HTML for Educators wraps up with a final word from author Chris Mattia as you head off on your journey. Be sure to reach out to Chris on LinkedIn or Twitter: @csmattia.
- [Instructor] Congratulations, you did it.…You made it to the end of HTML for Educators.…We've covered a lot of ground in this course…from fundamental concepts to rolling up our sleeves…and getting into the code.…I hope your neurons are buzzing with ideas…for how you can apply what you've learned…to improving the learning experience for your students.…Early in this course I mentioned that I published…my first web page back in 1994.…It was ugly, it didn't do very much,…but it was mine and I did it.…The skills I learned that day…really have been the foundation that I've built…my entire career on.…
HTML has changed a lot since then…but it's still the foundation of the web as we know it.…I hope this course helps open as many new doors for you…as these skills have for me.…Until next time, I'm Chris Mattia.…Thanks for learning with me.…
- Coding a site, a page, or parts
- Managing digital assets
- Formatting headings and paragraphs
- Creating links to pages
- Linking to a PDF or a Google Doc
- Inserting your own images into an LMS
- Embedding YouTube, Vimeo, and SoundCloud media
- Making pages responsive for mobile devices
- Working with CSS using web developer tools
- Overriding existing CSS
- Setting up your own domain
- Using FTP
Skill Level Intermediate
WordPress for Education: Multisitewith Chris Mattia1h 55m Intermediate
Measuring Learning Effectivenesswith Jeff Toister47m 4s Beginner
1. Web Basics
2. Semantically Formatting Text
3. Leveraging Links
4. Integrating Images
5. Embedding Resources
6. Adding Style with CSS
7. Setting Up Web Infrastructure
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