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 March 26, 1999 Volume 6, Number 13

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World Wide Web

Year 2000

WORLD WIDE WEB

Noon hour seminars aid Web developers


Web developers and managers are encouraged to attend a series of noon hour seminars offered by Kevin Lowey, Department of Computing Services. The monthly seminars focus on a Web-related topic of interest to information providers on campus.

On-line versions of the seminars are available at https://www.usask.ca/dcs/courses/cai/

On-line courses provide information on a wide range of Web applications, including HTML, frames, forms, javascript, and image maps. The courses also provide general instruction on topics such as Web development, accessibility, and security.

The next seminar, entitled "Designing a Web site," will take place Wednesday, March 31, from 12 noon to 1 p.m. in 175 Physics. The seminar will address issues related to development and management of a unit Web site.

U of S faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend the free-of-charge, noon hour seminars.

If you want to attend the March seminar, please RSVP to kevin.lowey@usask.ca Lowey welcomes your comments and suggestions for future courses.



* NOTE: See news story: U of S selected as pre-launch site for National Archives WWW finding aids


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