Up to 1 page of the code you have used can be included in your E-mail to the grader. Be careful to mail only the most interesting parts of your code. Grades will be assigned based on the smooth, inventive functionality and elegant appearance of your work. All project homework is due two weeks after it is assigned in the syllabus. For example, the project assigned in Week 3 (Tues, Feb. 2 should be submitted no later than Monday evening, Feb. 15.) The Teaching Assistants will generally be able to respond to your submission within the following week.)
(1) Multimedia, Making it Work, by Tay Vaughn, 4th Edition. McGraw-Hill/Osborne Publishers, 1998.
(3) HTML Sourcebook, 3nd Edition, by Ian S. Graham. John Wiley 1997.
(4) Handouts on the SETL Language and its Tk Interface (to be distributed in class).
(5) Practical Programming in Tcl and Tk, by Brent Welch. Prentice-Hall Publishers, 1997.
Software you will need:
Netscape Communicator 4: available at www.Netscape.com. Microsoft Internet Explorer can be used instead.
The SETL IDE, available on the server at the ACF Education Building site multimedia laboratory. Additional download sites for this software will be announced.
A very useful site for general information about multimedia tools, with examples, references, and tutorials, is:
Other Internet Download Sources:
(i) www.lycos.com (general search engine)
ii) www.gamelan.com/(Java sources)
(iv) home.netscape.com/eng/mozilla/3.0/handbook/plugins/index.html (index of Netscape plugins)
(1) Netscape Plug-in Book, by S. Turlington. Ventana Communications 1996.
(2) Photoshop 4 For Macintosh - Visual Quickstart Guide, Elaine Weinmann and Peter Lourekas, Peachpit Press, Berkeley, CA, 1997.
The first half of the course will be a general introduction to widely used commercial multimedia tools. The second half of the course will discuss broader issues and introduce some research-flavored multimedia tools which illustrate them.
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