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Thursday, September 22, 2016

Making the website you teach your students to make

I'm all about showing students how to do things.  Lately I realized that students want to know if I made it (searching for relevancy). When pressed I usually show them this one.
It's of my first resource websites I built in grad school. See, I'm old enough to pay homage to the old school blackboard, but yet try to keep resources people can use.  I started the makings of a intermediate algebra curriculum, but that has gone on hold for now.

What I really need to do is reclaim my old website look and feel from when I did tutoirng online.  Before I lost my domain to Melbourne IT (I was not going to pay their $500+ maintenance fees), I had the darn site backed up with all of its pages, with one problem.
I no longer had a hosting module or website editor that I could redo these pages to post them back on a server and rekindle the website. I lost some of the embedded pictures, but it looks something like this:

It may have become inactive, but I think I may use a free domain site to rebuild it.

One tech tool I recently discovered on Windows 10 is the Windows Step recorder.  It makes showing steps on the screen easy!  That way when I do finish the website, I can use recorder to snap every step of the page and the direction its going (navigation).

That's all I have for now, as I am in Homecoming week and must get other things done.

Til I chalk again,

Mr. Shel