If you’re fluent in a variety of computer languages—or more importantly, if you’d like to be—then the iSchool’s Web Programming and Information Architecture career pathway may be a good choice for you. Or you may just want to sample a few classes from this pathway to round out your resume.
In LIBR 240 Information Technology Tools and Applications instructor Raymond Dean has students learn how to create a website using a variety of technologies, including HTML and CSS. “We learn by actually coding and creating a website,” says Dean. “By the first week, students are already creating HTML code and even typing commands into a terminal.”