This page is for archiving purposes only. This was a program offered in 2015 and many links may be broken or outdated.
[Note: This series has ended- view the links below to find resources and tutorials about the topics covered during the spring of 2015. Future series are being developed, use the form to the left to submit suggestions or get more information.]
The Build the Web workshop series is aimed at teaching the basics of web development with the end-goal of building your own personal site. The sessions are free, open to everyone, and meet weekly- Thursdays from 5:00-7:00pm in the HSU Library Fishbowl (second floor, room 209). A very limited number of laptops are provided, so please bring your own if possible. For more details, visit the library events calendar or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Below is a list of online tutorials and resources being used the in the workshops if you would like to view them on your own.
There are several free online tutorial sites to help get you started learning the basics of computer programming for creating on the Web:
Are you interested in working with others to learn how to create content for the Web? Are you interested in building your own site or improving an existing one? Email us to get up-to-date information on current workshops and programs and/or check the library events calendar for a list of current events: