Practice with E-mail, the Internet, and the Worldwide Web.
These materials were developed by Kenneth E. Foote, Department of Geography, University of Texas at Austin, 1995. These materials may be used for study, research, and education in not-for-profit applications. If you link to or cite these materials, please credit the author, Kenneth E. Foote, The Geographer's Craft Project, Department of Geography, The University of Colorado at Boulder. These materials may not be copied to or issued from another Web server without the author's express permission. Copyright © 1995. All commercial rights are reserved. If you have comments or suggestions, please contact the author, Kenneth E. Foote at email@example.com.
1. E-mail a "howdy" message to Foote and one to your teaching assistant.
Ask a question about the course requirements or content.
2. Send a "thank-you" message to the author or compiler
of your favorite Web site and "CC" a copy of this message to your teaching
Internet and Worldwide Web
3. Download to disk using "Save as" a copy of the Web
Search exercise in "Plain Text" (.txt) form. Open the file in
Word, type your name and the date at the top of the file, and then print.
Put in assignment box in GRG 302.
4. Print a copy of this "Digital Aerobics" page directly from
Netscape. Write your name and the date on it and put it in the assignment
5. Prepare materials for your homepage and publish it in the Web
Write a one or two paragraph "biosketch" to include in your homepage.
Choose a photograph of yourself or of one of your interests. Scan
the photograph as described in class and compress it into .gif form.
Store this image on a diskette in a folder named "gif." Use your
last name as the name of the file, for example: foote.gif.
Combine your biosketch and photograph to create a homepage like
the example found here, using the procedure explained in class. You
can create the homepage with Netscape Composer or Word 97. When you
save the file on diskette, be sure to use your last name as the file name,
for example: foote.html
Transfer the HTML file and the compressed photograph to our Web publishing
area using the FTP program, as explained in class.
Check that your page works.
Last Revised 2000.1.8. LNC.