These pages are intended for use by current students, students that I advise, and other interested parties. If you are taking a class, select the link for students. Most likely you are visiting this page for one of the following purposes:
- you are a student in one of my classes and are looking for supplemental materials (or additional materials not found in our course management system). Select the For Students link above or current classes.
- you are in need of advising (and I am your advisor). In this case, select the Students link above. Complete the tasks on these pages prior to arranging a meeting with me. It is easiest if you arrive during scheduled office hours. If you are not able to make these, contact me to make an appointment at a more suitable time.
- you are interested in examples of web sites created by students in previous semesters for not for profit organizations. Choose the Examples sub page link.
- you are interested in the SkillsUSA web page contest. Choose the SkillsUSA link on the left or the Organizations link above.
- you are interested in the World Organization of Webmasters. Choose the WOW link on the left or the Organizations link above.
- you are a former student who would like to refer to material from a previous class. Choose the Previous Classes link on the left (or the Classes link above).
- finally, you need to determine my office location or office hours for the week. Choose the Contact Mark link above or the Mark’s Office Hours link on the left.
Why do you change these pages each semester?
These pages are meant to provide students with ideas as to what is possible (and to demonstrate what works and what doesn’t in web page design). If you wish to see an array of different approaches, select the Previous classes link and examine web pages from the various semesters I have taught web page development at ICC (2000 – 2007). These pages will serve as a template for some of our class discussions.