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The Web Portfolio Guide: Creating Electronic Portfolios for the Web / Edition 1
     

The Web Portfolio Guide: Creating Electronic Portfolios for the Web / Edition 1

by Miles Kimball
 

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ISBN-10: 0321093453

ISBN-13: 9780321093455

Pub. Date: 08/06/2002

Publisher: Pearson

This text gives sound practical advice to student writers on constructing portfolios on the Web, including planning and drafting; using templates, integrating graphics and multimedia; and revising, editing, and publishing the finished product.

Based on current scholarship in the discipline,The Web Portfolio Handbook <

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This text gives sound practical advice to student writers on constructing portfolios on the Web, including planning and drafting; using templates, integrating graphics and multimedia; and revising, editing, and publishing the finished product.

Based on current scholarship in the discipline,The Web Portfolio Handbook suggests that the Web is an ideal medium for portfolio writing, arguing that the very concept of a portfolio, whether paper or electronic, is hypertextual. By creating web portfolios, which include not only implicit links but active hyperlinks between artifacts and reflections, authors synthesize the products of their learning–both for themselves and for their audiences. To this end, the text gives sound practical advice to student writers on constructing portfolios on the Web.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780321093455
Publisher:
Pearson
Publication date:
08/06/2002
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
4.90(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

Fans of Peter Lovesey's hilarious books transforming the future Edward VII into an unlikely sleuth will relish Bowen's whimsical fifth Royal Spyness mystery starring Lady Georgiana Rannoch, 34th in line to the British throne (after 2010's Royal Blood). In 1933, the destitute Rannoch, who's been helping out at a London soup kitchen, welcomes the chance to escape to the French Riviera after the queen offers to finance her trip there to recover a snuff box stolen by an odious bounder, the aptly named Sir Toby Groper. On a French train, the self-effacing Rannoch meets legendary designer Coco Chanel, who, to her astonishment, asks her to model a new line of clothing. In between this opportunity and her looking into suspicious doings by her love interest, Darcy O'Mara, Rannoch finds herself smack in the middle of a murder inquiry. Bowen successfully melds a whodunit with comedy as few contemporary writers can. (Sept.)

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