Web Survey Bibliography
Title The Website Assignment as a Valuable Exercise - Beyond Establishing Presence to Creating Significance
Author Bunz, U.
Access date 21.04.2004
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Abstract As the Internet is becoming more and more of a common place technology in the western world, many communication programs have begun to offer technology related communication courses. Usually, these classes require the students to create a website. Unfortunately, many times little time is spent on preparing the students adequately for this assignment, resulting in low-quality websites. Good writing is more than putting words on paper, and a good website requires more than colored text, a few graphics and a few links. This paper explores the website assignment as a valuable exercise. First, theoretical background is reviewed, as both students and instructors should be familiar with some of these concepts before creating a website. Second, a seven-step model is explained that forces students to think about their website before actually creating it. Personal experience has proven that combining the background information and the seven steps leads to higher quality websites that students are not afraid to show potential employers.
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Year of publication2001
Bibliographic typeConferences, workshops, tutorials, presentations
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