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  • Generational Learning Styles

    This course focuses on the influence of generational characteristics on learning styles. Explore fascinating information on the brain and how each generation has responded to their unique “cohort experience." Acquire the skills and information needed to facilitate Gen Y and the emerging generation of learners. Understand how your own generational characteristics impact your learning and your teaching. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Certificate in Learning Styles. Class Details Unit 1 Introduction to Generational Learning Styles The origin of generational learning styles & foundation of learning style theories Learning theory and the brain What defines a generation - the concept of the cohort experience Unit 2 Understanding generational factors influencing how you learn and teach Characteristics of the Baby Boomers Characteristics and definitions for Generation X Learning characteristics of both Baby Boomers and Gen Xers How YOUR generational characteristics influence your approach to teaching: Baby Boomer, Gen X, Gen Y Unit 3: Understanding Generation Y Core values of Gen Y Impact of technology on generational learning The impact of generational characteristics on approaches to and expectations of education, perceptions of time, prioritizing work/life/school, goals and ambition, collaborative vs. individual, worldview, inputs versus outcomes and other value differences Unit 4: Helping Your Gen Y Students to Learn More Communication tips with Gen Y students and the emerging generation Classroom instruction tips for Gen Y and the emerging generation Addressing awkwardness and other social characteristics of Gen Y Understanding and using technology to facilitate learning The top 20 generational techniques for helping your students learn more For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Integrating Social Media in your Organization

    Learn the top five considerations when starting a social network as well as tips to manage an online community. Identify how to manage this influx of information created by the new media revolution. Discover what you might be doing wrong in social media as well as essential policies to have in place for your employees and company. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Certificate in Social Media For Business. Class Details Unit 1: Running a Community and Creating Your Own Social Network Using Ning Online Communities and Creating Your Own Social Network with Ning Top 5 Considerations When Starting a Social Network What Goes into Build a Great Social Network What is an online community manager What is Ning and How to Use the Platform Examples of Companies Using Ning Unit 2: What Tools to Use for Your Organization What tools and platforms will help get content on the web Readings on top new tools to consider How to select which tool to use How video fits into online marketing Organizing and collaborating with Google products How to take advantage of mobile and local in applications and search Unit 3: Integrating Social Platforms into Your Web Site Discovering how web design has changed and what is needed for true integration Understanding elements on websites that increase interaction, engagement, search engines findability Learn best practices for website usability and landing page design Discuss how your sites compare and generate next steps that will improve your business Unit 4: Developing a Manageable Work Flow: Time, Resources, Policies, and Trends Developing a Manageable Work Flow Time and Resources: How do you know where to spend your time? Target Social Media Influencers to Boost Traffic and Sales Is Your Company Ready for Social Media or Are They Holding You Back? Trends - What's Next or Are We Still Working on Last Year's Trends? Social Media Policies and Planning For A Crisis For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Entrepreneurial Marketing

    Entrepreneurs must know how to effectively market their product or service. Learn a step by step approach to attract and keep customers, all within a realistic budget. Discover how to build a strong brand, analyze which tactics to use, and implement your marketing plan. Take away practical marketing tips and tools that you can use to improve your marketing efforts. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Entrepreneurship Certificate. Class Details: Unit 1: The Customer as the Driver Marketing Decisions Framework Positioning Your Product or Service Marketing Strategies and Goals Unit 2: Communicating Value to Customers Key Selling Messages Creating Emotional Connections Personal Selling Networking: Your 30-Second Introduction Unit 3: Creating a Strong Brand Managing the Marketing Mix Marketing on a Shoestring Budget Your Marketing Calendar Implementing Your Plan Unit 4: Building Customer Relationships Tools to Meet Your Strategic Goals Online Opportunities and Social Media Checklist Generating Buzz: Word-of-Mouth Marketing Measuring Effectiveness
  • Project Management Knowledge Areas

