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1) PRE2: How to ... Web 2.0 PRESENTER: Matthew Winkel, The College of New Jersey ABSTRACT: Does this scenario sound familiar? 1.) You a attended a conference or webinar and learn about Web 2.0 tools. 2.) You decide to try out one or more of these tools. 3.) You add this task to your to-do list for when you return to work. 4.) But weeks or months go by and you still have not found time to use these new tools. In this half-day workshop you will have the time (and guidance) to set up some of the most popular Web 2.0 tools available including: Facebook, LinkedIn, Del.icio.us, Google Reader, Wordpress, and Zoho Wiki. We will also discuss best practices for using these tools for higher education Web development. Bring your wifi-enabled laptop. 2) POST2: Advanced CSS Workshop PRESENTER: Daniel M. Frommelt, University of Wisconsin - Platteville ABSTRACT: A hands-on opportunity to play with some advanced CSS concepts. Bring your laptops and an open mind. We\'ll cover many of the current hot design techniques: multi-column layout, faux-column layout, advanced image replacement techniques, advanced list manipulation, rounded corner boxes, son-of-suckerfish dropdowns, cross-column pull-outs, CSS hacks, and customized CSS for alternate devices. There will also be a discussion of emulators for alternate devices and a discussion about helpful tools for Web developers. Example files will be made available for the session that can be manipulated during the workshop. For those bringing laptops, please have a text editor and the current version of Firefox installed, as well as other browsers your institution may support. If you can not bring a laptop, you will be able to observe and work with the other participants. Final example files will be available on CD at the end of the workshop. This workshop assumes a basic understanding of CSS and XHTML principles.