Welcome to Computers: Creating Your Web Pages Course!


By the end of the day, you should be able to

Note: These course materials will continue to be available on the web at http://www.cs.unc.edu/~barman/presentations/classes/htmlintro/. If you want to take home a copy on a diskette, you can copy the course pages as well.

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In this course, we assume basic familiarity with

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Time Subject
9-9:30 Preliminaries
  • Intro. to mIRC to chat
  • Quick Review of Netscape Communicator
9:30-10 Start HTML Concepts
10-10:30 Break (with neighbor)
10:30-10:45 Introduce your neighbor
10:45-11 Finish HTML Concepts
11-11:45 Authoring web pages via Netscape Composer
11:45-12:45 Lunch
12:45-1:30 Practice authoring web pages via Composer
1:30-1:45 Start Basic HTML
1:45-2:05 Break
2:05-3 Finish Basic HTML and/or continue Composer authoring
3-3:10 Break

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Introducing Myself

I love teaching and have taught children in third grade, designed and taught a graduate Artificial Intelligence class as an adjunct faculty member, love teaching an ethnic vegetarian cooking class through Wake Technical College, and served in many other teaching capacities. I am working on my Ph.D. at UNC's Computer Science Department in an area combining Hypertext with Artificial Intelligence, with a general goal of making information easier to access for general users. I work full-time as a software engineer for IBM, and have held various jobs in areas such as multimedia and large systems development, artificial intelligence, User-Centered Design, education, and software reuse.

I have many community interests. What keeps me most busy is leading the Triangle Vegetarian Society. I am also active in the Durham Open Space and Trails Commission and its Bicycle Committee. My hobbies include music, bicycle travelling, and cooking. Do visit my personal home page and feel free to drop me email!

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Created September 15, 1998, last updated September 16, 1998
HTML by Dilip Barman, background courtesy of Moyra's Web Jewels