Intelligentedu
Best New Free Computer IT Training Tutorial Resources


October 12, 2009

Web Information Systems Course

Here is an informative Web Information Systems Course at Cornell University. This Web Information Systems course explains building information systems on the World Wide Web. These course lecture notes cover markup languages, web services, protocols, ontology and knowledge modeling languages, semi-structured data parsing, and manipulation. This Web Information Systems course also includes readings, critical reviews, and technical projects that build expertise in tools and mechanisms for presenting and organizing information.


Web Information Systems Lecture Notes:

 - Lecture Notes: Course Introduction - Points on a Spectrum
 - Lecture Notes: Coherence and Invisibility: The Library Behind the Curtain
 - Lecture Notes: Internet and Web: History, Politics, Standards
 - Lecture Notes: Architecture of the World Wide Web
 - Lecture Notes: Content: What is stuff
 - Lecture Notes: Identifiers
 - Lecture Notes: Markup Language
 - Examples: Markup Language
 - Lecture Notes: Namespaces and XML Schema
 - Examples: Namespaces and XML Schema
 - Lecture Notes: Manipulating XML (XPath and XSLT)
 - Examples: Manipulating XML (XPath and XSLT)
 - Lecture Notes: XSLT (2)
 - Examples: XSLT (2)
 - Lecture Notes: XSLT 3
 - Examples: XSLT 3
 - Lecture Notes: Syndication and Mashups
 - Assignment: Project 1 Overview
 - Examples: Project 1 Overview
 - Lecture Notes: Web Publishing and Editing (Atom Publication Protocol)
 - Lecture Notes: Semantic Web: Knowledge Representation on the Web
 - Lecture Notes: Semantic Web Basics (RDF)
 - Lecture Notes: RDF Meta Model and RDF Schema
 - Lecture Notes: Description Logics and Web Ontology Language
 - Lecture Notes: Inference and Querying Triple Stores(cont.)
 - Examples: Inference and Querying Triple Stores(cont.)
 - Lecture Notes: Building and Testing Ontologies with Protege and Racer
 - Lecture Notes: Building and Testing Ontologies with Protege and Racer (2)
 - Lecture Notes: Microformats and RDF-A
 - Lecture Notes: Compound Information Objects
 - Lecture Notes: Scholarly Communication, Escholarship, repositories
 - Lecture Notes: Longevity and Preservation of Digital Information



Tags for this post>>


Filed under: Best New Free Computer IT Training Tutorial Resources — computer_teacher @ 9:21 pm


Powered by WordPress