Building a School Web Site: A Hands-on Project for Teachers and Kids by Wanda Wigglebits
This friendly and accessible guide leads teachers and students through the creation of a school Web site, providing a hands-on project and learning experience for both. Students learn to participate in the Web not only as surfers but also, more important, as authors and creators. The big picture is presented, including basic HTML, using a Web editor, standards, bandwidth, search engine placement, and animation. The details are fleshed out with simple, step-by-step directions, making this the ideal choice for beginners wishing to create a simple Web site and to gain a better understanding of the Web itself.
Author Biography: Wanda Wigglebits (aka Jeanne Follman) is a technical writer. She has contributed to the publication OnTheInternet and is the author of Getting the Web. She lives in Chicago.
Wanda Wigglebits is the pen name of Jeanne Follman, a Chicago-based technology writer and contributor to various publications, including OnTheInternet, the official publication of the Internet Society (www.isoc.org). Two chapters of her book Getting the Web first appeared in the electronic version of this publication. For Building A School Web Site, Jeanne worked with area teachers to develop a hands-on project aimed at making the joy of creating on the Web accessible to everyone.