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UT Martin offers web camp to local high school students

UT Martin offers web camp to local high school students

Posted: Monday, June 7, 2010 10:44 am

The Messenger 06.07.10
High school students can spend several days this summer learning how to develop and maintain web pages at a web camp offered by the University of Tennessee at Martin.
This three-day intensive camp is planned for July 19-21 in Room 227 of the College of Business and Global Studies.
Students will learn about generating web pages using content management systems such as WordPress, using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Microsoft Asp.Net and Silverlight. Each day will be divided into morning and afternoon sessions with both lecture and hands-on activities.
The registration fee is $165 and includes lunch in Skyhawk Café on campus, a flash drive and a T-shirt.
Those interested may register using any of the following contacts: telephone, (731) 881-7082 or 881-7081; fax (a completed form), (731) 881-7984; online at http://www.utm.edu/departments/ecce/nondegree/children.php; or by mail to ECOS, 110 Gooch, Martin, TN 38238.
The office is located at 110 Gooch Hall and hours are Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m.
Bob Bradley and Dr. Bryan Foltz will be the camp instructors.
Bradley is a UT Martin instructor of computer science. He was involved in developing the first web server on the UT Martin campus nearly 17 years ago when he worked for the campus IT department. He has been teaching computer science full time for the last eight years.
Bradley is a consultant and helps local businesses and organizations develop and maintain their web pages. He is experienced in developing Web projects using technologies such as HTML, CSS, PHP, Asp.Net, MySql, JavaScript and JQuery.
 Foltz is a UT Martin associate professor of information systems. He taught his first web development seminar in 1996 while a doctoral student at the University of Arkansas. Since that time, he has been involved with multiple website development projects. He has been webmaster and computer consultant for Dalton Farms/Pumpkin Hollow, an agri-tourism business located near Piggott, Ark., for 15 years. He also spent almost 10 years as webmaster for the Clark family, missionaries to Kenya.
In addition, Foltz served as an HTML consultant for the University of Arkansas Department of Rehabilitation Education.

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