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Building a
Collaborative
Web Project
Define
Design
Site design
Project site
Web development resources
Web design
Write for the Web
Balance content & presentation
Copyright issues
Summary
Further reading
Deliver
1. Naming conventions
2. Color and Graphics
3. Relative Links
4. Finding a Web Host
5. Keep it Simple

4. Places to Host your Web Project

Since Web pages are always developed off-line, you can complete your Web project without actually having a Web server available. Once you have a finished Web presentation, you'll find potential Web servers coming "out of the woodwork."

Start your search for a home for your completed Web pages by contacting:

  • your school district
  • county office of education or intermediate unit
  • a local business
  • a local college or university,
  • a local or state/provincial professional association or computer users' group.
  • a local Internet provider

Additionally, these sites offer free or inexpensive web space to schools:

KOZ SchoolLife
http://www.schoollife.net/ Remote Internet Connection Required
  
SchoolSite
http://www.schoolsite.com/ Remote Internet Connection Required
 
21st Century Business and Education Consortium
http://www.21bec.com Remote Internet Connection Required

Page 1: Naming conventions
Page 2: Color and Graphics
Page 3: Relative Links
Page 4: Finding a Web Host
Page 5: Keep it Simple

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