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Website hack session tomorrow, Thursday, at 5:00 pm in room 442. Sorry to change the day on you, but the Entrepreneurial Journalism students felt left out. We’ll probably switch back to Wednesday night next week. If you plan to attend, … Continue reading
A reminder when you get to post-production phase on your multimedia projects — we’ve got some superb resources available to you among our broadcast associates on the third floor. They’re knowledgeable, ready to help and open to scheduling one-on-one time … Continue reading
… with limited connectivity. If you need assistance with your website, configuring theme options, or HTML/CSS during this period, filing a ticket in the help desk will be your best bet. Joe, Rosaleen or Derek will be happy to assist, … Continue reading
Tomorrow night, Wednesday the 16th, at 5:30 pm I’m planning to hold an HTML/CSS workshop in room 434. For those that can make it, the workshop is going to be more Q&A than structured and is intended as a supplement … Continue reading
New themes: WPFolio, The Morning After, and others from WooThemes. Few new themes available on the network that you might be interested in.
Just a heads up: students from all four sections were previously added to the Interactive 2 website as “authors”. You should be able to access the dashboard if you’re logged in to the J-School WordPress network. If you can’t, please … Continue reading