Working with Apollo Basic & Writing for the web
This course is intended for employees who (occasionally) have to make changes to existing pages. The course is offered online and participants can follow it at a time appropriate to them and at their own pace.
- From December 12 the Apollo Basic editor replaces the Prospero inline editor. The Apollo Basic course will be available from December 15.
- If you have recently completed the Prospero course, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with the request to follow the Apollo Basic editor course for free. In that case please send the email with your received certificate of the Prospero course.
If you want to know more about the new editor, check out the project page Replacing website editors.
In the context of the restructuring of the UG website, a stricter distinction will be made in the activities and access rights of the editors. Successful completion of the course is a condition for obtaining editing rights as a reviewer on the website. After completing the course you will be signed up for the newsletter web editors and your W3 webmaster will be notified.
UG Staff: € 75
Please send an e-mail to email@example.com if you want to follow the course in English (a course starts every 2 weeks)
At the starting date of the course you will receive an e-mail with an explanation and a link to the practice area. You have 2 months to complete the course and hand in the final assignment.
In this online course you will learn how to use the Apollo Basis editor to make changes to existing pages. In addition, you follow the section Writing for the web in which you learn how to write attractive texts for web visitors.
The Writing for the web section is also available for free. The free variant has no final assignment that is assessed. It does include a quiz to test your knowledge. This course is purely intended for self-study and is not sufficient for gaining rights and/or to start the editor/publisher course. You can join the class by going to google classroom and clicking top right on the + button. Select Join class and enter the following code: tnu2bvd
Working with the Prospero inline editor:
- Open Apollo Basic
- Use the editor (simple formatting)
- Clear formatting
- Create lists
- Insert horizontal line
- Use styles
- Upload files
- Add hyperlink
- Remove hyperlink
- Insert table
Writing for the web:
- Editorial principles for website
- Structure of texts
- Writing style
- Meaningful link texts
- Searchmachine optimalisation. Increasing the score of a web page in the results of search engines
The course assumes that you are familiar with an Internet browser (Internet Explorer or Mozzilla). HTML knowledge or experience creating websites is not required for this course.
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