Web Design in Organizations

Tuesday, August 19, 2003
Hi Cece,
Hope you are well,

Wednesday, June 11, 2003

Here is the link to the LEEP faculty group site

Here is the homepage of the LEEP faculty guide: posted by Rachel at 6/11/2003 10:14:00 AM

HFACS website for the aviation group. And this is a link to our HFACS Webmaster documentation.
- Alex, Janie, and Sue


Here is the link to the GSLIS Development Office presentation:


Sorry, I forgot to make that final project URL a link! Here it is again:

408LE Syllabus Redesign

Hi! Here is the URL for my final project, a syllabus redesign for Instructor Eloise Vondruska: http://leep.lis.uiuc.edu/publish/aduell/451/index.html

Tuesday, June 10, 2003
Here's some of Chip Bruce's articles that might be of interest given our discussion this morning about coping with changing standards & who is left out by changes in technology use & standards - The Disappearance of Technology: Towards An Ecological Model, Technology as Social Practice, & Literacy Technologies What Stance Should We Take

Here is the link to my discovery presentation:


Our blog is listed in the Open Directory under Library & Information Science Collaborative Weblogs.

Ta daaaa! Here it is! My discovery presentation is at: http://leep.lis.uiuc.edu/publish/rohlf/LIS450LWA/discoverypresentation.htm

Monday, June 09, 2003
Here is the link for my discovery project: Designing Web Pages for Children--Katie

Here is the link for my discovery assignment:
Java Applets and Javascript

Here is my discovery website on Web Accessibility for Children


Here is the URL to my Discovery Assignment on School
Library Websites

Sunday, June 08, 2003
Thought this older list of "top librarians on the web" was interesting and new nominations are being requested at posted by Cece at 6/08/2003 08:46:00 PM

Friday, June 06, 2003
The url for the Designing with Web Standards described below -
The author's web site for Designing With Web Standards.

New book that may be of interest: Designing With Web Standards by Jeffrey Zeldman. Two sample chapters are available on-line - XHTML by Example: A Hybrid Layout and CSS in Action: A Hybrid Layout - posted by Cece at 6/06/2003 10:10:00 AM

Thursday, June 05, 2003
I saw a couple of resources lately that people may want to look at:

Web Log Washing

Instructions, a Perl programming script, and sample log
files for "log washing," which is "the process of removing
information from your web access log that can be traced to a
specific individual, in order to protect the privacy of the
users of your web site." From librarians Roy Tennant and
Devon Smith.

Web Log Washing

The other resource is one that a friend of mine told me about. It sounds like a really interesting resource
for combining colors in creative ways. Even though it is a small part of our projects, it may be a good
reference for anyone interested in creating web pages in the future:

Designer's Guide to Global Color Combinations by Leslie Cabaya


Diane Kovacs (a GSLIS grad!) is coming out with a 2nd edition of her book that may be of interest given our discussions about Web Collection policies. It is Building Electronic Library Collections: The Essential Guide to Selection Criteria and Core Subject Collections. The web site which she is currently working on (& could use some help on if anyone is looking for an independent study or web project) is at http://www.kovacs.com/ns/essentialguide.html.

Wednesday, June 04, 2003
Interesting looking book - The Accidental Webmaster by Julie Still (ISBN# 1573871648).

Here is the link to my discovery assignment: http://leep.lis.uiuc.edu/publish/asapozni/Discoveryassignment.htm

Tuesday, June 03, 2003
The following books are now available in the LIS Library for LIS450LW (under reserve)

686.2252 W67n, Williams, Robin, Non-Designer's Design Book

005.72 M575e, Meyer, Eric A. Eric Meyer on CSS

Here is the link to the discovery assignment on Blogs:


Monday, June 02, 2003
Jon Gundeson sent along this presentation that has links to accessibility resources - http://cita.rehab.uiuc.edu/presentations/2003-01-09-UIC/presentation.html

Here's the weblint website that Karen mentioned during her presentation - http://ejk.cso.uiuc.edu/cgi-bin/weblint. She also suggested this reference on small web site design - http://www.useit.com/alertbox/20030602.html

Here are directions to activate your cluster account if you have express mail: http://www.cites.uiuc.edu/cluster/index.html#activate


Sunday, June 01, 2003
My discovery assignment URL:


Saturday, May 31, 2003
Two more websites that have CSS templates:
Book of Styles and Real World Style


Friday, May 30, 2003
My discovery assignment is at: http://leep.lis.uiuc.edu/publish/jcurrie/DiscoveryAssignment.html. -Jane

Wednesday, May 28, 2003
My discovery presentation is at: http://leep.lis.uiuc.edu/publish/kelsch/DublinCorepres.html.

Here's a program posted on Web4Lib to test if all of your links are working ... may be useful for your course work and final projects - Xenu. The listserv participants also mentioned W3C web site as an on-line resource for checking links.

Tuesday, May 27, 2003
Here is a link to my discovery assignment


Monday, May 26, 2003
My discovery presentation on evaluating website usability can be found at: http://leep.lis.uiuc.edu/publish/jhodges/usability.html


Wednesday, May 21, 2003
This was posted on the digital divide list and may be of interest ..

Sean Keegan, a web accessibility instructor, has placed these two slide
presentations, made at the CVC 2003 Student Services Conference, on the web:

"Authoring for Accessibility with Adobe PDF Documents"
and "Accessibility and Usability with Macromedia Flash".

Direct link to the page:

Tuesday, May 20, 2003
An application you may find useful: Textpad, a text editor for windows that offers HTML syntax highlighting, spellchecking, and view in web browser capabilities (as only a few of many many features). It will not automatically generate HTML for you, as NoteTab Light does, but there are add-ons linked on the website which offer some of this functionality. - JAH

Good morning? It's a beautiful day here in Chicago! Here is my favorite traveling website.

Test. This is a link to UIUC.

Hello! Que tal? Try me. Or me.

This is the second post. Here is a link to google.

here is another test...

hello everyone...this is my very first posting to a blog blog blog . how exciting . I attend UIUC

Hello! Here's my test message. Here's a link: GSLIS

test .... test

This is my second message in which I am including a wonderful link to something fun and exciting:UIUC

Hi, this is my first post. Here is a link: UIUC

Hello, Here's another post
The Animatrix

Testing...Look! Ask a Librarian!

Hi, my name is Lisa and my favorite place to watch and rent movies is
FACETS , in Chicago.

Here I am
Here is my favorite site
Here is the children's dept of the Urbana Free.

Hello world .... this is my test message. Here a link to UIUC & GSLIS. This is our second day of class.

My friend Greg has a pretty cool blog -- or at least he will (again) once he gets settled in his new home! He also has a library-related blog.

This is my second test post. This is bold. The blog doesn't like opera. Here's google.posted by Cindy at 5/20/2003 10:23:00 AM

This is a test post. It has utterly uninteresting content, except for this bit of humor particularly targetted at graduate students: PhD Comics. - JAH

Hi! My name is Rachel. One of my favorite magazines is Der Spiegel.

Hi everyone, this is a test post from Sue!
Here is a link to the Rotten Tomatoes movie review Web site...

Hello Que tal? Try me.

hello world..this is my first message ever on a blog blog blog I attend UIUC.


test post

This is my first blog posting in my life, hey the new things we learn here!
and now I test editing it too.
I am sitting in LIS450LW


testing 1, 2, 3....


Here is my first Blog posting---testing testing-NATA

Tuesday, April 29, 2003
test post