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Web developers seminar

Aarron Walter, who teaches courses on interactive design at several U.S. colleges, will give a presentation on how Web standards can help make any project more findable for users and accessible to search engines. It takes place from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 25
in the classroom B in the School of Law.

Hosted by the Campus Web Developers, an on-campus organization focused on sharing tips, techniques and advances in Web development, the lunch-and-learn session is open free to members of the UGA community but pre-registration ( is required.

Since 1999, Walter has taught at Temple University, UGA and The Art Institute of Atlanta. His courses cover such topics as findability, nonlinear narrative, perceptual interfacing, history of communication media, user-centered interface design and dynamic Web applications. For more information, contact Jinny Potter, (706) 542-4149 or