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Re: [teacherartexchange] Web page software


From: Ann Heineman (aiheineman_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Dec 03 2006 - 07:28:52 PST

Hi Group,
        I recently subscribed for a .mac account (includes iWeb) for $30
off because I have an educator's discount!! That even applies to
retired folk who can prove their retirement status as educators.
Being an OEA retired member, I get a discount on Apple products--I
think it is 15%. It really helps to have an Apple Store here and the
staff is great about helping educators and students with workshops
and training. I've been getting training sessions on iWeb the past
two weeks. The program is amazing!

                                        Ann-on-y-mouse in Columbus
                                        Art teacher, K-5, retired


> I tried the iWeb program as well. It is very simple, has elegant
> templates, and works especially well for Photo pages. It even has
> templates for blogs and podcasts. The software is in version 1, so
> it has some growing up to do (some limitations can be frustrating
> if you've used other software before), but I am confident that will
> change. A new version of iLife usually is introduced in January, so
> I would hold off until then if you do intend on getting it. Posting
> it to one's .Mac a cinch. If you don't have a .Mac connection,
> things are a bit more complicated.
> I also like Macromedia's (now Adobe) Contribute 4. We just got a
> site license for it and will be training our teachers how to use
> it. Operates similar to a word processor and doesn't have a large
> learning curve like the big programs such as Dreamweaver have.
> Melissa
> On Dec 3, 2006, at 5:03 AM, Fran Legman wrote:
>> I would like to create a web page for my own artwork. I'm a Mac
>> user, can
>> anyone recommend an easy program to use? Thanks, Fran

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