Green Allegheny Project
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This group independent study is organized for the purpose of putting material online relating to the History and Heritage of Allegheny College. The largest project will involve Green Allegheny, the landscaping and environmental history of the College. Other pages will document previous initiatives of the History and Heritage Committee: Brooks and Cochran Hall.
More information will appear on this page as the class progresses.
- Castro, Elizabeth. HTML 4 For the World Wide Web. Visual QuickStart Guide. 4th edition. Berkeley, CA: Peachpit Press, 2000.
- The author's website is http://www.cookwood.com/, and contains the examples from the book, reviews, and a very few extras.
- See the publisher's website at http://www.peachpit.com/, where they maintain a Companion Website for this text.
- Williams, Robin and John Tollett. The Non-Designer's Web Book. Berkeley, CA: Peachpit Press, 2000.
- There is information about the book at the publisher's site.
- Assignment One, Posted January 29, 2001.
- To bring you up to speed on surfing. Focus on browser features, searching, citing and downloadiing.
- Assignment Two, Posted January 29, 2001.
- Identifying Good Sites and Bad Sites to give us ideas about design. To be discussed in class on February 5, Murray 117.
- Assignment Three, Posted February 5, 2001.
- Writing Basic Webpages
- Assignment Four, Posted February 28, 2001
- We begin working in the Art Computer Lab on creating web graphics.
- On March 5, we're in Murray 117 learning Table Basics.
- Assignment 5, Posted March 6, 2001.
- Planning the Website.
Student Work / Work in Progress
- The History & Heritage Committee page on the Allegheny site.
- Virtual Tours Online
- Some models for our site.
For more information, E-Mail Professor Amelia Carr
Return to Amelia Carr's Home Page
This page is part of a course still in progress, given Spring Semester 2001.
Last updated March 28, 2001.