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Class Schedule

Basics | sessions 01-03
  1. 19 Jan intro and clients | lecture | labs
  2. 26 Jan servers and command line | lecture | labs
  3. 02 Feb networks and protocols | lecture | labs
Web Development | sessions 04-08

  1. 09 Feb structural layer | lecture | labs
  2. 16 Feb presentational layer | lecture | labs
  3. 23 Feb using a structure | lecture | labs
  4. 02 Mar behavioral layer | lecture | labs
  5. 09 Mar design thoughts | lecture | labs
Dealing with Markup | sessions 09-10
  1. 16 Mar control objects and display | lecture | labs
  2. 23 Mar tools that read markup | lecture | labs
Working with data | sessions 11-14
  1. 30 Mar formulas, functions, vectors | lecture | labs
  2. 06 Apr data display | lecture | labs
  3. 13 Apr manipulate data sets | lecture | labs
  4. 20 Apr relational data bases | lecture | labs
Presentations | sessions 15-16
  1. 27 Apr designing a presentation | lecture | labs
  2. 04 May delivering a presentation | lecture | labs



Click on the image below for the lecture slides
slides for session 16
You can create a stand-alone presentation that will incorporate
all the animations, sounds, and narrations you include in it
and can run automatically, even if you are not present.

Pulling all the parts together

Dilbert PPT cartoon on 20100222

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Narrate your slides and add timing to make them run in a stand alone mode

record your narration and timing

This will permit you to set up a PowerPoint self-running presentation to show if you are unable to do the presentation in person

have your animation appear when you call for it

You will not be able to show your hidden slides, but you can have all your slides show for as long as you want them to show, and you can control the timing of animations as you do the narration

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Package all your linked files into a single folder for stand alone presentation

pull together all elements into a CD

Though the tool suggests you create a CD, you can pull all the elements of a presentation into a specific file instead

pull together all elements into a file, step 01 pull together all elements into a file, step 02

How-to and comments are on today's slides

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