    Discover the ten (10) Project management Knowledge Areas and their support role and relationships to the five (5) Project Management Processes. With these tools in hand, take your project management skills to the next level. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Certificate in Project Management. Class Details Unit 1: Project Integration & Scope Management Integration Management Direct & Manage Project Work Perform Integrated Change Control Scope Management Control Scope Unit 2: Project Time & Cost Management Time Management Sequence Activities Control Schedule Cost Management Plan Cost Management Unit 3: Project Quality, Human Resources & Communications Management Quality Management Human Resources Management Communications Management Unit 4: Project Risk, Procurement & Stakeholder Management Risk Management Plan Risk Responses Procurement Management Stakeholder Management For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Fostering Online Discussion

    Being engaged with online learners is one of the biggest weaknesses of online teachers. Come discover how to continually engage students and build student success through your interaction, feedback and communication. You will get first hand experience as your instructor models great interaction and engagement, plus you will come away with practical, how-to tips to better engage your online learners. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Certificate in Online Teaching. Class Details Unit 1: How Continual Engagement Helps You Foster Effective Online Discussions What is continual engagement? Why is continual engagement important? Breaking down the barriers to effective continual engagement in your discussion interaction Unit 2: Building Your Students’ Success through Your Interaction Why continual engagement in online discussion is important to your students’ success Choosing your words carefully in discussion interaction Strategies to use at the beginning of your term Strategies to use as the term gets underway Strategies to use when things get hectic Unit 3: Assessing Your Students’ Performance Giving effective feedback Communicating with students about grades Some special challenges of group work and how to overcome them Unit 4: Keeping Your Communication Skills Sharp How networking with your peers can build your skills Using break times effectively Working with an assistant How online interaction enhances your face-to-face instruction For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Using Personality Profiles for Better Work Performance

    Learn how to improve your communication with others, convey your ideas effectively, and improve your ability to understand what is important to those who don’t share your same style. Fee includes your own DiSC Behavioral Personality Profile assessment and review. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Certificate in Workplace Communication. Class Details: Unit 1: Understanding the DiSC Profile Getting to know the four styles of the DiSC profile Dominance Influence Steadiness Compliance Unit 2: Communicating effectively with each style Understanding preferences for communicating The most effective and influential communicators Knowing how to reach and be understood by others Insights into barriers that each style has, Clarifying detractors and enhancements for each style Unit 3: Increasing your Success Part 1 In depth analysis of the D and I behavioral styles from the DiSC profile Creating action plans for D and I styles Unit 4: Increasing your Success Part 2 Analyzing the other two behavioral styles from the DiSC profile: S and C Developing action plans for S and C styles
  • Advanced Power BI

    Expand your knowledge of Power BI Desktop to the highest level. Explore the advanced capabilities of Power Query, Data Modeling and Reports. Check for data inconsistencies, design efficient queries, create proper relationships, and write DAX code to ensure reports update quickly and accurately. Add navigation and analytical features to your reports to enable consumers to analyze the results. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Power BI Certificate. Class Details Unit 1: Power Query Utilize Column profile, distribution, and quality Perform fuzzy match Duplicate versus Reference queries Debug errors Unit 2: Data Modeling What a Star Schema is Understand relationship types Manage relationships Unit 3: DAX Understand contexts CALCULATE function COALESCE function Compute visual totals accurately Unit 4: Reports Insert Objects Create Bookmarks For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Developing Your Professional Career

    Identify those skills that all great leaders possess, while learning new skills that will help take you to the next level. Whether you are leading a department or an organization, gain the knowledge you need to be successful. Learn how to incorporate a developed image and communication skills that will rocket you to that next level. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Certificate in Leadership Development. Class Details Unit 1: Mapping your Career for Success Defining where you want to be in your career in 5, 10, 15 years Setting and monitoring your career goals Establishing a mentor partnership as a start in your professional career Unit 2: Developing your Professional Career through Non-Verbal Communication The difference between verbal and non-verbal communication Conveying the right message with your body language Writing what you think Haptics – Using touch to convey non-verbal communication How to understand others non-verbal communication Unit 3:Image is Everything You are your brand What you wear can determine where you go How to determine if your image is headed in the right direction How your communication and your image should agree with each other Unit 4: Using Social Media to help develop your Professional Career The purpose of Social Media How to use Social Media to create a professional online presence How to avoid negative images trap that many people fall victim to on Social Media For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Advanced Six Sigma Green Belt

