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Web Editing
DIGI018
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Intermediate
Discipline: Creative professions
Last update: 27.09.2021
What this course about?

This module sets out essential concepts and skills relating to the ability to understand key web publishing concepts and to create, upload and maintain a static web site. The Web Editing module sets out key web publishing concepts and the skills required to create, upload, and maintain a web site. It also covers important issues such as security and copyright.

Thanks to the internet, it’s never been easier to communicate with a worldwide audience. Websites are crucial for virtual interactions, from selling products or services to sharing ideas or knowledge. Having the skills to set up a website and use web authoring software to maintain and update it are highly valuable in a competitive work environment.

🌐 Who is this course for?
Websites are a common tool of businesses, organisations, and communities. This makes the Web Editing module suitable for a wide range of candidates, including employees, volunteers, students, graduates, and bloggers.
📋 Pre-course requirements
  • Basic knowledge and skills of web editing
What will you learn?
  • Understand key web concepts and terms.
  • Know about the basic principles of HTML and use common HTML mark-up tags to modify the layout of a web page.
  • Use a web authoring application to design and format web pages, format text, and work with hyperlinks and tables
  • Recognise and use common web image formats and create forms in a web page.
  • Understand and use cascading style sheets.
  • Prepare web pages for publishing to a web server.
Course outline
  • Key Terms
    Understand that the Internet supports a range of services like the World Wide Web (WWW), file transfer, email, instant messaging (IM).
    Understand the term client/server. Understand the functionality and relationship between the browser, web server.
    Understand the terms domain, Uniform Resource Locator (URL), hyperlink, web hosting, search engine.
    Understand the use of primary protocols: Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/lP), Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), File Transfer Protocol (FTP).
  • Web Publishing
    Identify the main advantages of having a website: access to a global audience, ease of updating, audience interactivity, cost benefits.
    Understand the process of getting a website online like: registering a domain, choosing a web hosting service.
    Recognize search engine optimization techniques like: including relevant meta data, including a site map and website links, registering with a search engine.
    Recognize factors that impact on web page download speed: audio, video, graphical objects, animation content, file compression.
    Recognize appropriate audio, video, graphical file formats to optimize web page download speed.
  • Legal Issues
    Understand the term copyright and its implications for text, images, audio, video available on websites.
    Understand that website content is subject to the laws of the country in which it is hosted
  • Fundamentals of HTML
    Understand the term Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).
    Understand the role of the W3C consortium in developing HTML recommendations. Understand the benefits these recommendations offer like: interoperability of web sites across browsers, enhanced accessibility, consistent document type declarations.
  • Using HTML
    Use the browser to view web page source code.
    Use markup tags to structure a web page layout: <html>, <head>, <title>, <body>.
    Use markup tags to develop the layout of a web page: <h1>, <h2>, <p>, <br />, <a href>, <img />.
  • Design
    Recognize planning and design techniques like: evaluating the needs of the target audience, creating storyboards, organizing the site structure, creating a page layout template, deciding on a navigation scheme.
    Recognize good practice in font selection. Using sans serif fonts like: Arial, Courier, Helvetica
  • Using the Application
    Open, close a web authoring application. Open, close web pages.
    Create, save a new web page, website to a location on a drive.
    Create, save a new web page based on an available template.
    Add, edit a descriptive page title.
    Change between source code and design view
  • Enhancing Productivity
    Set basic options/ preferences in the application: default preview browser, default document type, encoding, fonts.
    Use available Help functions
  • Text Input and Formatting
    Insert, edit, delete text.
    Understand and use relative font size.
    Apply text formatting: bold, italic, font type and colour
  • Paragraph Formatting
    Set paragraph properties: alignment, indentation.
    Insert, remove paragraph break, line break.
    Create, modify a single-level ordered (numbered), unordered (bulleted) list
  • Page Formatting
    Set page margins: top, bottom, left, right.
    Add, modify, remove a page background colour, image.
    Change a page hyperlink colour: visited, active, unvisited
  • Hyperlinks
    Understand the terms absolute and relative hyperlinks.
    Insert, edit, remove a hyperlink: text, image.
    Insert, edit, remove an e-mail hyperlink: text, image.
    Define hyperlink target: same window, new window.
    Set an anchor, insert a link to an anchor
  • Tables
    Insert, delete a table.
    Insert, edit a table caption.
    Align a table: left, centre, right.
    Insert, delete rows and columns.
    Modify column width, row height.
    Merge, split cells.
    Modify table border width, cell padding, cell spacing.
    Change background colour, background graphic, image of cells, entire table.
    Add, remove a table background graphic, image
  • Graphical Objects
    Add, remove an image on a web page.
    Set, modify attributes of an image: size, border, alignment, alternative text.
  • Forms
    Insert a form on a web page.
    Add, remove single-line, multi-line text fields.
    Add, remove form fields: drop-down, check box, radio button.
    Set, modify form field properties: text field, drop-down, check box, radio button.
    Add, remove submit, reset buttons.
    Set, modify properties for submit, reset buttons.
    Set, modify form action to send form output by email.
  • CSS Concepts
    Understand the term Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), their use and benefits.
    Recognize the main approaches to applying styles: inline, internal, external.
    Understand the structure of a CSS rule: selector and declaration (property, value)
  • Using CSS
    Create, save a new CSS file.
    Create, modify CSS rules: colour, background, font
    Attach an external CSS to a web page
  • Check
    Identify and fix broken links in a website.
    Recognize good practice in webpage content: including a last updated date, details of software required to open, view files, ensuring compatibility of content with web browsers.
    Spell check a web page and make changes
  • Publish
    Understand the process of uploading, downloading a web site to, from a web server.
    Upload, download a web site to, from a server
Available formats
Instructor-led online (webinar)
Upcoming sessions
Date Location Language Price Format
08.11.2021 - 09.11.2021 Online , Russian Russian $119,99 , Webinar Webinar
15.09.2022 - 16.09.2022 Online , Russian Russian $119,99 , Webinar Webinar
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Training can take place in 4 formats:

