http://laerer.rhs.dk/poulh
Teachers
• Teachers on 1st semester
• Ronnie Holm
• Back-End Programming
Teachers
• Teachers on 1st semester
• Hans-Henrik Krabbe
• Front-End Development
Teachers
• Teachers on 2nd semester…
• …not decided yet, but probably
– Steen Jensen (Mandatory Databases & XML)
– Michael Hammel (Web Communication and Network
Sociology)
– Mogens Jacobsen (Advanced Media Technology)
– ??? (Elective courses)
Timetable
• How much?
Course
Who
Classes / week
Front-End Dev.
CS
~5
Back-End Dev.
MM
~ 5
Env. and CMS
MM / CS
~ 5
Interface Design…
MM / CS
~ 5
Total
MM / CS
About 15 / 16
Timetable
• When (all classes in room 115)
Course
Who
When
Front-End Dev.
CS
Friday
Back-End Dev.
MM
Friday
Env. and CMS
MM / CS
Tuesday
Interface Design…
MM / CS
Thursday
Lunch Break
The study – how we work
• We are about 20 students
– About 1/2 with MM background
– About 1/2 with CS background
• Many different nationalities, from four
continents…
• Many different cultures
The study – how we work
• You are (hopefully)
– Adults
– Mature
– Have chosen to be
here voluntarily
– Here to learn
• So we expect you
to be
– Active
– Prepared
– Tolerant and
respectful (both to
the teacher and
other students!)
The study – how we work
• In class, it is OK to
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Ask questions (!), in English
Solve exercises together
Ask others for help
Bring and consume a ”neutral drink”
(bottle of water, soft drink, etc.)
– Do something else while seated at the
computer, but quietly…
– Put your cell phone on silent mode…
The study – how we work
• In class, it is not OK to
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Use your cell phone
Talk loudly about irrelevant matters
Behave noisily in general
Disrespect others, if they e.g. ask what
you consider a trivial question
– Eat while seated at the PC
– Sleep in class…
The study – how we work
• How much am I supposed to work?
• A bit of math:
– Each semester is 30 ECTS
– 1 ECTS is about 27 hours of work
– So, each semester represents 800 hours of work
– A semester is 20 weeks, including the exam period
– About 40 hours of work each week
The study – how we work
But…didn’t we have 15
classes per week?
The study – how we work
• The majority of work is done at home!
– Study the curriculum
– Explore the tools
– Practice!
• Having e.g. a full-time job along with the study
will be very difficult
The study – how we work
Your study time
At Home
Lectures
Projects etc
The study – how we work
• Main learning elements
– Teacher lectures
– Classroom exercises
– Projects
– Self study
The study – how we work
Student-driven
Self-study
Classroom Projects
exercises
Teacher
lecture
Teacher-driven
Introductory
Applied
Configuration of your computer
• You probably need to reinstall the sw at your
computer 
• Take backup of all your documents
• You will get access to Dreamspark with all the
necessary sw 
• Install Windows 8.1 pro
• Install Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate
• Later we will install more software packages
• Mac users
– Use Boot camp to install windows 8.1 pro
Hosting
• Your will access to hosting of your
assignments/websites at One.com for free for
1 year
• Use the site as a presentation of yourself
Walking tour of the school
• In general, the school is open from early in the
morning (7.00), until late afternoon (16.00)
• Points of interest
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Entrances
Classrooms (yours is Room 115)
Common area, with school computers
Student support center
IT-helpdesk (building 3)
Canteen (building 3)
Walking tour of the school
• Let’s go for a walk!
Books
• Books are handed out from the Student
Support Center
• REMEMBER that the book package is different
for Front- and Back-End students!
• We will do this on Tuesday
Course presentations
• (Wednesday 9 -14.45) Development System
and CMS – Poul
• (Thursday 9-13) Interface Design and Digital
Aesthetics – Michael
• (Friday 9-14) Front-End Development – HansHenrik
• (Friday 8-14) Back-End Development – Ronnie

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