Techsters:We are interested in changing the tools we use to create, edit andserve our web pages and would like suggestions from those of you who aredoing this effectively.We are not seeking tools for high-powered web developers, but ratherfor those teachers and students who want a relatively painless way ofcreating and editing their personal web pages. This would includeteachers posting assignments, announcements, curriculum, etc. andstudents publishing their work to the web.I should mention that one of our schools has been using First Class forthese tasks and, in many ways, it has been effective. However, we haveseveral reasons for wanting to discontinue its use, so we won't beinterested in suggestions involving that product.Also, while we would be interested in hearing about outsourcedsolutions, our intent for now is to try to keep it all in house.Here then are some of our selection criteria:..Ease of use...Cross-platform (Mac/PC)..Flexible enough to employ district-wide, K through 12..In compliance with open standards (though not necessarily opensource)..And, as always, "reasonably priced." (Whatever that means to you isclose enough.)Remarks, comments, advice?Thanks.Vince--Vince RossanoInformation Technology DirectorMontpelier Public SchoolsMontpelier, VT 05602(802) 225-8690
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