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Are you looking to improve the look and feel of your courses? Struggling with the way your LMS lays out items on your course page? Maybe there is something you can do with a little HTML, CSS or Bootstrap.
Join Scott Huntley as he draws upon his experiences as a web teacher. You will learn the basics of how HTML, CSS and Bootstrap define webpages. You’ll also learn a few simple hacks and tricks that you can use to enhance your online eLearning materials, such as how to recover when you’ve made of mess of tables, how to use the awesome Font Awesome, and change hyperlinks into buttons. No previous web coding skills necessary.
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Webinar duration: 60 minutes
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(Kenneth) Scott Huntley is an Instruction Designer for the Student Management Services Program Project at TAFE NSW. He has utilised Moodle in various projects over a number of years and Scott is interested in benefits of Open Source Hardware and Software can have for the educational community. He is passionate about finding imaginative and innovative ways to use technology in the classroom and benefits that they may have for students and teachers alike.