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Feb 11 / Arno Bosse

How to create a conference or workshop website in 30 minutes

Humanities Computing will offer a free, introductory class next week for anyone interested in making a WordPress website for their upcoming conference or graduate student workshop. You can see examples of the kind of site you’ll be build after attending the class by looking over the model sites listed in the sidebar on the top right or the far longer list of similar websites underneath. This event is part of Humanities Computing’s regular “TechTalk” series and will take place in Rosenwald 405 on Tuesday, Feb. 16th from 12-1:15pm. Attendance is free and open to all. No prior technical knowledge required.

If you’d like to attend but have a scheduling conflict, please send us an email. We may be able to offer the workshop again later in the quarter on a different day in the week. Please keep an eye on this blog or the Humanities Division’s events calendar (filter events by sponsor “Computing”) to learn of future TechTalks. We plan to offer an intermediate level course for people who already have some experience with WordPress early in the Spring Quarter.

Update: A screencast of the TechTalk is now available for viewing online.