#DigiTalks March 2020 Webinars

Build your e-Commerce Store with Shopify

In this workshop we will provide a step-by-step Shopify tutorial for beginners showing the essential tools needed to successfully build and maintain an e-Commerce store from scratch.

Presented by Prab Vashisht who recently graduated from our Digital Business Management BComm program. Prab has extensive experience developing and managing websites for small businesses.

Date & TimeSaturday March 7, 2020 @ 10:00 – 11:00 AM
Cost$5 * free access for Humber students
Registration Online through Eventbrite

Blogging: Best Practices

Join us on Saturday, March 14, 2020, at 10 am and learn how to write a successful blog. The speaker this week is Thomas Durham, a fourth-year student in the Digital Business Management BComm program at the Faculty of Business and a freelance digital marketer. Alongside learning how to write a successful blog, you will understand; 

  • How blogging correlates to marketing
  • The value of blogging
  • The best practices of blogging
  • How to do market research on your blog topic

After you watch this webinar you will be able to;

  • Increase a website’s traffic
  • Grow brand awareness for yourself or an employer
  • Impress potential employers
  • Write a blog that will be worth a read

If you see yourself marketing, writing, or building your own business, join us!

Date & TimeSaturday Mach 14, 2020 @ 10:00 – 11:00 AM
Cost$5 * free access for Humber students
Registration Online through Eventbrite

Brackets Demo

Brackets is a source code editor with a primary focus on web development. Created by Adobe Systems, it is free and open-source software licensed under the MIT License, and is currently maintained on GitHub by Adobe and other open-source developers. It is written in JavaScript, HTML and CSS. Wikipedia. The following will be covered during the Webinar:

  • how to download Brackets
  • how to understand the interface of Brackets
  • how to understand the structure of HTML
  • how to leave a comment to the HTML code
  • how to properly close tags
  • how to do blockquote tag
  • how to write address via HTML tag
  • how to do bi-directional override
  • how to understand and apply CSS
Date & TimeThursday March 26, 2020 @ 11:00 AM
Registration Online through Zoom

Web Scraping

Presented by Tim Vromans from Fontys University, Web Scraping is a method of data extraction that can be used to quickly analyze data from several websites. In the workshop, we will create a web scraper for amazon.com using a Google Chrome plug-in called Webscraper.io.

Participants need a laptop with Google Chrome, no prior programming knowledge is required.

Date & TimeSaturday March 28, 2020
Registration Online through Zoom

Humber students: email Hanadi.alnawab@humber.ca with your student number to get free access code to the paid webinars.

Ticket sales to support the Digital Business Student Association.