WordPress.com Workshop LIMITED
Limited Capacity seats available
Kids want an online space of their own where they can make their voices heard and engage with the world. With WordPress, the sky’s the limit! Its streamlined and simplified user interface is so easy to learn, your child can set up a site and be blogging in no time (and privacy controls let you protect them, so their first forays online are safe ones).
Having this knowledge opens up an instant online home for them to enjoy and puts them ahead of the curve - it could even result in a career in web design or development.
During our Workshop, we’ll walk through basic WordPress.com setup and then break into smaller groups to customize your children’s new sites. Have your child come with a basic game plan. Here are some ideas to get them started!
- School projects
- Photos of LEGO creations
- Short stories or poems
- Book reviews or a book club
- Host a fundraiser or support a charity
- Career ideas
- Homework help
- Babysitting tips
No previous knowledge of blogging is necessary to take part in this workshop.
For all kids under the age of 13 taking part in this workshop, parents will be required to sign a form giving their permission for their kid to open a free WordPress.com account. PLEASE RSVP
to this workshop here - we must have your RSVP via this form to count you in to the workshop: http://www.digitalfamilysummit.com/rsvp2013/
Karen Arnold (pronounced Car-en) and her husband, 4 children, 4 cats, and approximately 10 chickens, live in sunny Albuquerque, New Mexico. She is a Happiness Engineer for Automattic, the folks that make WordPress.com. When she isn’t engineering happiness, that is, helping WordPress users with their sites, she helps her husband homeschool their energetic kiddos, tries to blog regularly, and brainstorms ways to meet every WordPress user in New Mexico.
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