When we were sitting in the Cathedral basement computer lab, we were instructed to e-mail Professor Vee our thoughts about whether or not we agreed with the article about students making websites as a part of their college experience. Since we’re actually working on making a website and it counts as part of our grade, we don’t have a choice in doing it really.
I don’t have a problem with making our own website, I actually enjoy the freedom it brings and the creativity we get to express while making it. I know that we have specific topics we have to cover as part of the assignment, but I think it will still be enjoyable. For one, I think it’s a nice change from writing essays for class, and secondly I think it is useful.
As the world becomes more and more dependent on technology, I find that even if we don’t have our own webpage made about ourselves, the knowledge that we obtained while making it will be useful. The internet is becoming more and more integrated into our lives every day, and learning how certain aspects of it such as how webpages work will help us out in the future when the internet will be more prevalent than ever.
So here are my questions to you: What do you think about having to make this website for our Fall Tech and Culture class? Will you enjoy it or detest it, only putting in the bare minimum? Do you think it will be useful in your future or not?