Constructing Pages for the World Wide Web
March 20, 1998
Oklahoma Education Association Zone Meeting
Web Design Do's and Don'ts
Functions of Webpages
Points internal users to outside information resources - http://pc65.frontier.osrhe.edu/elem/murrayj/links.htm.
You can direct your students toward information that you have examined.
Points external visitors and internal users to valuable internal resources.
This is the content of your website. For student generated material, can include
galleries - publications - centers
Be cautious about protecting student privacy and getting permission before using student work on the Internet.
Acceptible Use Policies - http://www.eduplace.com/links/aup.html
Introduces external visitors to the school or classrooms.
This information should receive as much care as a printed brochure or video.
KINDERGARTEN - http://pc65.frontier.osrhe.edu/elem/murrayj/murray.htm
Writings of Mrs. Brown's Fifth Grade Class - http://marin.k12.ca.us/%7Eedmaweb/STUDENT/room16.html.
Emu Project - Fourth
Grade - http://www.ryal.k12.ok.us/Emu/emu.html.
Some resources for you:
Class Webpage - Emus - #1 - #2 - #3
Thanksgiving Bulletin Board Page
Step by Step Web Pages
Web addresses for future use
Tools for Web Designers
NSU's Guide to Basic HTML
Putting your files on the web server