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dc.contributor.advisorFredrich, Augustine J.
dc.contributor.advisorBonnell, Karen H.
dc.contributor.advisorGoss, Larry D.
dc.contributor.authorCleek, Linda
dc.date.accessioned2019-12-09T18:13:43Z
dc.date.available2019-12-09T18:13:43Z
dc.date.issued2000
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12419/332
dc.descriptionThesis available in Rice Library University Archives and Special Collection.
dc.description.abstractThe development of the Internet presents us with a new means of expression-the web site. Creating a web site is like writing a research paper in that it requires knowledge of a subject and knowledge of how to find additional information about that subject. Developing a web site is like crafting a work of art in that it requires skill in using certain tools as well as a vision of what the completed work will be. Creating a fairly complex web site such as the one here described requires a combination of hardware and software skills, subject knowledge, and research skills and persistence in finding relevant sites on the Internet. The Cathedrals web site consists of four major sections: the Cathedrals course; links to various cathedrals web sites; the 1998 Cathedrals European tour; and the proposed Cathedrals 2000 European tour. The course section includes information about a course offered at the University of Southern Indiana, such as a biography of the course's creator, a bibliography, course readings, and a section for the contributions of those taking the course. The Cathedrals site as presented here deals primarily with the fall 1999 class. � The section on links contains links to more than 70 sites-mostly dedicated to specific cathedrals, some to great buildings or to cathedrals in general. The section is organized primarily by country, with subsections for the British Isles, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, the United States, and other related sites. The 1998 Cathedrals Tour section is a photo essay on a tour conducted in June 1998. The Cathedrals 2000 Tour section was designed as a promotional site for a tour scheduled for May 2000. The web site presented here is captured in early spring 2000 when the tour seemed likely; unfortunately, it was later cancelled due to insufficient enrollment, and the site was changed to remain informative but not promotional.
dc.titleCathedrals : a web site
html.description.abstractThe development of the Internet presents us with a new means of expression-the web site. Creating a web site is like writing a research paper in that it requires knowledge of a subject and knowledge of how to find additional information about that subject. Developing a web site is like crafting a work of art in that it requires skill in using certain tools as well as a vision of what the completed work will be. Creating a fairly complex web site such as the one here described requires a combination of hardware and software skills, subject knowledge, and research skills and persistence in finding relevant sites on the Internet. The Cathedrals web site consists of four major sections: the Cathedrals course; links to various cathedrals web sites; the 1998 Cathedrals European tour; and the proposed Cathedrals 2000 European tour. The course section includes information about a course offered at the University of Southern Indiana, such as a biography of the course's creator, a bibliography, course readings, and a section for the contributions of those taking the course. The Cathedrals site as presented here deals primarily with the fall 1999 class. � The section on links contains links to more than 70 sites-mostly dedicated to specific cathedrals, some to great buildings or to cathedrals in general. The section is organized primarily by country, with subsections for the British Isles, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, the United States, and other related sites. The 1998 Cathedrals Tour section is a photo essay on a tour conducted in June 1998. The Cathedrals 2000 Tour section was designed as a promotional site for a tour scheduled for May 2000. The web site presented here is captured in early spring 2000 when the tour seemed likely; unfortunately, it was later cancelled due to insufficient enrollment, and the site was changed to remain informative but not promotional.
dc.contributor.degreeMaster of Arts in Liberal Studies
dc.typeThesis (M.A.L.S.)--University of Southern Indiana, 2000


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