Learn how to re-craft your existing web content and create new content that your website visitors will read.
After a short presentation, workshop presenters will help you apply the session concepts to your existing web content or content you are developing.
Bring your laptop and come with a web page you want to improve.
Seating is limited to 20 participants per session and registration is required. Writing for the Web sessions are always at the same time in the same place:
When: 12:30 p.m. to 1:00
Where: 224 TLC Building (inside the Library)
On the web, every word counts—literally! Attend this session to learn how to let go of the words you don’t need so your visitors will read the words you keep.
Good headings help readers navigate web pages and find the information they need. Attend this session to learn how to write effective headings and emphasize important content.
Meaningful link text makes your content more discoverable and accessible. Attend this session to learn how to write effective link text
Lists and tables can make text easier to scan and help readers understand your content. Attend this session to learn how and when to use lists and tables.
Are you sure that your content is meeting your visitor’s needs? Attend these two sessions to learn how easy it is to find out. In part 1, you’ll create a plan to learn more about your visitors and what they need from you. In part 2, you will apply what you’ve learned to improve your content.