This blog is designed as a resource for CURR 501, Media Literacy, Popular Culture and Education at Rhode Island College, summer 2015. The course is driven by the essential question: How is new media and digital culture produced and consumed in ways that help us understand ourselves and each other in the context of the current educational landscape?

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Google Site

Google Site


The digital tool I chose to explore is Google Site.  Google Site is a free and easy way to create WebPages. Because I am a new user of this sight, I can only rate it a 6 out of 10.  You can easily access Google Site by clicking the hyperlink above. It also offers a tutorial to help guide you.

Steps/Page 1:  You will need to log into Google Site using your google login and password

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Steps/Page 2:  Click the orange button to the left to create a new webpage.

Steps/Page 3:    Select a template you would like to use.  I selected classroom because I am going to build a class webpage.

·         Next you are going to name you Site.  Such as "Mrs. Richards Webpage" .  This will automatically create a site location "link" to your webpage.

·         Next you will select a theme for your page.  This will give you a the background to your webpage.

·         Click on the box so that the site you are not a robot.

Steps/Page 4:  This is your home page for the website. 

·         I clicked on the writing tool to edit the page.  This opened a box where I could type information and add images. 

·         Click save when you are finished.

·         You can add a page so that it will show up on your home page.

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