  • Self-paced
  • Blended learning
  • Instructor-led online (webinar)
  • Instructor-led offline (classroom)

Description of training formats:

  • Self-paced learning or e-Learning means you can learn in your own time and control the amount of material to consume. There is no need to complete the assignments and take the courses at the same time as other learners.
  • Blended learning or "hybrid learning" means you can combine Self-paced learning or e-Learning with traditional instructor-led classroom or webinar activities. This approach requires physical presence of both teacher and student in physical or virtual (webinars) classrooms or workshops. Webinar is a seminar or presentation that takes place on the internet, allowing participants in different locations to see and hear the presenter, ask questions, and sometimes answer polls.
  • Instructor-led training, or ILT, means that the learning can be delivered in a lecture or classroom format, as an interactive workshop, as a demonstration under the supervision and control of qualified trainer or instructor with the opportunity for learners to practice, or even virtually, using video-conferencing tools.

When forming groups of students, special attention is paid to important criteria - the same level of knowledge and interests among all students of the course, in order to maintain stable group dynamics during training.

Group dynamics is the development of a group in time, which is caused by the interaction of participants with each other and external influence on the group. In other words, these are the stages that the training group goes through in the process of communicating with the coach and among themselves.

The optimal group size for different types of training:

  • Self-paced / E-learning: 1
  • Instructor-led off-line (classroom): 6 – 12
  • Instructor-led on-line (webinar): 6 – 12
  • Blended learning: 6 – 12
  • Workshop: 6 – 12
  • On-the-job: 2 – 4
  • Simulator: 1 – 2

Feedback in the form of assessments and recommendations is given to students during the course of training with the participation of an instructor and is saved in the course card and student profile.

