By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Understand and apply HTML5 markup
- Create design and behaviors with CSS3
- Use a simple web service to bring multiple sources of data together
Who Should Attend
Librarians and other information specialists who want to learn how to build web applications and simple web pages that apply the new functionality enabled by HTML5 to create engaging and new library services.
Course Level & Prerequisites
Knowledge of HTML, CSS, and using a text editor to create files is required.
Knowledge of FTP and uploading files to a Web server is preferred.
Jason Clark (Montana State University Library)
Date(s) & Time(s)
4 sessions from January 6-13, 2014
Live, synchronous lectures 11:00 am - 1:00 pm CST
- January 6: HTML5 Introduction; Creating a Markup Foundation
- January 8: CSS3 Introduction; Designing a Look and Feel
- January 13: Future of HTML5
- LITA Member: $135
- ALA Member: $195
- Non-member: $260
Live, synchronous lectures will require attendee participation via internet audio. Attendees will need a wired, high-speed internet connection, and a headset or speakers. Lectures will be recorded and posted to course Moodle page.
A Moodle-developed site is composed of self-paced modules with facilitated interaction led by the instructors. Students regularly use the forum and chat room functions to facilitate their class participation.
The course web site will be open for 1 week prior to the start date for students to have access to Moodle instructions and set their browser correctly. The course site will remain open for 90 days after the end date for students to refer back to course material.