Associate Professor, Information Technology  
SEC 4222
(918) 595-7758
Julie Luscomb  
Educational Background:  
AAS Tulsa Community College
BA, MA Oral Roberts University
Additional Graduate Level Work, Seattle Pacific University
Course(s) Taught:  
CSYS/MKTG 1393 - Web Design and Marketing
An introduction to Web site creation and marketing as it relates to e-commerce business. Topics may include market research, usability issues, and design guidelines which include marketing approaches such as importance of logos, psychology of color, product promotion and cost factors. Students will develop and test a Web site using popular Web development software.
Prerequisite: CSCI 1203.
Recommended: MKTG 2423.

Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and the syntax of eXtensible Markup Language (XML) combined in the form of eXtensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) will be presented along with web page design and efficiency principles and techniques. Projects will include the creation of a variety of different types of web pages for Internet and intranet use. Lecture 2 hours. Laboratory 2 hours.
Prerequisite: CSCI 1203.
CSCI 2163 recommended.

CSYS 2153 - Advanced XHTML Technologies
This course focuses on the development of multimedia-intensive, platform independent web pages for conventional Internet, Intranet, and Extranet based applications. Topics will include DHTML, CSS, client-side scripting, XML, and multimedia. Lecture 2 hours. Laboratory 2 hours.
Prerequisite: CSYS 1013.
(Because technology in this field changes each year, please check for an up-to-date list of content.)




CSYS/MKTG 1443 - Electronic Commerce
This course will examine the foundation, operation and implications of the Internet economy. Course content may include such topics as internet technologies, privacy, security, online market mechanisms, interaction with customers, electronic publishing, electronic shopping, knowledge-based products, pricing in the internet economy, database issues, online auctions and e-marketplaces, intellectual property, policies, ethics for the internet economy, emerging technologies and an outlook for the new economy.
MKTG/CSYS 2993 – Social Media
Social Media is an evolving set of online applications and Website features that enable user-generated content and online communication between individuals. More broadly referred to as Web 2.0, this trend creates exciting opportunities for both businesses and individuals. In this course, students will explore the use of Social Media for business and personal use. Each student will develop a Social Media Marketing plan for a business.
Prerequisite: CSCI 1203.
Recommended: MKTG 2423.
Interest Areas:  
My areas of academic interest include Web programming, Web marketing, and effective interface design. Personal interests include kayaking, reading, running, and cooking.  
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