FIRST CLASS WEBSITE

PSCD LAB MONDAY DECEMBER 4, 2006

St. James Assiniboia School Division Web Page Guidelines

The HCK Web Publishing Manual can be found on your First Class Conferences. Select HCK Web Publishing and then Full Docs. icon at left of banner.

Web Pages that suck Examples of poor design


Purpose of WebsiteWeb DesignGraphics
Sample SitesSite OrganizationNext Session

PURPOSE OF YOUR WEBSITE

SOME CONSIDERATIONS

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LIST OF LINKS

9 English

STUDENTS

Mrs. L. Collins For Grade 7 English students. Essay Template, Assignments Background image credit

Ms Fisher 8th Grade Language Arts Graphics (no credit given), Homework, Teacher, Documents

Ms. Bishop's English Classroom As above, graphics, posting of student work

Ferg Files

Layton's English Page

Miss Butler's Language Arts Website

Ms Campbell's Grade nine English Graphics limited credit

STUDENTS / PARENTS

Mrs. Hinton's Class Website (Grade 7 Language Arts) Calendar, Homework, Upcoming Projects

Ms. Jenniger Wielinga Home

Mrs. Schripsema

Ms Smith's English Page

Mrs. Welsch

COLLEAGUES

Donna Nentwig

Ms. Jenniger Wielinga Home

ADVERTISING SPECIAL EVENT

SC Fernie

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WEB DESIGN

COLOUR

First Class Default Mrs. Szarkiewicz's Web Page - Grade 8 Language Arts and Social Studies; GATE

First Class Default with banner in school colour Mr.Brian Scmiechel

School Colour Mrs. Zubic ; Golden Gate Middle School Library

Colour in centre Mrs Ansoloos.

Background Wallpaper Mr. Thomson's Web Page

Other use of colour Mr. Speechly

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FEATURES OF FIRST CLASS WEB PUBLISHING

Classic across top Mr. Nickerson's Web Page

Classic across top and along side Tech Lab

Tab style across top and along side John Taylor Library

Roll Over accoss top and along side Sample

Buttons Mr. Thomson's Web Page

Buttons and Tabs Mr. Coates Web o'fun

Features Column Mr. Shoesmith one feature Bruce Middle School Library 6 features

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OTHER FEATURES

Include Power Point Presentation Mrs Ansoloos.


SITE ORGANZATION

* These can be on all pages. They can be edited, but is a lot of work depending on the number of pages they appear on. It is a good idea to give through thought to how you want these to look before going beyond your Home Page

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GRAPHICS

Unless the photographs or images are yours, remember to credit the source. Consider the size of images. You do not want your page to be slow in downloading.

Plagiarism an example of crediting the source

WHERE TO FIND GRAPHICS

Check out the terms of use before using graphics. If you can use them free of charge, this will let you know under what conditions and usually how the originator of the graphic would like it credited.

About Web Clip Art

Clip Art Gallery From Discovery School

Clip Art Theme Page From the Community Learning Networ, British Columbia

Free Educational Clip Art Teacher File of clip art and graphics for teachers

Graphic by Pat

Icon Bazzar

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FONT AND SIZE

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HOMEWORK FOR NEXT SESSION FEBRUARY 5, 2007
  1. Go to First class conferences, Open HCK Publishing, Close the conference IMPORTANT STEP- This sets the settings to allow you to start your web page
  2. Prepare the storyboard for the organization of your site
  3. Decide on colour scheme
  4. Choose top and side navigation style
  5. Banner - if adding to your site bring graphic
  6. Decide on whether or not you want date at top
  7. If you want something scrolling across, determine wording
  8. Links*
  9. Graphics*

* Put links to sites you want to add to your site and to graphics in a word document and eamail it to yourself. This will give you access to this information to paste into your web site. If graphics are seperate file(s), also email those to yourself or add to Images folder

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