The process from
idea to development to USDA, FDA, and public approval
The class will develop a website covering the process of gaining approval
for a product. Early sessions will be used to develop the specific themes
and plan storyboards for the site.
that the site must contain/do)
It must be saved to
the bio server in the correct folder. The folder is named <Approve>
It must be saved with
the correct name. The project must have homepage that introduces the
project and provides the all important 'first impression' and navigation
buttons. This file must be called <approvehm.html> so that it will link
to the course website.
Near the top of the
group homepage there must be a statement that informs the reader that the
page was completed as part of a class assignment.
It must introduce the
purpose of your group project, the underlying themes that tie all
of your work together, and how the project links back to the seminar.
If outside sources
are used in creating the group site, the site must have internal
references and must contain a link to a page that lists those references.
It must contain the
copyright/ email-comment tag line. You may use my email as a contact point
or appoint one of yourselves.
It must contain a link
back to the seminar webpage and to the Davidson College homepage.
Words to live by:
This is a formal presentation.
It should look professional.
The site is providing
the connection between pages developed by different people. The style of
all pages must be consistent
Make sure it is legible
(as always I suggest dark text on light background).
resources/references, plan again, meet early and often.
Organize the server
space. Do not dump all files into the <Approve> folder create a logical
Be sure to carry your
own weight but don't try to carry everyone elses.
Save your work on discs
and on the server--ALWAYS have a backup!
Test your site and
Don't wait until the
last hour to put it all on the server. Servers ar notorious for crashing
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