Create a free, public web site using GitHub Pages. You'll learn how to use existing templates to create attractive web sites to showcase your project work. The same method can be used to create web sites for organizations, resumés, teams, portfolios, events, and more. No prior programming knowledge is required, but we will be learning to edit files in formats including Markdown, YAML, and HTML.
A laptop is required, but we can loan you one if needed.
All sessions will be first-come, first served and are free to GW students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Attendance requires no reservation.
This workshop is part of the Programming and Coding series for those interested in enhancing their skills in web or software development, coding and scripting, and automating processes to retrieving or cleaning data. Other workshops in this Fall 2019 series are Programming with Python: Python for Data Analysis, Python Camp, Software Carpentry: shell/git/Python, Software Carpentry: shell/git/R, Walk on the R Side: R for Data Analysis, Zotero In-Depth. If you need personalized assistance with a programming or coding project, consider booking a programming or software development consultation with a member of the Scholarly Technology Group. More information is available through Academic Commons.