    Learn to improve and control processes through hypothesis testing, design of experiments, and statistical process control. Apply the concepts learned in the Introduction and Intermediate Six Sigma Green Belt courses. Finish the course Six Sigma Green Belt Certified. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Certificate in Six Sigma Green Belt. Class Details Unit 1 Analyze Exploratory Data Analysis Correlation and Regression Hypothesis Testing Basic Concepts Point & Interval Estimation Unit 2 Major Tests Paired-comparison Tests Single-Factor ANOVA Chi-square Unit 3 Improvement Techniques Design of Experiments (DOE) Introduction Terminology Design Types Implement and Validate Solutions Response Surfaces EVOP DOE Improvement Analysis Unit 4 Control Concepts Statistical Process Control (SPC) Objectives and Benefits Rational Subgrouping Application of Control Charts Variable Charts Attribute Charts Analysis of Control Charts Control Plans For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Adobe InDesign Essentials

    InDesign allows you to create simple to complex multi-page documents such as brochures, flyers, books and magazines. Explore InDesign tools and capabilities to create professional documents. Learn how to manage the InDesign environment, create, setup, design, enhance and finalize multi-page documents. Access to Adobe InDesign software required This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Graphic Design Software Essentials Certificate. Class Details Unit 1: Getting to Know the Interface and Setting up a Document Interface menus Tools Panels Starting and setting up a multi-page document in InDesign Unit 2: Working with Objects and Color Learning to work with color panels Creating, managing and applying color to elements Inserting and managing images and illustrations into an InDesign document Unit 3: Working with Text Learning about insert and flow text to multiple pages Managing long text documents Text editing in InDesign documents Unit 4: Typography Advance typography tools and menus Character and paragraph settings and styles Creating print-ready PDF files. For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Intermediate SQL

    Discover how to write powerful SQL queries that enable you to retrieve data from one table or from multiple tables stored in the database simultaneously. Learn how to retrieve more meaningful data from tables stored in a database. Explore how to merge data from multiple columns, how to create calculated fields, and how to order and group your results. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course SQL Certificate. Class Details: Unit 5: Creating Calculated Fields and using Aggregate Functions Structured Query Language Review Creating calculated fields Concatenating columns Using aggregate functions Unit 6: Using Clauses in Structured Query Language Using the ORDER BY clause Using the GROUP BY clause Using the GROUP BY clause and WHERE clause Using the HAVING clause Unit 7: Creating Table Joins Creating Inner joins Creating Outer joins Creating Self joins Unit 8: Creating Subqueries Creating subqueries Creating subqueries that contain calculated fields Creating subqueries that contain aggregate functions
  • Advanced SQL

    Learn how to write more advanced SQL queries for enhanced decision making. Discover how to write advanced subqueries, advanced join queries, and UNION queries that query more than one table. Learn how to use transaction processing to ensure SQL statements execute completely or not at all and how to create stored procedures that enable you to store SQL statements for execution. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course SQL Certificate. Class Details: Unit 9: Creating Advanced Subqueries Structured Query Language Review Using the IN keyword to link queries Using the EXISTS keyword to link queries Using the ANY keyword to link queries Using the ALL keyword to link queries Unit 10: Creating Advanced Joins Creating inner joins review Creating outer joins review Creating joins with aggregate functions Creating nested joins Unit 11: Creating Union Queries Creating UNION queries Creating UNION ALL queries Creating a WHERE clause and multiple UNION queries Unit 12: Transaction Processing, Stored Procedures, Triggers Implementing transaction processing Implementing stored procedures Implementing triggers For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Writing News and Press Releases

    Being able to write a good news story, press release or publicity notice is a skill that can set you apart in the workplace. Getting the word out is an essential activity for every organization. Acquire the skills good journalists have and learn how to craft a news story, press release or publicity notice that will get attention. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Certificate in Business Writing. Class Details Unit 1: The Skills good journalists have What journalists know how to do How to think like your audience Kinds of publicity notices Keys to successful publicity notices Unit 2: Writing a good news story The inverted pyramid The 5 Ws and H How not to bury the lead Writing a good headline for your story Unit 3: Creating the Successful Press Release The press release format Quotes, how many to use, who to quote and how How and where to highlight your organization and contact Avoiding the direct sales pitch Unit 4: Distributing Your Press Release Targeting media, journalists and audiences Email press releases Print press releases Getting attention For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Financial Analysis and Planning for Non-Financial Managers

