Create an account (obtain space) on a web server.
There are numerous website creation platforms available
that will allow you to create your own personal website.
You may use any platform you want, as long as the
website is available from my office.
For those of you who are new to website design or who want
step by step instructions, I would highly recommend
creating an account on
Make sure to select the subdomain that is FREE
(see Screen capture 1
Screen capture 2).
Only domain names that end with "weebly.com" are free. For example:
- yourName.weebly.com - FREE
- yourName.com - NOT FREE
Not only is this website free and easy to use, but I have also
instructional training video that walks you through
uploading your work to this website.
On the assignments, the term "YOUR-CLASS-WEBSITE" will
refer to the location of where you plan on storing your work.
If using Weebly, this location would be something like:
To make a Weebly.com website available for grading, you
would need to press the "Publish" button found
in the upper right corner of the editor.
Similarly, through out the course,
you would need to press this button to make your
latest changes/uploads available for me to grade.
- After you have obtained space on a web server,
course syllabus and then download the file
Complete the form and mail it to:
Make sure to read Section #15 of the syllabus. In particular:
Academic Dishonesty includes (among other things)
copying another individual's work (or allowing someone
to copy your work), or plagiarizing someone else's work as your own.
This includes copying someone else's work from a different
class or a different semester. While it is acceptable to give
or receive help -
Any and all
materials turned in for credit must be the result of
your own individual effort.