In order to control the quality of the services provided, students can evaluate the quality and training programme. Forms of assessment of the quality of training differ for courses with the participation of an instructor and those that are held in a self-paced format.

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A personal account is a space for storing your training preferences, test and exam results, grades on completed training, as well as your individual plan for professional and personal development.

Users of the personal account have access to articles and blogs in specialized areas, as well as the ability to rate the completed training and leave comments under the articles and blogs of our instructors and technical authors

Registered users of a personal account can have various roles, including the role of a student, instructor or content developer. However, for all roles, except for the student role, you will need to go through an additional verification procedure to confirm your qualifications.

Based on the results of training, students are issued a certificate of training. All training certificates fall into three main categories:

  • Certificate of Attendance - students who successfully completed the course but did not pass the tests and exams can apply for a certificate of attendance.
  • Certificate of Completion - students who have successfully completed a course could apply for a Certificate of Completion, this type of certificate is often required for compliance training.
  • Verified Certificate - it is a verified certificate that is issued when students have passed exams under the supervision of a dedicated proctor.

You can always download a copy of your training certificate in PDF format in your personal account.

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During the training, you may encounter various forms of testing and knowledge testing. The most common assessment methods are:

  • preliminary (base-line assessment) - to determine the current level of knowledge and adapt the personal curriculum
  • intermediate - to check the progress of learning
  • final - to complete training and final assessment of knowledge and skills, can be in the form of a project, testing or practical exam

Travel to the place of full-time training is not included in the cost of training. Accommodation during full-time studies can be included in the full board tuition fees.

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The 30-day money back policy allows students to receive quality teaching services with minimal risk, we must also protect our teachers from fraud and provide them with a reasonable payment schedule. Payments are sent to instructors after 30 days, so we will not process refund requests received after the refund period.

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Smart Virtual Classroom (open digital / virtual classroom).

Conducting classes is based on the fact that the teacher demonstrates text, drawings, graphics, presentations on an interactive board, while the content appears in the student's electronic notebook. A specially designed digital notepad and pen are used to create and edit text and images that can be redirected to any surface via a projector.

Classes are live streamed online, automatically recorded and published on the Learning Portal, allowing you to save them for reuse anytime, anywhere, on any mobile device. This makes it possible not to miss classes and keep up with classes and keep up with the passage of new material.

Game Based Learning (learning using a virtual game environment)

Real-life training uses the principles of game organization, which allows future professionals to rehearse and hone their skills in a virtual emergency. Learning as a game provides an opportunity to establish a connection between the learning activity and real life.

The technology provides the following learning opportunities:

  • Focused on the needs of the user
  • Instant feedback
  • Independent decision making and choice of actions
  • Better assimilation and memorization of the material
  • Adaptive pace of learning tailored to the individual needs of the student
  • Better transfer of skills learned in a learning situation to real conditions

Basic principles of training:

  • A gradual increase in the level of difficulty in the game;
  • Using a simplified version of a problem situation;
  • Action in a variable gaming environment;
  • The right choice is made through experimentation.

The main advantages of Game Based Learning technology:

  • Low degree of physical risk and liability
  • Motivation to learn while receiving positive emotions from the process;
  • Practice - mirroring the real situation
  • Timely feedback
  • Choice of different playing roles
  • Learning in collaboration
  • Developing your own behavior strategy
Laboratory workshops using remote access technologies

Conducting practical classes online using remote access technologies for presentations, multimedia solutions and virtual reality:

  • Laboratory workshops that simulate the operation of expensive bench equipment in real production
  • Virtual experiment, which is visually indistinguishable from a remote real experiment performed
  • Virtual instruments, which are an exact copy of real instruments
  • Mathematical modeling to clarify the physical characteristics, chemical content of the investigated object or phenomenon.
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Web Editing (DIGI018)

Discipline: Creative professions

Language: English, Russian

Level: Intermediate

Available formats:

  • Instructor-led online
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