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 Art & Design Web and Multimedia Design


Publishing or Programming?  A Framework for the Development and Presentation of Work by Children on the World Wide Web
The metaphor of publishing for worldwide audiences lends itself to the development of a typology for evaluation of children's and schools' Web sites. The typology offers an analysis of the dominant modes currently being produced on schools' and children's Web sites, as illustrated by current examples. The author presented a set of principles for evaluation of Web page elements that are used to exhibit technology as an end in itself and those elements that use technology to facilitate communication.

Judy Keiner
University of Reading
J.C.Keiner@reading.ac.uk

Teaching Students the Techniques and Tricks to Create Successful Multimedia Projects (the Easy Way)

Interactive, multimedia learning environments encourage creativity, longer time on task, collaborative learning, and organizational skills. This presentation showed attendees how to create new learning environments with current software using the DASED (Define, Arrange, Storyboard, Example, Demonstration) approach. The presentation showcased the results of real students' and teachers' work using this method.

John Sturman
Pocket Protector Productions
sturmanjh@aol.com

Dee Fabry
Ingenius
fabry.dee@ingenius.com