About This Article

This article is part of a series of web pages on Developing Web Pages for Teaching. They were originally developed by Scott Van Bramer for a faculty development workshop at Widener University. They have been modified reorganized and expanded for the CCCE Newsletter.


The first article in this series, Developing Web Pages for Teaching, Part I - Introduction, discussed the basics of what a web page can do and what might be useful. The second article, Developing Web Pages for Teaching, Part II - Creating Web Pages, talks about the details of how you actually create a web page and put it out there for the world to see. This article introduces the basics of tables, frames, images, javascript, and embedded items. The details will be different for your computer system, but there should be enough information here that you can at least talk to the technical experts at your school to get up and running. Good luck.

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Scott Van Bramer
Department of Chemistry
Widener University
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