Quick And Easy Web Design - Night 2

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  • 1. Quick and Easy Web Design April 21, 2009 Shaun Creighton
  • 2. Logging In
    • .username.site.chandler_usd
    • Examples:
      • .smithj.erie.chandler_usd
      • .johnsonp.bhs.chandler_usd
  • 3. Course Outline – Night 2
    • Web Design Issues
      • Integrating documents (Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
      • Finding and creating images
      • Copyright law
      • FERPA
      • Creating Links
      • Website Content
  • 4. Copyright Law
    • Fair use covers teachers in classrooms, not on the Internet!
    • You must get permission to use copyrighted images, videos, etc., on your web page.
    Picture courtesy of Flickr user PugnoM, permission granted via Creative Commons license
  • 5. Copyright Law
    • Easier solutions:
      • Find works that are “copyright free”
        • Public domain searches
        • Creative Commons
        • Wikipedia
      • Make your own graphics!
        • Paint.net
        • Gimp
  • 6. Student Information Online
    • Guidelines:
      • Parent permission is required when using students’ full names or photographs.
      • Legally, parent permission is not required when using first name only, or work that doesn’t fully identify the student … BUT it’s good customer service to obtain permission (reverse consent works well for this).
  • 7. Student Information Online
    • Guidelines:
      • Password protected websites greatly enhance safety, but it’s still good practice to get permission or inform parents.
      • Student records cannot be posted with or without consent. This includes grades, attendance, etc.