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Adjunct Professor for Web Programming at Hunter College

  • Deadline:
    Dec. 6, 2013, 12:30 p.m.
  • Location:
    Department of Film & Media Studies at Hunter College, CUNY, 695 Park Avenue, Hunter North 433, New York, New York, 10065, US

Course Title: Web Patterns
Course Number: MEDP 341
Course Day & Time: Wednesdays 10:10am - 1pm
Course Term: Spring 2014, 1/29 - 5/21
Department of Film & Media Studies, Hunter College, CUNY
North Building 432

Adopting architectural concepts presented by Christopher Alexander and the Center for Environmental Structure in the late 1970s, Web Patterns builds upon Web Production 1 and 2 in considering and manipulating a network of common modules that are employed in web production. Alexander's "A Pattern Language" has been a popular conceptual resource for Object Oriented Programming through the last two decades. In this course, design patterns will be applied to the development of Mobile Web Apps employing HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. Following a series of introductory exercises, students will design and produce self-directed desktop or mobile web applications.

This is an advanced course, students are expected to have experience in building web sites, including the following:

HTML - Structure
CSS - Design
JavaScript - Behavior
PHP - Logic (basic understanding)
MySQL - Storage (basic understanding)

Interested candidates, please email mediaadv@hunter.cuny.edu with cover letter stating qualifications and past courses taught, academic CV (that includes past teaching experience), Portfolio Link.