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Education (edu) Sites for Review

this listing includes education, learning, home school, reference, K-12, research, training and other sites submitted which relate to learning. (EDU or ORG domains, Usually not for profit.

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The last sites posted here for review were in January of 2007.

Oxford College of Emory University
The Oxford College site, like many colleges, has the challenge of needing to support diverse audiences: * Prospective students - this site sells the college * Current students - where to get information about services, departments, organizations, gateway to intranet applications (OPUS, custom applications) * Faculty/Staff - information, but also a gateway to a number of intranet applications * Alumni - latest happenings, opportunity to donate We are preparing to reogranize the site as well as redesign the home page, secondary pages, and tertiary page designs. We want to focus on a easier navigation scheme, and a design that is easy for content providers to update (using Contribute) without intervention from the Web master. Thanks for your help - Sent in by: Seth Tepfer, posted for review on: 0610
Ann Foundation: A Non Profit Volunteer Organization Serving Children with Disabilities Worldwide
The Ann Foundation site exists to create greater awareness of the scope of educational services and training offered by the foundation to organizations and individuals serving children with disabilities. We recently redesigned the site to improve navigation and present more clear information about the nature of our specific projects. Please let us know if the site communicates our purpose and projects effectively and if usability issues such as navigation are on target. We also previous lacked images and have tried to integrate more photos of the children that we work with into our site. - Sent in by: Kay Hutchinson, posted for review on: 0610
Church Website Design
Ministry-based Powerful Church Website Design Company, provides your church with not only a great looking affordable web site, but also tools to help manage and facilitate church community growth. - Sent in by: Sabrina W, posted for review on: 0610
Computer Tips
Computer Free Tips and Tricks - Sent in by: raniraj, posted for review on: 0610
Free video tutorials on web and graphic design software.
The site is online as a free resource for people wishing to learn how to use their programs. The site scrolls horizontal only and is a very original design. please critique the graphics and the visual elements. - Sent in by: Andrew, posted for review on: 0610
Graphic Design Workshop
Enroll in our graphic design workshop - Sent in by: Sterling, posted for review on: 0610
online course management
This is a site to facilitate my students and augment their classroom experience. The site works as a platform to deliver lecture notes, publish results and general notices for the students. Your review on the design and usability of the site will be much appreciated - Sent in by: Mozaherul Hoque, posted for review on: 0610
This is a middle-school web site for the school community.
This site serves our school community--parents, teachers and students. I've worked over the last five years to make this user friendly and easy to use. I welcome comments about its layout ease of use. - Sent in by: Steve Brugge, posted for review on: 0610
Vancouver Art by Capilano College Students
Each student in the 2006 graduating class has created an oil painting of familiar local scenes with the feel and inspiration of well-known artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. Each month shows Vancouver as it might have been envisioned by Gustav Klimt, Paul C»zanne, Lawren Harris, and others. - john lau, posted in Dec. '05 and Jan '06

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