    Designed for non-financial managers, business owners, entrepreneurs, and other decision-makers, this advanced course will take the mystery out of money matters. Learn to assess and analyze the financial information that drives your business. Be empowered to make smart decisions when it comes to budgeting, setting goals, and assessing performance within your own area of influence. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Certificate in Accounting and Finance For Non-Financial Managers.. Class Details Unit 1: Financial Strategies 1.1 Your Role in Financial Decision Making Who is responsible for the financial decisions in your company? The Goal of Business 1.2 Understand the Language of Finance Accounting as a Language Learn the Language Visual Activity – Accounting Process Accounting and Recordkeeping Systems Self Check – Account Categories 1.3 Read the Story A Word about Financial Concepts ***Financial Concept: The Accounting Equation*** ***Financial Concept: The Matching Principle*** The Common Financial Statements Income Statement The Balance Sheet Statement of Cash Flows 1.4 The Purpose of Financial Statements Unit 2: Financial Dashboard – Introduction to Financial Gauges 2.1 Understand Basic Financial Concepts Introduction The Story Statements Tell ***Financial Concept: The Accounting Equation*** ***Financial Concept: The Profit Matching Principle*** ***Financial Concept: The Fund Matching Principle*** ***Financial Concept: Cash Basis vs. Accrual Basis Accounting Methods*** ***Financial Concept: Cash vs. Profits*** ***Financial Concept: Debt vs. Equity (Optimum Capital Structure)*** 2.2 Financial Strategies Financial strategies stem from business goals Take a Look: Example Financial Strategies 2.3 Financial Gauges Introduction to Financial Gauges Your Financial Gauges Profitability-based gauges Performance-based gauges 2.4 Reading Your Financial Gauges The Story Financial Gauges Tell Research and Analysis Unit 3: Financial Gauges - Profitability 3.1 Profitability Gauges Ratio Analysis Financial Gauge: Net Profit Margin (or) The Bottom Line Financial Gauge Gross Profit Margin Financial Gauge: Operating Margin Using Profitability Ratios 3.2 The Components of Profitability The Origin of Profits Sales and Expenses 3.3 Sales Sales Strategies Pricing Strategies 3.4 Cost of Goods Sold and Cost of Sales Cost of Goods Sold Gross Profit Margin Gross Profit Analysis and Planning Evaluate Profitability of Product or Service Lines 3.5 Expenses Budget vs. Actual Analysis Cost Management and Efficiency Unit 4: Financial Gauges - Performance 4.1 Making Money The Goal of Business Value Growth Company Resources 4.2 Taking Advantage of Assets Tangible vs. Intangible Assets Cash 4.3 Making the Most of Liabilities and Equity Liabilities Equity 4.4 Performance Financial Gauges Financial Gauge: Current and Quick Ratio (Liquidity) Financial Gauge: Return on Assets Financial Gauge: Return on Equity Financial Gauge: Debt to Equity Ratio 4.5 Financial Analysis and Planning Summary Downtown Publishing Financial Performance Analysis Summary For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Integrated Marketing Best Practices

    Enter the fascinating and emerging field of integrated marketing. Explore how to move potential customers from one media to another, increasing their interest and purchasing. Take home an Integrated Marketing Model to help you choose what’s best for your business and industry. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Integrated Marketing Certificate. Agenda Unit 1 Moving Inquiries to Customers The purpose and uniqueness of Integrated Marketing. Some 25 marketing options. Choosing the best for you. An Integrated Marketing Model All paths (almost) lead to your website Unit 2 Developing Inquiry Campaigns Choosing your methods Generating inquiries Following up with inquiries Hidden Engagement with ‘Contact Us’ Unit 3 Your Best 5 Digital Marketing Methods The hot 5, and why they work Picking your best 5 digital marketing methods Trending Up Why multiple channels can reach different audiences Unit 4 Integrating Digital with Print Following digital with print Using print to engage your website What goes in print; what goes online The 3 most effective engagement techniques For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Closing Procedures and Financial Statements

