April 2009 Archives

One of the most popular topics I've trained on over the years is Dreamweaver. While I'm still available for one-on-one and group workshops, I've designed a free online workshop for faculty and staff that you should be able to complete in under two hours. While it won't make you a Web design master -- after all, people go to school for years to become professional Web designers -- it will help you learn the basics of of working with text, images, and links.


  1. A WOU network account (also called your PawPrint)

  2. Access to your P drive (public_html)

  3. Access to Dreamweaver

  4. Internet access

Note: You don't have to have a copy of Dreamweaver on your own machine. You can access it via Remote Desktop, which will be explained in the course.

Ready to get started? Email me at carters@wou.edu and I'll send you instructions.

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