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Staff Council Training: Writing for the Web by Jenny Fremlin from Alaska Litho

Target audience: Students

As suggested by the newly formed Web Strategy Committee, Jenny Fremlin from Alaska Litho has been invited to present about how we write for the web.  She will begin with an overview of how we connect with our audience through media such as websites and concentrate on how to create content for a website. In addition, she will show how we read digital versus print media and what that means for content developers, the role storytelling can play, and some Dos and Don'ts when writing for digital media.

Here are the details for how to attend -

LIVE EVENT – Not just in Juneau!
Date: Wednesday, November 14
Time: 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Juneau Location: Egan 104 Multi-Media Classroom
Ketchikan Location: Paul 103
Sitka Location: Room 101

LIVE VIA THE INTERNET – Everywhere
Log on to UASOnline! at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday.
Go to SC-01.*
Click on the Live Messenger link on the left or under Announcements.

Have a question during the event? Send it in via Live Messenger, and get an answer.
 
*To find SC-01, you have to change the semester drop-down box to Training

RECORDED ON THE WEB
Log on to UASOnline! and go to SC-01. Click on Resources in the left-hand toolbar, and select "Real Video Archive.”

Session will be held live starting at 10:00 a.m. in Egan 104/Juneau Campus; Rm 101/Sitka Campus; and Paul 103/Ketchikan Campus. It's also available real-time through LiveMessenger (see toolbar on the left). Session will end by 11:30 a.m.

 
 

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