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W3C Offers Online Training Course: Mobile Best Practices

By Holly Marie Koltz | May 4th, 2008 | Filed in Education, Mobile, Training, Web Standards (general)

The W3C Mobile Web Initiative is offering the online training course: An Introduction to W3C’s Mobile Web Best Practices from May 26 – June 20, 2008. The course is free, registration is open, but limited.

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This course is aimed at experienced Web developers and designers who are interested in learning to develop content for mobile Web access using W3C’s Mobile Web Best Practices.

Participants will have access to lectures and assignments providing
hands-on practical experience with using W3C’s mobile Web
Best Practices. They will have direct access to W3C experts
on this topic who are the instructors for this course. Participants will also
be able to discuss and share experiences with their
who are faced with the challenges of mobile Web design.

For more information about the course, instructors, topics, and to view a free sample course, visit Online Training Course: An Introduction to W3C’s Mobile Web Best Practices

Thanks also go to Henny Swan for posting an entry about this on her site at Want to Get Your Content Mobile.

Update: Registration is full and now closed.

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#1 On May 7th, 2008 10:13 am Jean Paulo replied:

It seems to be a very good idea. I’m gonna take a look.

#2 On May 14th, 2008 8:26 am Sven replied:

Registration is full and now closed. When will be the next course?

#3 On May 17th, 2008 1:24 am Adaptiv Media replied:

Yes, anybody have an idea as to when the next one is? I need to develop my mobile web technologies knowlege and where better to develop than at W3C..

#4 On June 4th, 2008 11:06 pm Steven Clark replied:

A good question…

Is this a single opportunity or a regular one. Depending on when it was run, of course, I’d be interested as well.

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