The Fall 2007 HTML Workshops are coming! There will be four sessions this semester, starting with introductory material and working up to Advanced CSS. If you wish to attend, please RSVP by NOON on Thursday Sept. 13th.
12pm - 1:30pm
Sept 15th, 22nd, Oct. 6th and 13th.
Hamilton Library, Room 113
Sept. 15th: Beginners’ class. If you have never had any experience with uploading and downloading files, using a remote server, or structuring directories and organizing files, this is for you. If you are already familiar with SSH Secure Shell or other FTP-like programs, up/down-loading, and file structures, go ahead and join us for the next session. The main goal of this session is to activate your UH-created homepage, so if you skip this session, please do this on your own. (see http://www.hawaii.edu/personalhp)
Sept 22nd: Basic HTML. In this class we start teaching the basics of HTML programming. HTML is the language used to tell the browser how you want your webpage to look - we teach you useful commands to set up a basic webpage.
Oct. 6th: Basic CSS. In this class we start teaching the basics of using CSS for styling your webpage. “Styling” means adding colors, doing different sizing, and doing the layout of the page. By the end of this class you will know how to change things like the colors and fonts of your page.
Oct. 13th: Advanced CSS. Nowadays, CSS is used to do the layout of a page - that means not only how things look, but where they go on the page. In this class, you will learn all about “positioning” and page layout techniques.
You can find out more about the workshops on our webpage,
The Workshops are offered to all LIS students to learn how to make a webpage in order to put their Resume or Curriculum Vitae online (i.e. ePortfolio) - so please come on by.
The ICS Department is teaming up with the College of Engineering to host the Engineering Career Fair held on Friday, Oct 12 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. This fair is attended by a wide variety of high tech firms interested in employing students who have your skills.
During this time, the College of Engineering will be giving those employers a CD containing the resumes of students interested in employment as well as internships. They are very generous to offer us the opportunity to include your resume on this CD. If you want to be included, I will need your resume in a MS Word format by September 17th. Please email them to me by that date as an attached file.
Gerald Lau (email@example.com)
University of Hawai’i at Manoa
Information and Computer Sciences Department
1680 East-West Road, POST 314A
Honolulu, HI 96822
There will be on Friday the 14th a totally random, not-breaking copyright, somewhat educational gathering of people that may happen to be members of the awesome Society of American Archivists Student Chapter to watch a movie and enjoy snacks. Come join the random fun!
We will be watching “Librarian Quest for the Spear” in order to get pumped for our careers and to see just how far library school can take us.
It will be Friday 14th, 4:00-6:00
Hamilton Library in the Yap Conference Room (Near the Sci-Tech Desk)
EVERYONE IS INVITED, please bring friends. What better way to get to know your future career than to see what it is like in the real world of adventure and crime!
See you there.