Analysis of the Websites.Website # 1The Real Story of the Ancient Olympic Games. Retrieved, August 10th, 2012, from PennMu...
Website #3Ancient Greece. Retrieved, August 10th, 2012 from University Press Inc.:http://www.ancientgreece.com/s/Olympics/...
1. Accuracy: this is the official website of the Olympic Movement of the BBC which is an   important multimedia.2. Currenc...
1. Accuracy: The content is reliable and factually correct because it was written by experts   ( this website is part of t...
1. Accuracy: the content is reliable and factually correct. This website provides teachers and   parents free kids activit...
1. Content: the content is realiable and factually correct. This site is a resource for students,   teachers, and anyone e...
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  1. 1. Analysis of the Websites.Website # 1The Real Story of the Ancient Olympic Games. Retrieved, August 10th, 2012, from PennMuseum: http://www.penn.museum/sites/olympics/olympicintro.shtml1. Accuracy: The content is reliable and factually correct because it was written by experts (this site is part of the Penn museum’s web site).2. Currency: this website is currently updated.3. Content: This website is attractive and easy to navigate. The colour combination, the logic of the links and visual structures are ok.4. Functionality: this site works well and it loads quickly for learners.Website # 2Acient Greece. Retrieved August 30th, 2012 from the British Museum Website:http://www.ancientgreece.co.uk/festivals/home_set.html1. Accuracy: The content is reliable and factually correct because it was written by experts (this site is part of the British Museum’s web site on ancient Greece).2. Currency: this website is currently updated.3. Content: These Staff Room pages have been developed to help teachers get the most out of the web site for themselves and for their class. It is predominantly aimed at schoolchildren aged 9 - 11 and their teachers. This website is attractive and easy to navigate. The colour combination, the logic of the links and visual structures are ok.4. Functionality: this site works well and it loads quickly for learners.
  2. 2. Website #3Ancient Greece. Retrieved, August 10th, 2012 from University Press Inc.:http://www.ancientgreece.com/s/Olympics/1. Accuracy: This website that belongs to University Press Inc. provides online source of information on the Ancient Greek World). The information is reliable and factually correct.2. Currency: this website is currently updated.3. Content: this website is interesting and it is a great source of information and it contains teaching resources. It is not very attractive however it is easy to navigate4. Functionality: the site works well.Website # 4Dr. Karen Carr (August 26, 2012). Ancient Greek Games. Retrieved, August 20th, 2012, fromKidipede, History and Science for Kids: http://historyforkids.org/learn/greeks/games/1. Accuracy: this page was written by Dr. Karen Carr, Assoc. Professor Emerita of History, Portland State University.2. Currency: this page was last updated on Wednesday, March 7th, 2012.3. Content: this website is interesting and it is a great source of information. It is attractive and easy to navigate. The logic of the links and visual structures are ok.4. Functionality: the site works well and it loads quickly for learners.Website # 5Ancient Olympic Games. Retrieved, August 13th ,2012, Olympic.org, Official Website of theOlympic Movement: http://www.olympic.org/ancient-olympic-games?tab=History
  3. 3. 1. Accuracy: this is the official website of the Olympic Movement of the BBC which is an important multimedia.2. Currency: this website is currently updated.3. Content: this website is interesting and it is a great source of information and it contains teaching resources. It is attractive and easy to navigate. The colour combination, the logic of the links and visual structures are ok. It contains multimedia, video, audio files.4. Functionality: the site works well and it loads quickly for learners however I’ve found one broken link.Website # 6Ancient Greeks: The Olympic Games. Retrieved, August 10th, 2012, from BBC School PrimaryHistory: http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/ancient_greeks/the_olympic_games1. Accuracy: this website it is part of the BBC which is an important multimedia.2. Currency: this website is currently updated.3. Content: this website is interesting and it is a great source of information and it contains teaching resources. It is attractive and easy to navigate. The colour combination, the logic of the links and visual structures are ok.4. Functionality: the site works well and it loads quickly for learners however I’ve found one broken link.Website # 7 (Last modified 13 August, 2004) The Ancient Olympics, A special exhibit of the Pereus digitalLibrary Project. Retrieved August 10th, 2012 Perseus Digital Library:http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/Olympics/
  4. 4. 1. Accuracy: The content is reliable and factually correct because it was written by experts ( this website is part of the Perseus digital Library). There is cross-reference with other similar websites and encyclopedias.2. Currency: this part of the website ‘the Ancient Olympics’(which might be an interesting resource for my future project) was written by Members of the Perseus Project who created an exhibit on the ancient Olympics in 1996, as a tribute to the Centennial Olympic Games held in Atlanta, Georgia.3. Content: although this project is an interesting source of information both for students and teachers, the site might not be very stimulating or attractive for students because it was not made with the latest technology.4. Functionality: it works properly.Website # 8Mandy Barrow. Project Britain. Agust 25th, 2012, from London Topic co.uk.:http://www.londontopic.co.uk/olympics/teachingresources.html1. Accuracy: the content of this website is reliable and factually correct. This website belongs to Woodlands Junior School. According to the website popularity monitor, Hitwise UK, for the week ending February 3, 2007 it was the third most popular site for an education institution, behind the University of Aberdeen and the Open University, but ahead of learn direct. Woodlands Web was started as a hobby by Mandy Barrow, who knew little about computers and designing a website. Over the years her knowledge of web designing has grown alongside our ever growing website still run by Mandy in her spare time. They have received several awards.2. Currency: Mandy is always updating and adding something new to the website.3. Content: the site is interesting and stimulating. It is attractive and easy to navigate. The colour combination, the logic of the links and visual structures are ok.4. Functionality: the site works well and i’ve found just only one broken link.Website # 9Lindsay Small. Updated August 2012. Summer Olympics, London2012. Retrieved August 10th ,2012 from Activity Village: http://www.activityvillage.co.uk/summer_olympics.htm
  5. 5. 1. Accuracy: the content is reliable and factually correct. This website provides teachers and parents free kids activities from 2000.2. Currency: this website is currently updated. The last material included was uploaded in August 2012.3. Content: It is attractive and easy to navigate. The colour combination, the logic of the links and visual structures are ok. The site is interesting and stimulating. It is attractive and easy to navigate for kids.It contains pages of crafts, printables, educational activities, games, and multimedia such as videos. This website may be a useful resource for teachers (it has teachers resources) and parents.4. Functionality: the links work well and it loads quickly for learners..Website # 10English for the Game. August 13th, 2012 from the British Council:http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/english-for-the-games/sports1. Accuracy: the page content is reliable and factually correct. This website belongs to the British council. It contains cross reference with other similar websites.2. Currency: this website is daily or currently updated. The last material included was uploaded in August 2012.3. Content: the site is interesting and stimulating students from different levels and ages. It is attractive and easy to navigate. It contains learning and teaching English resources. It contains multimedia, audio files etc.4. Functionality: all the links work well.Website # 11http://www.socialstudiesforkids.com/articles/sports/summer_olympics_first1.htm
  6. 6. 1. Content: the content is realiable and factually correct. This site is a resource for students, teachers, and anyone else who wants to learn about Social Studies. This page is written by David White who is an education professional with a lifelong passion for social studies. He is also the former Guide to Social Studies for Kids at About.com.2. Currency: It is not very clear if the content is up-to-date.3. Content: the site is interesting as a teaching resource because it contains several links however from the learner’s point of view this website might not be very attractive for them. It does not contain visuals, audio or multimedia.4. Functionality: the site on the whole works well but some of the links to other internal or external content do not work properly. It does not load very quickly for learners.

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