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New W3C Course Intro to SVG: Early Bird registration open!

From: Phil Archer <phila@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2010 12:23:19 +0100
Message-ID: <4C8A1527.8060905@w3.org>
To: Training Anncouncements <public-mobile-training@w3.org>
W3C is delighted to announce its latest online training course: 
Introduction to SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics). The 5 week online course 
will be lead by David Dailey of Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania, 
who is writing the W3C Primer on the topic.

During the course you will:

  - create SVG documents;
  - learn how to add border effects, linear and radial gradients;
  - add animation using SMIL;
  - use scripting to transform and manipulate images;
  - make your graphics interactive and responsive to user input.

Interest in SVG has grown dramatically in recent months following 
Microsoft's announcement that IE 9 will join all other major browsers in 
supporting the format. The only pre-requisite for the course is that you 
have some familiarity with HTML/XML and the ability to edit source code 

Participants will have access to lectures and assignments guided by W3C 
experts on this topic. You will also be able to discuss and share 
experiences with your peers who are faced with the same challenges of 
Web design.

Full details: the content, the timing, who it's for and more, is
available at http://kwz.me/aH. Registration is now open and the full 
price of the course is 125 but *Early bird* registration is available 
until Friday 1st October at just 95.

If you've looked through the course description and have further 
questions, do get in touch.

Hope you can join us!

Phil Archer
W3C Mobile Web Initiative

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