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Further Information      As was indicated within the beginning of this tutorial (see
Introduction), there is a large body of evidence to support the use of the Internet as a learning medium (Karadimos, 2004). This tutorial also defined various facets of web design that are crucial for creating effective web pages.

     To continue the next step of the process by implementing the ideas within this tutorial, the following steps are recommended:

  1. Obtain a Website
    1. Get a Site from a Free Provider (Rollinson, 2003), or
    2. Pay for a Site by buying a domain name (InterNic, 2005) and obtaining a virtual web provider (CNET, 2004).
  2. Build Your Site
    1. Use Word (UM, 2001), or
    2. Use HTML (CWRU, n.d.).

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CNET. (2004) Web Hosting Buying Guide. Accessed Online on February 27th, 2005 at: http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-6540_7-5138854-1.html

CWRU. (n.d.) Introduction to HTML. Accessed Online on February 21st, 2005 at: http://www.cwru.edu/help/introHTML/toc.html

InterNic. (2005) The Accredited Registrar Directory. Accessed Online on February 21st, 2005 at: http://www.internic.net/alpha.html

Karadimos, M. (2004) Assessing the Cognitive Basis of Instructional Media. Online Resource Accessed on Jan. 17th, 2005 at: http://mathguide.com/research/Assessing.htm

Rollinson, S. (2003) Free Web Page Hosting Services and Providers. Accessed Online on February 21st, 2005 at: http://www.drshirley.org/hosting/

UM. (2001) Creating Web Pages using Microsoft Word. Accessed Online on February 21st, 2005 at: http://www.mrs.umn.edu/cs/web/webword2000a.html

© 2005 Mark Karadimos | Updated March 20th, 2005