Module I. Overview
You’ll emerge from this module with your own URL and a rough draft of a course site.
Choosing a Domain Name: as you complete the registration process, and as you prepare to guide your students through the process when you teach your course(s), you may wish to refer to this help page on Choosing a Domain Name.
Case Study: Visual and Verbal Rhetorical Analysis
Respond to the prompts in the comments section of the Case Study page.
Activity: Drafting Your Website
If you decide to build a site with Weebly, please consult the Domain Help document Getting Started with Weebly.
In the table that follows you will find a list of functions and links to Domain help documents for WordPress installation and composition.
|Installation||If you need help signing up for a domain through Reclaim or installing WP to your domain check out Installing WordPress|
|WordPress Basics||If you need help identifying parts of the WP dashboard; adding pages or posts; changing your reading settings; or adding themes check out Configuring WordPress on Your Domain|
|Custom Menus||If you need help managing menus check out Working With Custom Menus|
|Themes||If you are looking for resources on themes check out Working with Themes in WordPress|
|Managing Media||If you need help working with images check out Publishing Content and scroll down to Media|
|Digital Citizenship||If you need help with attributing images check out Attributing Photos and short introduction to Digital Citizenship and Publishing Ethics. This topic will be covered in full in the Module IV.|
|Customization||Check out these pages if you need help with plug-ins, configuring widgets, or managing comment settings|
|Further Help||Check out the general help documents WordPress has published. Plus you can find more WP help links to in the right hand sidebar.|
|Domain Ethos||If you want to know why we encourage you to do this sort of publication check out this line, Anatomy of a Domain|