For a better visibility of the Cuban sites in the Internet
Until June 23, it is being held at the University of Informatics Sciences(UCI) an HTML 5 and web positioning course addressed to webmasters of radio stations, television and the written press of our country
In order to know the opinions of these students on the topics that are being taught our editorial board talked to some of them
Engineer Yordan Hernández. UCI graduate. Radio Station Guamá. Pinar del Río.
"This course has provided the knowledge that we all need to have in order to enhance the internet positioning of our sites.
"We have learned many things, among them, information about canonical and friendly URL, key words, among other things which are very important for the development of a better work.
"What we learned will help us to be able to further socialize these contents with our colleagues in the province, so that Cuba will achieve a greater recognition of the contents published in the network of networks".
Engineer Andrés González. UCI graduate. Radio Station Sagua. Villa Clara.
"The application of the course contents will provide a better performance of my work at the station where I work because we are learning new techniques that are already proven, especially by national websites that already have a certain experience about this subject.
"I believe that the minute we put these techniques into practice, we will achieve a better web positioning in order to spread the truth of what is happening in our municipalities, which is what the radio pages do in this case, like the one I manage".
MSc., Sabdiel Batista. Webmaster of the Telecentro Perlavisión, Cienfuegos, and Coordinator of the group.
"The purpose behind everything we are learning in the course is that all those in charge of publishing the content of the different localities in the websites of our institutions will do it in a more innovative way, to better promote both the contents and image of Cuba.
"We are trying to make all these improvements happen in real time, making the arrangements that can be made on our sites from here, if possible, or otherwise noting each of the best practices through a diagnostic guide to achieve publications of greater impact.
"We hope that what has been learned will help improve the visibility of Cuban websites, for it is an interest of the Cuban Journalists Association (UPEC), of UCI-- the center providing all the technical support, of the Communist Party and of the government at national level".
To replicate what has been learned in every corner of our country is now the task of these press professionals who are now facing a great challenge.