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Spark Plugs Presentation

For a newly created speaker series, I have been asked to speak about student engagement and social media.  Take a look through the presentation below!

For more information on Spark Plugs, visit sparkplugsto.wordpress.com

 

Facebook Cover Image Contest

In my role as Community Manager for the Humber Students’ Federation, my main focus is to encourage interaction among our students using digital media.  (it is more than just playing on Facebook all day – honest!) Continue Reading →

Social Media Policy

As Community Manager at the Humber Students’ Federation, my day to day role is to manage all of the digital content that is produced by the organization as well as guide a conversation around how we hope people to respond to it.  Although the organization had strong policy documents around communication, there was no policy that explicitly dealt with social media.  So I wrote one.

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Kitchen Table

As a Christmas gift, we wanted to build my soon-to-be in-laws a farmhouse kitchen table out of reclaimed barn board.

For the table top, I wanted to use something with a lot of character and history.  The more knots, scrapes, rusted nails, the better.  For the top materials, I made a trip to Historic Lumber, just north of Milton.  They reclaim materials from old barns and farmhouses around Southern Ontario.  Really cool stuff. Continue Reading →

Week 11 – Final Revisions

This week is a continuation of in class one on one troubleshooting.

Final Assignment Requirements

Week 10 – Construction Continued

Today we will continue constructing the final website.

Week 9 – Building in HTML / CSS

Week 8 – Web Layouts

Week 8 Layout Assignment download

Week 7 – CSS continued

Week 7 CSS Assignment download.

Your HTML files: HTML Files(in case you do not have yours in class today)

Examples from class today: CSS Examples

Week 6 – CSS

Week 6 CSS Assignment download.

Your HTML files: HTML Files(in case you do not have yours in class today)

Examples from class today: CSS Examples