Course Web Site Development
Who We Served:
faculty members and lecturers teaching large undergraduate courses.
members who wanted to take advantage of the World Wide Web in
members who lacked the time or skills needed to establish and
maintain their course Web sites.
members who had developed course Web sites, but who wanted help
improving and/or expanding them.
view samples of our work,
on the image above.
view a complete list, click
We Helped Get
Course Web Sites Online for Free!
team of graduate students provided professional-quality web services to
UC Berkeley faculty, with an emphasis in the humanities and social sciences.
Thanks to an anonymous grant of over a quarter-million
dollars, we provided this valuable service to faculty free of charge.
We Did, and How
faculty members were web-savvy or not, we helped them set up course Web
sites. After determining their needs, we developed sites for them. Upon
their approval of the design, we posted the site on their department's
web server or, alternatively, on the socrates.berkeley.edu server.
Not only did we support and maintain their site for the duration of the
semester, but we also trained them and their GSRs to maintain the site
for the future if needed.
for You, the Instructor
faculty members benefitted by having expert student assistance in building
web-based resources for their classes. Our graduate student web designers
of our Work!
the course description, syllabus, class readings, bibliographies, and
electronic mailing lists
to other resources on the Web, including online encyclopedias and journals
a record of what took place in the class
online material so it can be used in future terms
portability of course Web sites so that they would continue to work
even when moved to another server
we designed and developed more than 100 course Web sites. Click here for
the complete list of course numbers,
titles, professors, and designs.
to Request Our Services
The Course Web Site
Development Project has completed its work for now, but may receive renewed
funding for the 2001-2002 academic year. For more information about services
currently available to UCB faculty, refer to Cyber
Central: The Center for Faculty Educational Development and Technology.
is a project of the School
of Information Management and Systems at UC