The students of the Soronko Rotary Girls Coding Project Cohort 4 are in the final week of their training program. For the first and second days of the week, the students were given lessons on how to go about their final presentations and also assist them in finishing their developed website.
During the first day of the week, the students were taken through the process of creating their three web pages, that is the Home, About Us and Contact Us for the project work. The trainer, Miss Oreo guided the students on how to use elements to edit a new webpage and how to make a page footer on one page appear on several pages. The training session was very interactive and practical. She also taught them how to insert videos into the website, make sliding picture backgrounds, and insert google maps on a web page. The ladies were later taken through the process of creating a logo using Canva.
Canva is a graphic design platform, used to create social media graphics, presentations, posters, documents, and other visual content. The session continued with the students brainstorming on templates, background colors, images, and logos to use for their websites. The class was engaging and the participants shared ideas to complete the tasks assigned. This fostered teamwork and highlighted the creative skills of the participants.
During the second day of training, the students broke out into groups to continue building their business websites. The students peer-assisted one another to fully complete their websites. They were enthusiastic about creating their websites and eager to explore their creative abilities. At the end of the class, the students were able to complete some sections of their websites after which they departed to their various homes and destinations.