    Discover how to create a worksheet used to adjust account balances and prepare financial statements. Use your financial statements to measure performance, make improvements and set goals. Finally, learn how to close your books and prepare them for the next accounting period; this is done by journalizing and posting closing entries. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Bookkeeping Certificate. Class Details: Unit 1: Prepare a Worksheet What is a worksheet Columns included in the worksheet Completing each column Unit 2: The Income Statement Review the worksheet columns for the Income Statement Prepare the income statement Determine a profit or loss Unit 3: The Balance Sheet Review the worksheet columns for the Balance Sheet Prepare the balance sheet Unit 4: Closing Entries and Statement of Changes in Owner’s Equity Prepare post-closing entries for revenue and expense accounts Prepare a statement of changes in owner’s equity Applying year-end steps monthly or quarterly For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Advanced Data Analysis

    Data analysis is one of the most sought after skills in the workplace. Companies have vast amounts of data and need people with the ability to analyze it. Get an understanding of how to analyze data in a business setting. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Certificate in Data Analysis. Class Details Unit 1: Developing a Survey Purposes of surveys Fundamentals of Survey Research Ethical Considerations Likert Scales Unit 2: Comparing Means Chi-Square Statistical Significance Communicating Results Graphically and Textually Practical Problems involving Means Comparisons Unit 3: Finding Differences between Groups ANOVA Post Hoc Comparisons Communicating Results Graphically and Textually Practical Problems Involving ANOVA Unit 4: Individual Research Inquiries Developing Research Questions Setting Up Study Communicating Results Graphically and Textually For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Managing Generations in the Workplace

    Discover what motivates each generation at work, what incentives they respond to, and what messages they value. Explore the current motivations of Boomers, Gen Xers and Gen Yers and what messages they value. Then identify practical, how-to tips and techniques for managing Boomers, Gen Xers, and Gen Yers in the workplace. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Management Certificate. Class Details Unit 1: What makes these generations different The transition from the Industrial Age to the Internet Age How society shapes us Who are the Boomers? Who are Xers? Who is Gen Y? Unit 2: Evolving standards of hard work and success Knowledge work and the value of time Time as key to profitability The focus on outcomes The problem with meetings A new type of leadership Unit 3: What motivates generations at work Monetary and non-monetary rewards Key role of the “boss” A balanced life Lateral career moves Second careers Supporting social causes Retirement reservations Unit 4: Work styles and technology Customizing work styles and processes Peak work time and place A new role for technology and work Working collaboratively Modern recruitment For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Program Evaluation for Nonprofit Professionals

    Enhance your understanding of program evaluation within the nonprofit context. Find out how to improve your evaluation planning, data collection, data analysis and data use. Special attention will be paid to the real-world challenges that organizations may face when conducting evaluation, including staff time, costs and reporting evaluation results to funders. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 2 course Certificate in Nonprofit Administration. Class Details Unit 1: Introduction to Nonprofit Evaluation & the Logic Model What evaluation is and is not Why evaluation is important to nonprofit organizations and why your funders are asking you for it Planning for evaluation begins when you apply for the grant Types of evaluation, and the approaches best suited to nonprofit programs Planning tools for evaluation – introduction to the logic model Crafting accurate, concise outcome statements Unit 2: Creating an Evaluation Plan What an evaluation plan is and why you need one Using outcomes from our logic model to create your evaluation plan Setting priorities for your evaluation (navigating barriers based on budget, funder requirements, staff time and staff capacity) Creating indicators for your outcomes Defining benchmarks and targets where appropriate Unit 3: Collecting the Data Taking stock of the data you already use Making data collection systematic Choosing and/or creating data collection tools – output information, surveys, interviews, focus groups Unit 4: Analysis, Reporting and Use – Putting it All Together Appropriate analysis of the common data collection tools covered in Unit 3 Common analysis mistakes and how to avoid them Reporting to various stakeholders (funders, donors, Board of Directors and the community) Using data for program improvement For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • CSS Fundamentals

