Energy is a set of web pages about nuclear energy for K4-K10 students.
It contains information about nuclear fusion and nuclear fission and provides
links to deeper treatment of the topic.
This project involved
converting a desktop publishing document (produced as another project)
to a web-based medium. The content was researched and modified from
textbooks. Aspects of the product included authoring content, design
decisions, scanning and editing of images and layout using HTML.
Energy was done as one of the projects for the course R685: Applications
& Uses of Multimedia, offered during Summer 1996.
|My Role||I played
all the roles of the ID process for this set of pages.
|Focus On||Layout, graphics and design.|