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Searching: Internet References 
Altavista   http://www.altavista.com 
Dogpile  http://www.dogpile.com 
Excite  http://www.excite.com 
Hotbot  http://www.hotbot.com 
Infoseek  http://www.infoseek.com 
Lycos   http://www.lycos.com 
MetaCrawler  http://www.go2net.com 
Yahoo   http://www.yahoo.com 
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Evaluating: Internet References 
1. Cynthia Kurkowski, Computer journalist @ large, (http://www.incontext.com/ 
spidweb/news3/media1.htm) January 1, 1998. 
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2. Marcos Sanchez, Macromedia Shockwave Product Manager, (http://www.incontext.com/ 
spidweb/news3/media1.htm) January 1, 1998. 
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Authoring: Constructing a Web Page 
1. World Wide Web Consortium HTML Homepage, (http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/) February 1, 1999. 
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2. For more on using tables as layout controls, see Roger C. Parker, Roger C. Parker's Guide to Web Content and Design, (New York: MIS Press, 1997) PAGES. 
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Authoring: Designing Web Content 
1. David Libby and Daniel Pfeifer, "Context and Hypertext: The American Revolution Meets the Computer Revolution," (Manuscript in author's possession), January 1999. 
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2. Ibid. 
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3. David Libby et al, "A Portrait of a People," (http://www.wfu.edu/Academic-departments/  
History/newnation) Frebruary 1, 1999. (Class Project, Spring 1998, Wake Forest University). 
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Authoring: Designing a Web Page 
1. Parker, Web Content and Design, 44. 

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Authoring: Site Design 
1. Parker, Web Content and Design, 121-127. 
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2. Libby et al, "A Portrait of a People."
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For the Instructor 
1. Robert M. Gagne, Leslie J. Briggs, Walter W. Wager, Principles of Instructional Design, 4th ed. (Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich College Publishers, 1992) 117. 
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2. Benjamin S. Bloom, Editor, Max D. Engelhart, Edward J. Furst, Walker H. Hill, David R. Krathwohl, Taxonomy of Educational Objectives: The Classification of Educational Goals (New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1956) 201-207. 
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For more on web page and site design on the web, see the Yale Style Guide.
 
 
 
For more on web page and site design in print, see Roger C. Parker's Guide to Web Content and Design.
 
 
 
For more on writing history with hypertext, e-mail: pfeifedj@wfu.edu.
 
 
 
Note on examples 
Not all of the pages from the "Portrait of a People" site followed the guidelines proposed here. (In some cases centered pargraph text was used as well as  other "no-no's,") Use the pages to compare and contrast design specifications.