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"How to Create a Web Page"   Site Map   Click to enlarge pictures

[Click to enlarge] The Anguilla Library Computer Club used the Christmas school break to host a 6-night course on web pages. The course was very successful and resulted in many web pages being created. Pictured here are two of the students, Ysanne Gumbs and Indah Wallace. Other students included Sherrilyn Hodge, Merissa Rey, Cara Webster, Johanne Webster, Lourance Stevens and Teresa Harrigan. The course was taught by Bob Green with Lab Assitance by Danny Laud, Tyler Close, Griffin Webster, Leroy Hill and others.

Here is a photo gallery of the class.

For you technical types, the club's computer lab was supplemented by a network of 4 Pentiums with scanner and printer, connected to the Internet via a single 33.6 modem and using the WinGate proxy server.

Here are some of the student web pages:

If you can't wait until the next time the Computer Club gives this class, you can give yourself the class. All of the materials and tools are available on the Internet at this interesting Anguilla web site.

The club meets Monday and Thursday, 3:30-5pm, at the back of the Arts and Craft Building. Directions: From the airport parking lot, take the only exit and turn left. Follow this road straight past Island Car Rental, and National Bank. Turn left at Albert Lakes/Barclays Bank. Pass the Library and the Dept of Education, then turn left and drive back to the blue Arts and Craft building. The computer lab is around back.

 Revised: March 17, 1999



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