Drupal resources, tutorials, and documentation available online (both free and paid).
Resources Free to the Georgia Tech Community
- See the Drupal User's Groups monthly meetings page for links to presentations made by some of our local Georgia Tech community members or our MS Stream Channel
- LinkedIn Learning - Lynda's self-paced, introductory videos guide through most of Drupal's general functionality. A good starting point is their Drupal 8 Essential Training course (use the Search option to find it after logging into the main site.)
- Drupal Camps (local, smaller conferences). Highlights include:
- Welcome to Drupal! (MidCamp 2015 Session Video)
- R.E.A.D: Four steps for selecting the right modules (MidCamp 2015 Session Video)
- Drupal Association (usually from the big conference, DrupalCon). Highlights include:
- Views for Beginners (in Drupal 8) (DrupalCon 2015 Session Video)
- How NOT to build and maintain a Drupal site (DrupalCon Amsterdam 2014 Session Video)
- Inclusive Design: an Introduction to Accessibility Whys and Hows (DrupalCon Barcelona 2015 Session Video)
- OSTraining "The Drupal 8 Beginner Class": very similar to Drupal 7 for this kind of introduction
- Free Video and Slideshow List curated at Drupal.org - Mostly (if not all) Drupal 7 related
- O'Reilly Books - Highlights include:
- Drupal 10 Module Development
- Drupal 10 Development Cookbook
Resources Available for Purchase
- Drupalize.Me - Built by Lullabot, focused on being more detail-oriented.
- BuildAModule - Chris Shattuck's tutorials that focus on training, not developing.
- Acquia - a prominent Drupal support agency - offers training sessions for module development, layout and theming, panels, and site building. (A 2-day module development course may cost $900, a 5-day site building and layout essentials course may be closer to $2,000).
- OSTraining - a training company with an excellent reputation and offers on-site Drupal training sessions. They have a local office, could bring their experts to campus, and actively participate in the local development community.