Web Publishing Course
The Web Publishing course teaches you the fundamentals of Web page authoring and design through reading materials, interactive quizzes, exercises, and assignments. In total, the course contains over 400 pages of instruction with many interactive questions and exercises. In this course, you will learn by doing. During the course, you will have the opportunity to work on several Web sites that will give you the chance to sharpen your Web page authoring skills.
This course covers everything you need to get started in Web page authoring, including both HTML and CSS. In the first half of the course, you will learn how to create web pages using HTML. Once you have learned how to create Web pages, you will then move on to the second part of the course where you learn how to style your Web pages using Cascading Style Sheets.
The course provides you with the training to understand the process of authoring Web pages using HTML and CSS. The course is ideal for anyone interested in acquiring skills in the latest Web technologies.
- 12 weeks of 1-to-1 instructor mentoring via email
- Expert feedback on assignments
- Over 400 pages of self-paced readings & interactive quizzes
- Downloadable HTML & PDF version of course materials
- Basic knowledge of browsers, email, and computer functions
Class Start Dates
— March 10, 2014
— April 7, 2014
— May 5, 2014
— June 9, 2014
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About The Instructor
The instructor will guide you throughout the course by providing one-to-one mentoring. During the course, the instructor will answer your questions by email, provide you with feedback on your assignments, and lead optional text chat sessions to discuss the materials and assignments.
Susan Bodnik is the author and instructor for this course. She has over 10 years of experience in teaching and developing online courses. Susan holds a degree in English from the University of Waterloo with specialized focus in communications, rhetoric and online learning. She is also an active member in the Society for Technical Communication.
I took an Intro to HTML class (through a different site) back in the fall, and while it has given me a good background and basic understanding that has helped me in starting this course, I feel that this course already has provided me with so much more information just in understanding the history of HTML, etc. The class I took last semester was not nearly as thorough and was often times confusing, so I really appreciate the quality of this course I'm taking with you now! --Lauren
I just want to tell you that I'm really impressed with everything about this course, the way it's designed and structured, how everything is explained, all the tips and tricks, all the extra links and recourses you're giving, and also how professional and knowledgeable you've been all the way throughout the course. Thank you again. --Tatiana
The course material is very good and easy to follow. It provides lots of details. I liked the reference charts and links to demos and examples. The resources list is extensive and also very useful to more in-depth research. The exercises helped prepare me for the assignments. Prompt support from the course instructor was a significant factor toward my success. --Lyse
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