Creating Web Pages Unit


How do you get permission?

It's important to get permission before you use any information from another web site. For example, if you're doing a website on skateboards and copy and paste Tony Hawk's autobiography from a website, you have to contact the autor of that website and as to use that information.

The big question is, "What do say to author of the website?" or to put it another way, "How do I ask permission?"

One very easy way to contact someone to ask permision is this website:

http://www.landmark-project.com/permission1.php

 

CITING SOURCES
Once you have asked for permission and received it, how will it look on your website? You can create a bibliography page and link it to your site or you can put your citation (give credit) at the bottom of the page itself.

Check out the correct bibliography format below:

WORLD WIDE WEB SITES:

Author's name (last name first). "Title of Web site." internet address (date).
EXAMPLE:
Burka, Lauren. "A History of Hypertext." http://www.ccs.neu.edu/
home.html ( 5 Dec. 1994).

BOOK BY A SINGLE AUTHOR:

Author's name (last name first) . Title of Book. Place of Publication: Publisher, Copyright Date.

EXAMPLE:
Sperry, Armstrong. All about the Arctic and the Antarctic . New York: Random House, 1995.

BOOK BY TWO OR MORE AUTHORS:
First author (last name first) and second author ( FIRST NAME
FIRST). Title of Book . Place of Publication: Publisher, Copyright Date.

EXAMPLE:
Murphy, Barbara and Norman Baker. Dropping in on Scandinavia . New York: Lippincott, 1996.

MAGAZINE:
Author. "Title of Article." Name of Magazine Date: page numbers.

EXAMPLE:
Hook, Janet. " Education in the U.S.A.." Time Magazine 5 April 1995: 5+.

NEWSPAPER:
Author's name. "Title of Article." Name of Newspaper Date: section and page number.

EXAMPLE:
Collins, Glenn. "Best Travel Buys to France." New York Times
21 Nov. 1995: 3A.

PAMPHLET:
Title of Pamphlet . Place of Publication: Publisher, Copyright Date.

EXAMPLE:
Visiting Great Britain . London: Great Britain Tourist Bureau, 1997.

ENCYCLOPEDIA:
Author's name (if available) . "Article Title." Encyclopedia Name . edition.

EXAMPLE:
Smith, Martha. "France." World Book Encyclopedia . 1996 ed.

A PERSONAL INTERVIEW:
Name of person being interviewed (last name first) . Type of Medium. Date of interview.

EXAMPLE:
Nucci, Richard. Personal interview. 14 April 1996.

A TELEVISION PROGRAM;"Name of Episode." Title of Program. Network. Local station, and City. Broadcast date.

EXAMPLE:
"Death on the Nile." Masterpiece Theatre. PBS. WMHT, Albany. 12 March 1994.

VIDEO OR A/V:
Title. Type of Medium. Director's name. Distributor, Date. Length of the video.
EXAMPLE:
Linnea in Monet's Garden. Dir. Lena Anderson. Icarus Films, 1993. 30min.

CD-ROM DATABASES - ENCYCLOPEDIA:
"Title of Article." Name of resource. Date. Type of Medium. Publisher, Date.

EXAMPLE:
"France" Information Finder. 1994 ed. CD-ROM. World Book, 1994.

ONLINE DATABASES-MAGAZINE ARTICLES
Author's name (last name first). "Title of Article.' Article's original source and publication date: page numbers. Publication Medium. Product name. Date researcher visited the site. Electronic Address, or URL, of the source>.
EXAMPLE:
Lanken, Jane. " Let's visit France." National Geographic, May 1999:72- 78. Online. EBESCOhost. Ebsco Publishing.12 Feb. 2000. <http://www.epnet.com/ehost/login.html.> 

ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIAS
"Title of Article." Name of Encyclopedia. Publication Medium. Date you visited the site.

EXAMPLE:
"France." World Book of Knowledge. Online. 15 Feb. 2000.

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Designing web pages with Contribute

Step One -  Getting Started

Step Two -   The Basics

Step Three -Thinking about design

Step Four - Evaluate your page/ rubric

Before you begin:

  1. Things to consider before your begin
  2. Phase I-Student website
  3. Phase II- 5 more pages-Tech 2
  4. Website design rubric

Creating the basics :

  1. Getting started
  2. Text
  3. Links
  4. Pictures
  5. Creating graphs
  6. Things to remember
Design tips:
  1. Uniformity
  2. Getting permission
  3. Basics and design quiz
On your own:
  1. Your own Web Page
  2. Website design rubric
Designing Web Pages Handouts - Use only if you don't have a printed copy from Mr. Hurt

Handouts:

 

 

 

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