Web Content Development & Updating Seminar @ CLSU (Part 1)

Just this morning i did some talk about “Web Content Development & Updating” at the IGS, CLSU. Participants are CLSU Devcomm students. Its really nice sharing what you know and let other people get inspired ( inspired? that’s a big word hehe) or atleastΒ  get something new or something helpful to make some task a breeze. Well, i think ill be havingΒ  new friends too (i hope all of the participants πŸ™‚ ).

To all students participants you can download the presentation here (Web Content Development & Updating – Slides (PDF Format))

The download links of the handy tools (softwares/utilities) will be posted here very very soon. On our next meet, will be doing the hands-on workshop.

Thanks again!

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Regarding the ASSIGNMENT, participants must complete a POST (compose an ARTICLE, UPLOAD PHOTO, EMBED A YOUTUBE VIDEO)..

So how to? Once logged in to this site using the FBLOGIN (the blue button below the page header and at the top of the right frame). You will notice new options at the TOP OF THE PAGE.Β  See NEW (put your mouse on it & options will show) >> Select POST.Then the page will redirect to a text editor. Play with it for now πŸ™‚ its as easy as using MSWORD, then see ADD MEDIA Button to upload PHOTO (see add photo to post).

On our workshop, i will teach you how to properly format your POST.

Thanks ulet πŸ™‚

 

23 thoughts on “Web Content Development & Updating Seminar @ CLSU (Part 1)

  1. “It is not what you say; it is how you say that matters.” – the goal which links IT and DevComm together, now i know. Thanks Kuya Art!

  2. art, thank you very much for sharing us your time, efforts, knowledge and skills in web content devt part 1, ill give you update where to conduct part 2.

  3. Thank you, Sir for sharing your time, effort, idea and knowledge about Web Content Development. πŸ™‚ I am a frustrated IT student and now I am already a Devcom student. When I heard what you’ve said last seminar that IT and Devcom students were related, I became more determined with my course now. Kumbaga, hindi po ako naligaw ng landas. IT was my first choice and Devcom was my second choice.. hehehehe ((: more workshop pa po. it was very interesting! :))) πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

  4. Thank you kuya art! More power and God bless you πŸ™‚
    β€œIt is not what you say; it is how you say that matters.” πŸ™‚

  5. Thank you po kuya art! Acquiring knowledge as possible as we can is one of the good thing that you’ve shared with us. Thanks po πŸ™‚ -Elaine Khay G. Liongson, ABDC3-2

  6. Thank you very much Kuya Art, for sharing your knowledge and skills regarding Web Designing and Development. It was a wonderful experience. We all learned so much from you. I can’t wait for our workshop. May God bless you always!

  7. Good evening, kuya art. During the seminar, you were telling us about building up a web team for clsu website. I am interested in joining the team.
    I have a background in news writing. I was a writer in clsu collegian for 3 years and currently the associate editor of the cas lens.
    I am not new to the cyber world and definitely know some stuff about tweaks and all, though i know that i still have a lot to learn. I am willing to learn. I have nothing to do this summer and i am willing to spend it as a trainee. Thank you and God bless. πŸ™‚

    P.s.
    Sorry for the informal application, i don’t know a way to contact you, sir. I hope you understand. πŸ˜‰

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