AFTER COMPLETING THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
Create a file folder for your Web pages.
Use Dreamweaver, FrontPage or Nvu to create a new HTML file.
Enter your own content into the Web page.
Create new paragraphs on a Web page.
Make lists on a Web page.
Put pictures on a Web page.
Tile a background onto a Web page.
Create named anchor bookmarks on a Web page.
Create links to named anchor bookmarks.
View the Web page with your favorite Web browser.

INTERNET LITERACY RESOURCES: 

  Editors
 
You'll be using one of these editors to complete the projects outlined in Internet Literacy. If you haven't done so now, follow the links to install the editor you plan to use. Of course, you can install more than one and try them out to decide which you prefer.

FrontPage
Microsoft FrontPage

NVu



Résumés
 

Follow some of these links to see a variety of résumé formats. Collect the URLs of résumés that you might want to use as models for your own.


The Author's Online Résumé

HotJobs @ Yahoo.com



Progressive Case: Online Portfolios
 

Use these links to help research your answer to the progressive case for this chapter.


Master of Instruction Portfolio

Teaching Portfolio



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