Pulling Back the Curtain on Online Learning:
How Does This Stuff Work?


Proud IDIoT (Instructional Developer for the Internet of Things), Owner, Omnes Solutions
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Online content can be simple, or incredibly complicated, or anything in between.  But no matter how complicated, or how many activities you may have, all web-based content is based on the same basic languages that tell your browser how to display and work with your courses: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

In this session, we will...
  • Open up some web-based courseware and see what the actual code looks like
  • Explore how making small changes to this code can result in significant changes to how (read: IF) your content works and displays in the browser
  • Discuss times when you may want to edit code directly
  • Reflect on why being reliant on rapid development environments can put you far behind the curve

At the end of the session, you’ll have a better idea of how your content actually works with the browser to display your awesome course, and why that can be very important!

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About Anthony Altieri

Anthony Altieri is content subject matter expert, proud IDIoT (Instructional Developer for the Internet of Things), and owner of Omnes Solutions, LLS. He has worked on implementation teams for two public-facing LMS for one of the most recognized non-profit organizations in all stages of the process. He currently manages over 100 hours of content viewed by students all over the globe.

Anthony has lectured to audiences ranging from kindergarten students to medical professionals to corporate IT departments on topics ranging from the spread of HIV to network security to protecting your personal information.

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