Programming for Non-Geeks: Back-to-Back Webinar Special

Course Overview

Programming for Non-Geeks: Back-to-Back Webinar Special
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New to Web publishing? Wondering how to get your website published and add your multimedia projects to your pages? Join us for these special back-to-back Web-publishing Webinars — buy both and save!

In Publishing Multimedia on the Web, you'll learn the basics of file formats and properties and how they affect the size and quality of your multimedia files. You'll learn the basics of streaming, downloading and storing content as well. With your new knowledge, you'll be able to get that cool infographic you designed onto your website or publish a video on YouTube.

In How to Build and Manage Your Website, you'll learn about templates, content and content types, and the difference between static and dynamic publishing. You'll gain an understanding of the basic principles of content management systems. Then, you'll see examples of two popular content management systems — Drupal and WordPress — and learn why you might want to use them to build your website.

Package Pricing

The Programming for Non-Geeks back-to-back event features two Webinars for just $44.95:

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What You'll Get

  • In just two days — an hour a day — you'll learn how to use a content management system to publish a website and how to add your multimedia content to your own website or publish it on another service

  • Can't attend the Live Events? No problem. Registering gives you unlimited, on-demand access to the replays.

Course Instructor

Casey Frechette

Casey Frechette is a visiting assistant professor in the journalism and media studies department and the director of online research and development at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, and an adjunct with The Poynter Institute. He teaches digital media and researches the role of technology in learning.


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