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Drupal Workshop: Session 2

Drupal drop in: Session 1 | Online Identities Pilot Programme 2013/14

A 2 hour drop-in sessions where Students and staff can drop-in and talk with UAL Drupal web developers. Drupal is an open source web platform that provides an endlessly expandable web environment for individuals, groups, businesses and communities.

This pilot programme will explore the challenges and benefits of delivering web making support training for final year students and staff on the Performance Design and Practice (PDP) course at Central Saint Martins.

 

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 Introduction to web development (working title)

DATE & TIME TBC
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FACILITATOR: TBC
PARTICIPANTS: The Centre for Performance programme students, the POI project team are all welcome to join the sessions.
BRIEF OVERVIEW:

Following on from Drupal web development drop-in: Session 1. Students attending must have joined the Drupal UAL online community of practice and carried out the tasks given including:

  • Watching Drupal tutorials on Lynda.arts.ac.uk
  • Created a post on the Drupal UAL site
  • Commented on any post on process.arts.   

In this session you will begin to create your own basic drupal website:

DURATION: 2 hours
NUMBERS: TBC
FEEDBACK FROM PREVIOUS SESSIONS:

Audio recording of the DIAL/UAL CoP project and Drupal UAL team PechaKucha session at Central Saint Martins, showcasing the Free Open Source Web Development community of practice: See Drupal UAL slides here .

EQUIPMENT: TBC
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If you would like to contribute to this project please contact Chris Follows c.follows@arts.ac.uk

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