WNYLRC Workshop: Web Design from Zero to 60
Date:
Thursday, June 1, 2017
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Description:

Have no web design experience? Have some experience but want to learn more? This class is for you. In this full-day hands-on workshop, we’ll start by learning the basics of HTML and CSS (the building blocks of web design) and end with you creating a webpage and putting it online.

The instructor will guide the class through hands-on exercises in creating HTML files and seeing how the code you type results in a webpage that the user sees. We’ll learn about the various HTML/CSS tags, proper format and syntax, and the different uses for the two languages. In addition, we’ll learn how HTML files are stored on a webserver and delivered to the user. Then we’ll take the pages we’ve created in the exercises and upload them to a web server.

 No HTML or web design experience is needed. However, you should be familiar with copying/pasting, clicking on links with a mouse, and typing a website address into a browser.

Space is limited to 15 participants!

Lunch will be provided.

Location:
WNYLRC Training Center
Directions:
CE Workshop:
Yes
CE Hours:
0.6
Workshop Length:
6
Speaker Name:
Jaclyn McKewan
Speaker Bio:

Jaclyn McKewan has worked at WNYLRC for 8 years. She currently serves as the Digital Services Coordinator, a role that includes managing the Ask Us 24/7 online chat service, and assisting members with digitization projects.

Max Class Size:
15
Price (Governing):
$20
Price (Affiliate Member):
$25
Price (Patron Organizational):
$25
Price (Patron Student):
$20
Price (Patron Personal Member):
$20
Price (Non-Member):
$30
Price (Other NY 3Rs Library Member):
$25
Price (WNYLRC Staff):
$0

WNYLRC Special Libraries Breakfast Discussion

Join your colleagues for a Special Libraries Breakfast Discussion at WNYLRC on Thursday September 14 from  8:30am to 11am

Trying to find a place to store your newest accessions? Still haven’t found space for things already part of your holdings? You are not alone!

Why not join your colleagues from across the region to discuss the issue of physical storage for collections and what common concerns and/or challenges you may have. As part of the discussion, we have invited guests to join us who have been involved in cooperative efforts with multiple organizations to develop shared spaces for storage and programming. They can relate some of their experiences and maybe provide ideas and suggestions for tackling the space dilemma!

If you can attend, please register by Wednesday September 6th!

See you then!