WWW Web Page Design:

Creating WebQuests

for your

Students

Foothill College Center for Innovation 
LINC Course 
Linda K. Taber Ullah, M.Ed., M.A.
Design by Clair Waagen 
Table  of Contents

Rubric

Course Description

Course Description
Welcome to the Foothill College Center for Innovation's WebQuest course. The materials and assignments in this course will help you create a standards based WebQuest in five weeks that you can do with your students.The best definition of a WebQuest comes from San Diego State University's Professor Dr. Bernie Dodge. That definition can be found on his WebQuest site.
Goals
1. Each student will understand what a WebQuests is and will be able to identify the elements of a well constructed WebQuest.
2. Each student will learn to use WebQuests in his/her curriculum. 
3. Each student will create a WebQuest for use with his/her students.
Objectives
Learners will:

1. discover a variety on online WebQuests that they can integrate with their curriclum and use with their students 
2. demonstrate that they understand what a WebQuest is and what their instructional uses are
3. create a WebQuest that integrates with their curriculum to use with their students

Instructor
Kathy Kanaval and Shannon Potts
Texts/Resources
Online resources are included in weekly topics.
Grading Policy
This course consists of two one unit segments, both of which must be enrolled in concurrently.  Over the five week period alloted for the course, you should plan on spending a total of 24 hours covering the material and developing your project. Your course participation and project will be assessed using this rubric.
Beginning This Course
 If you are new to online learning or to our Etudes interface you will want to take some time to learn how to navigate around this course. Over the next five weeks we will explore a variety of searching techniques and search engines. 

Once inside the course, you will use the menu on the right hand side of each page. You can navigate by returning to the Table of Contents. There you will find links to the weekly activities.

After reading through the Course Description, return to the the Course Calendar located in the Table of Contents and click on the Warm Up for Topic 1 .  You can then follow the links through the material for each topic. There are two topics for weeks one through four, and one topic for week five.