Tuesday, October 18, 2011

HTML 5 and CSS: Six complete lessons, free for students, faculty, you and me too!

MIS Laboratory - Resources for Tech Faculty and Students - New! HTML 5 and CSS: Six Complete Lessons

"HTML 5 coupled with CSS is emerging as the new hot development language. I am delighted to announce that we have created six complete lessons that cover the most interesting and dynamic new features of HTML 5 that are ready to drop into a web development or intro programming course. Each lesson comes with instructor PowerPoint slides, a complete reading assignment with hands-on examples, including the files and assets to use in each assignment. A single lesson has enough content for a 75-100 minute class session, and the hands-on examples are great for either a lab session or homework assignment.

The six lessons are:

Lesson 1 – Defining HTML 5
Lesson 2 – Fundamentals of HTML 5, XHTML, and CSS
Lesson 3 – Introduction to CSS Layout
Lesson 4 – Using HTML 5 Markup
Lesson 5 – Working with Canvas
Lesson 6 – HTML 5 Multi-Media and Drag and Drop

This content is available to faculty (and students/hobbyist/pros) at no charge and can be downloaded from here: http://www.mis-laboratory.com/faculty/

With these lessons it is easy to update your curriculum (or resume) with the latest technology. Not faculty or a student? These lessons are a great way to self-study and get up to speed on the latest development language.


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