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Maker Hub Manager Teaches New Course

Don Undeen, Maker Hub Manager with students

Don Undeen, Maker Hub Manager at Georgetown University Library is launching a new graduate-level course in the Communications, Culture & Technology Program for the fall 2018 semester, CCTP-702: Creative Web Development. The course aims to help students build their ability to express creative ideas in the language of web development.

This course will teach practical programming and problem-solving skills, exploring the history and context of creative web development as well as the fundamentals of common coding languages like HTML, CSS, and Javascript. Students will also have an opportunity for hands-on learning, learning how to rapidly prototype, how to leverage existing resources to reduce development time, to debug programs, and enhance projects with third-party code. By the end of the class, students will be comfortable enough with the creative coding process to work on future web development projects with confidence.

Learn more about the course by visiting MyAccess. Didn’t get one of the open seats? Don’t worry, stop by the Maker Hub to learn about the tools and resources available to help you successfully complete your next creative web development project!