Sunday, 2 March 2008

Web Design & Publishing

Web Design & Publishing
Presented by Michael Koronkiewicz
This workshop will provide an introduction to the many facets of web design and publication. By the end of the session, it is expected that you will have created a basic website and that you have gained an understanding of the following topics:

  • choosing the most appropriate software
  • understanding and selecting the best hosting package for your needs
  • layout and design
  • graphics
  • file structure
  • getting up on search engines(Google, Yahoo!, etc.)
No previous experience in web design is required
but would be helpful

Michael Koronkiewicz
has a BSc from Southern Connecticut State and a Masters of Education from Columbia University , USA . He has worked as a knowledge architect, designing interactive e-learning programs for corporate clients in New York , and as an instructional designer with UNESCO, Bangkok .
Michael is the IT coordinator at Prem in addition to teaching IT in the senior school


At 18 March 2008 at 16:08 , Anonymous Michael Koronkiewicz said...

Hello All,

As your presenter for this workshop, I have created a course page us in the PTIS online learning environment -

Just choose the web design course and then create a new account. Once you get inside the course, just click on "Enroll me in this course". That will give you full course privileges.

There is way too much info in there to cover in one session, so it will be there for you as a resource that you can always come back and refer to.

Looking forward to seeing you all!


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