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Using Resources
  Introduction
  Welcome
  Objectives
  Prepare the Way
  Web Team
  Publishing Policy
  Student Permission
  Find a Host
  Copyright Issues
  Gather Resources
  Design Your Site
  Brainstorm Content
  Web Design
  Assessment Rubric
  Explore Examples
  Re-evaluate
  Storyboard
  Name Files/Folders
  Develop Your Site
  Page Layout
  Navigation
  Add Graphics
  Credibility
  Bring Traffic
  Site Interaction
  Evaluate Your Site
  Deliver
  Announcing
  Who Is Visiting
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Designing Your School Web Site

Designing Your School Web Site

Brainstorm Content for Your Web Site
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Once you are prepared to publish information for a school or classroom web site, the next step is researching the content you want to include in your online resources. The first step is to brainstorm with your committee who will be viewing your site and deciding what content these visitors will be looking for.

Here is a form that you can fill out that will help you as you begin brainstorming what content to include on your website. To see tips for filling out this form, visit this link: Tips for Filling out Form.

You can download this page using any of the three options:
Adobe Acrobat Reader Word for PC

download PDF:
Why Build a WebSite?

You must have this installed before you can download and read this file.

download PC version Word 2000 document:
Why Build a WebSite?

download PC version Microsoft Works 4:
Why Build a WebSite?

 

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