    Learn how to style web pages using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) coding language. Topics include using inline, internal, and external CSS, web typography, formatting text, working with web colors, using Google fonts, working with id and class selectors, working with elements, creating page layouts using elements, and CSS box model. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Coding Certificate. Class Details Unit 1: Getting to Know CSS - about CSS, CSS syntax, CSS types, working with internal CSS, styling text, styling links, styling lists, and styling tables Unit 2: Using External CSS - working with external CSS sheets, styling a multi-page website, Google fonts, and Web colors Unit 3: div Elements - id Selectors, introduction to elements, floating elements, Clearing Unwanted Floated Elements, web page layout using elements Unit 4: More about div Elements - centering a web page, CSS box model, resetting margins and paddings, class selectors, inline CSS, tag For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Introduction to SQL

    Learn how to write SQL code to create and populate database tables and how to write simple SQL queries that are capable of retrieving vast amounts of information from a database. In this course, you will discover the power of the relational database, how to create and manage database tables, and how to use SQL SELECT statements to precisely pinpoint and retrieve data from a database. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course SQL Certificate. Class Details: Unit 1: The Relational Database and Structured Query Language The relational database structure Structured Query Language Table creation and data insertion Defining datatypes and constraints Creating Indexes Unit 2: Table Management Table management Adding columns to a table Deleting columns from a table Deleting a table Unit 3: Selecting and Retrieving Data Creating a SELECT statement to retrieve data Using DISTINCT to display unique values in a column Using the AS keyword to create an alternate name for a column Merging columns Unit 4: Filtering Data Creating a WHERE clause Using comparison, character, and logical operators to match conditions Using the IN operator to match a condition Using the BETWEEN operator to match a condition For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Certificate in Mastering Excel

    Microsoft Excel is the most used spreadsheet tool in the world. Discover a variety of Excel’s most powerful features to analyze data quickly and easily. This Certificate will help you discover how to attractively visualize your data into meaningful information with confidence. This is a series of 3 courses: Fall 22 Dates Mastering Microsoft Excel 9/6-9/30/2022 Intermediate Excel 10/3-10/28/2022 Advanced Excel 11/7-12/2/2022 For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Online Advertising

    Get the keys to making online advertising work for you and your organization. Learn about various online advertising options. Discover how you can target local audiences. Explore how you can determine the demographics and even numbers of people you want to reach. No experience necessary. Advanced participant? Your instructor is an online ad expert and can answer your toughest questions. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Certificate in Digital Marketing. Class Details Unit 1 The evolution of online advertising From mass marketing to targeted marketing The role of search in online advertising Return on investment for online advertising Competing effectively with online advertising Unit 2 Creating Google AdWord Campaigns Determining keywords Selecting your AdWord territory Understanding pricing strategies Creating an AdWord budget and evaluation Unit 3 Improving Online Advertising Results How SEO and online advertising complement each other Testing keywords and related keywords Using Traffic Estimator to improve keyword selection Successful strategies in using online advertising Unit 4 Facebook Ads Understanding Facebook uses and users Using demographics to target Facebook Ads Setting up Facebook Ads Trends and future of online advertising For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.
  • Advanced Web Design

    Learn responsive Web design which enables Web designers and developers to build and maintain a single website to serve all kinds of devices sizes: smartphones, tablets, laptops and more. This course can be taken alone or as part of the 3 course Certificate in Web Design. Class Details Unit 1: Responsive Web Design Planning your layout Creating HTML containers, content, and links Unit 2: Responsive Web Design - Styling Creating and styling the layout with CSS Creating a menu system Styling headings, body text, and footers Unit 3: Responsive Web Design – Styling the Navigation & Making Adjustments Making layout adjustments for different screen sizes Swapping high-resolution graphics for Retina displays Making sure content is printable Where to go for more information Unit 4: Responsive Web Design / Additional Frameworks What is Bootstrap Creating a basic template Reviewing basic styles and typography Where to go for more information For more information, visit our question and answer page - Click Here.