Many tips, tricks and practical computing skills aren’t taught in classes, but you still need to know them, either to work on projects or to answer relatives’ questions about “the internet” at Thanksgiving dinner. That’s where the CSI series of tutorials comes in.
This series is
designed to answer questions you have and questions you haven’t thought to ask
yet. Taught by Juniors and Seniors in the EECS program,
these hands-on tutorial sessions are guaranteed to be relevant to your
experiences as a student in a computing-related field at the
They will be offered at on Saturday mornings and brunch will be provided. We ask that you RSVP so that we know how much food to provide.
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This tutorial will introduce
you to the Unix computing environments here at
Oh What a Tangled Web We Weave:
HTML and Web Basics
This tutorial will introduce you to the basics of HTML coding for the creation of WebPages. By the end of the session you will have created a fully functional homepage and learned the basics of coding WebPages from scratch. Although Dreamweaver and other HTML editors are useful tools, they often muss up the HTML code, and thus being able to understand it is very handy. No prior experience required.
If you’ve ever had a relative ask you “So who runs the internet, anyway?” over a turkey dinner and been unable to answer, this tutorial is for you. No prior experience required.
This hands-on tutorial will take you through many common maintenance tasks (like replacing RAM or a video card) and explain what all the boards, cables, and plugs are in a standard desktop PC. No prior experience required.
For more information, email email@example.com
Any WebPage errors, please email firstname.lastname@example.org