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KCGI and KCG certified as Kansai's first LPI-Japan HTML5 Academic School

Kyoto Information Graduate University (KCGI) and Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) received the first "LPI-Japan HTML5 Academic Accredited School" on November 1 at higher education institutions in Kansai.The certification was made by the non-profit corporation LPI Japan (Minato-ku, Tokyo, hereinafter LPI-), which is known for the implementation of “LPIC” and “HTML5 Professional Certification Exam”, which are OS software Linux certification exams. Japan).The “HTML5 Academic Accredited School System” is an IT professional accreditation organization, LPI-Japan, which aims to acquire an HTML5 professional accreditation by accrediting an academic institution that has cleared the learning environment standards that it has independently established. This system provides high-quality education for examinees.

KCGI and KCG have conducted high-level HTML5 technology and Web-related classes and intensive lectures so far, and these accreditations are highly regarded for their outstanding achievements in IT and Web professional education. Has been done.Also, the certification date November 1st was unexpectedly overlapped with the 13th anniversary of the founding of KCGI, so the certification was a great encouragement for KCGI and KCG who renewed their commitment to IT education development on this day.KCGI and KCG will continue to actively develop activities that contribute to the development of Web professionals and the expansion of the HTML5 business. From March 6 to March 10, 2017, the general public will An intensive lecture “Practical HTML5 Application Development” will also be held.

2016 4th Open Course

(Note) HTML5 is a language for describing Web pages. It is easy to play video and audio, and can be executed offline even when not connected to the Internet.Not only does it support responsive web design, which is the basis of web pages for smartphones, it is also drawing attention because it can create e-books and mobile applications.