GST’s One-Day Institute Series Offers Overviews in Motion Graphics, Web Design, and Education Technology
Have you ever wanted to explore the worlds of web design or computer graphics? Are you interested in how state-of-the-art technology can be used for early childhood education? If so, then Touro University Graduate School of Technology’s (GST) One-Day Institutes are for you. Learn about tools in computer technology that could help you grow your career or get started on a new one.
Introduction to Motion Graphics for the Web – Jan. 6
If you can cook with a recipe, you can implement many of the free motion graphics effects that embellish web pages today, said Prof. Deck.
Exploring Web Development – Jan. 11
In this seminar, Prof. Irina Berman explains how web pages are designed and created. You will be introduced to Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) − the standard used to create web pages to tag the content that your computer displays. The class will cover HTML5, tags, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) −the technology that controls the appearance of the content on a web page.
This seminar is designed to help the novice who wants to explore how Web pages are actually created and styled and will appeal to a wide variety of people, but specifically those who would like a step-by-step introduction to the basics, said Prof. Berman. No prior programming skills or IT experience is necessary.
Innovative Technology in Education – Feb. 8
How can educators best engage students using the latest digital technology tools? Discover what educational programs “MathSpace” and “Learning Bird” are bringing to the classroom during this interactive workshop presented by Tom Maher, President of iManIT and Roxanne Desforges, Head of Academic Relations at Learning Bird. Find out how instructional programs that are more in-depth, customized, and more personalized are revolutionizing the way mainstream and special needs students learn. Teachers are eligible to receive credit for professional development hours.
The One-Day Institute is open to the public. For more information or to register, visit: One Day Institutes Page or call: 877-669-7227. Seating is limited, and advance registration is required