Publishing your website on the Internet

Who should attend?

This course can usefully be taken by those who want to publish their personal website on the Internet.

At a glance
This course will help students to publish their own website on the Internet.

Course Level: Beginner

Prerequisites: Students are expected to have a good knowledge of HTML and CSS and some limited basic Javascript programming skills.

Topics:
Chapter 1: Structure of your Website
Chapter 2: W3C Standards
Chapter 3: Domain Names
Chapter 4: Hosting Space
Chapter 5: FTP Protocol
Chapter 6: Blog or Static Website
Chapter 7: Meta Tags
Chapter 8: Testing your site

Learning outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to work with the FTP protocol and publish their own website.

Intro to IT

Who should attend?

 

This course is an introduction for non-computer users (who are new to computers)

 

At a Glance

 

This course is designed to introduce users to personal computers. Users will learn what a PC is and what an operating system is. They will learn basic computer skills such as turning a computer on, logging on to Windows, and working with files. Users will also learn to use a computer in order to perform many tasks such writing a letter, analyzing numeric information, or maintaining an updated list of client information.

 

Course Level: Beginner

Time frame/Duration: 12 Hours

Prerequisites: None

Topics:

 

Chapter 1: Getting started with personal computers

 

Chapter 2: Working with folders and files

 

Chapter 3: Navigate in a Word Processing Document

 

Chapter 4: Update a Spreadsheet

 

Chapter 5: Run a Presentation

 

Learning outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to use a personal computer effectively.

Walking on the Web (Internet)

Who should attend?

 

This unique course is designed for anyone who wishes to use the Internet more effectively for research and information.

 

At a Glance

This course will introduce you to the Internet and show you just how easy it can be to use. It is designed to give students a basic understanding of the internet. They will learn how to use a web browser to navigate and search the internet. 

Course Level: Beginner

Time frame/Duration: 14 Hours

Prerequisites:

Basic Knowledge of Computers

Topics:

Chapter 1: A basic understanding of the Internet

 

Chapter 2: Connecting to the WWW

 

Chapter 3: Using a Web Browser

 

Chapter 4: Forms – How to fill in

 

Chapter 5: Finding stuff online

 

Chapter 6: E-mail - and how to send, receive and manage it

 

Chapter 7: WWW Safety

 

Chapter 8: Communities

 

Learning outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to set up Internet connection and use search engine.

Design your Personal Website with HTML and CSS

Who should attend?

This course can usefully be taken by those who want to learn how to build a professional website from scratch using basic and intermediate HTML and CSS skills. 

At a glance
Overall the course is a thorough introduction and orientation of the techniques often used to build a website.  You will go from learning about basic tags, and how to create hyperlinks, place images and use tables. You will also learn how to use Cascading Style Sheets to control the style and layout of multiple webpages at once.

Course Level: Beginner

Time frame/Duration: 20 Hours

Prerequisites:
Basic Knowledge of Computers including software such as Notepad.

Topics:
Chapter 1: Structuring Documents for the Web
Chapter 2: Links and Navigation
Chapter 3: Images, Audio, and Video
Chapter 4: Tables
Chapter 5: Forms
Chapter 6: Frames
Chapter 7: Cascading Style Sheets
Chapter 8: Page Layout
Chapter 9: Design Issues

Learning outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to demonstrate the ability to design and create a Web site with the latest HTML and CSS.
 

 

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