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FRIT 7335 - Web Design and Development

FRIT 7335 - Web Design and Development

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Web Design and DevelopmentTiana C. Tibbs215 Oxford LaneWarner Robins, GA 31088Article Summaries Submitted to:Dr. Charles Hodges of Georgia Southern Universityin partial fulfillment of the requirements forFRIT 7335
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Y02Summer 2010Friday, June 11, 2010Statesboro, Georgia
 
Baumbach, D. (2009). Web 2.0 & YOU.
Knowledge Quest 
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Summary
In this article, the author discusses how Web 2.0 tools and applications can be very beneficial inthe school setting. With the development of Web 2.0, people can easily read and write on theweb and also consume and produce information without having any programming knowledge.In the article, the author surveyed some library media specialists and found that many of themdo not use any Web 2.0 tools. Also, she listed some barriers that are preventing the use of Web2.0 in the school setting. These barriers are: tools inaccessible in schools, erosion of informalprofessional development time, lack of relevant training opportunities, and lack of knowledge.The author also explained how the students can use Web 2.0 tools in the classroom and how itwill benefit them in the future.
Critique
 This article was one of my favorite ones that I read. I am into trying to incorporate as muchtechnology in the classroom as possible. There were some key points the author made that I
really liked. She said “If school library media programs are to be relevant to today’s students,
we must investigate these digital tools, use them ourselves, and teach students to use them
effectively.” Not only are we ed
ucational leaders, but we are also educational innovators andwe need teach life skills for the future and with technology constantly changing and growing,that is the future.
 
 Conte, T., Massolar, J., Mendes, E., & Travassos, G. (2009). Web usability inspection techniquebased on design perspectives.
IET Software
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3
(2), 106-123. doi:10.1049/iet-sen.2008.0021.
Summary
This article is about the development of the web usability inspection technique and the studiesthat helped to define and improve it. There were studies on how the methodology that guideseach phase of development is presented and also how the methodology impacted thedevelopment of the web usability inspection technique. The methodology compose of sixstages: the execution of secondary studies to identify, evaluate, and interpret all availableresearch relevant to a particular research question or topic area, the creation of the initialversion of the software technology based on results of secondary studies, the execution of feasibility studies to determine the usage possibility of the technology, the execution of observational studies to improve the understanding and the cost-effectiveness of thetechnology, the execution of case studies in real lifecycle to characterize the technologyapplication during a real lifecycle, and the execution of case studies in industry to identify if software technology application fits into the industrial setting. The purpose of web usability isto drive the design of Web applications and to evaluate the relevant usability criteria of Webapplications.

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