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Monday, July 23 • 10:45am - 11:45am
CS-SIS Program: Enhancing Your Library's Web Presence with HTML5

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Target Audience: Electronic services and web development librarians

Learning outcomes:
1) Participants will assess and analyze trends in web development, including usability and accessibility.
2) Participants will be able to identify aspects of their current websites that can benefit from HTML5 and implement appropriate code.

HTML has been the basis for structuring and presenting content on the web for 20 years. The current revision, HTML5, promises to dramatically increase the functionality of web documents and web applications. Even though HTML5 is not slated for recommendation until 2014, many of its features can be implemented now. These features include: semantic tag elements, easy multimedia support, interactive form inputs (that don't require JavaScript), and mobile device integration. Focusing on how implementation of HTML5 features can increase the usability and accessibility of library websites, this presentation will include a live demonstration of many HTML5 elements. Attendees will leave prepared to develop their own HTML5 content.


Monday July 23, 2012 10:45am - 11:45am EDT
HCC-Room 207
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