English 192
Science Fiction
Spring 2002
Professor William Warner

Course Overview



Study Materials

Course Policies


Honors Section Projects

Web Editing Workshop

Assignment: Develop a web page that includes these elements:

  • Title
  • Overview statement: one long paragraph that describes the aim of the page and its scope; what are you setting out to do with the page and how are you doing it.
  • Links and Bibliography uses as resources for your page: give full MLA bibliographical information for page or text; then offer two or three sentences to describe and evaluate the resource
  • Media support: images, audio, mpegs, etc.
  • Intrinsic analysis of your subject. For example, you might offer a critical analysis of a poem, a film shot, a speech, etc.
  • Extrinsic analysis of the context of your subject. For example, you might offer a brief biography of an author; an historical account of an event; etc.
Desirable properties of your page:
  • make your site readable; easy to navigate; and richly linked to other web pages on your topic
  • eye-catching
  • don't just describe but "perform" your subject

Possible Components of your Page

  • interactive: quiz, poll
  • message board
  • media to illustrate ideas

Honors Projects: presented to Lecture June 6, 2002


This page was composed by Professor William Warner. Last changed 4/2/02. This course is part of the Transcriptions Project of the Department of English at UC /Santa Barbara.