Web design

The Study Place (2003)

This website review from CONNECT features The Study Place. This website allows instructors to create online lessons made up of multiple activities.

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2003-08-01

TexToys (2003)

This software review from CONNECT features TexToys by Creative Technology. TexToys is a collection of two authoring programs, WebRhubarba and WebSequitur, which help instructors create web-based exercises.

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2003-07-31

Webpage Software (2001)

This software review from CONNECT highlights a variety of webpage design software.

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2003-07-31

Netquiz 1.5 (2001)

This software is a fully bilingual authoring tool for the Internet and was created with financial support from the ministère de l'Éducation du Québec. It allows you to create five types of quizzes with up to 100 questions. The quizzes can contain pictures, videos and sound. Once you have created the quizzes on your computer, you can copy them to an Internet server for use over the Internet.

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2003-07-31

Hot Potatoes (2000)

This software review from CONNECT describes Hot Potatoes. Hot Potatoes is a freeware program which enables instructors to create Web-based exercises and tests. It was developed at the University of Victoria Language Centre.

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2003-07-24

A Real Beginner's Guide to Designing a Web Site (1999)

This Technical Tips article from CONNECT provides information about the basics of designing a home page.

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2003-07-23

New Software Simplifies Web Page Development (1998)

This Technical Tips article from CONNECT provides information about a simple way to create Web pages.

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2003-07-18

On-line Educational Delivery Applications (1998)

A Web Tool for Comparative Analysis

This website review from CONNECT features a website by the Centre for Curriculum, Transfer and Technology in British Columbia. This website is designed to help educators evaluate and select on-line educational delivery software.

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2003-07-11

The Plain Web (2002)

The Web is a vast library filled with writing that is often as far from plain language as it is possible to get. Chuck's talk focussed on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines that relate to plain language. Governments and commercial organizations around the world are adopting W3C standards as law or policy. Chuck hopes to get more plain language professionals involved in the work of the W3C.

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2002-01-01
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