Content, Collection, Development and Management

Content, Collection, Development and Management

John DiMarco (St. John’s University, USA)
Copyright: © 2006 |Pages: 16
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-854-3.ch005
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Abstract

It’s time to hunt and gather. In a large part, the Web portfolio design process relies upon you as the author to be an investigator. What this means is you have to go back into your own personal history and find all of the assets and artifacts that will help you tell your story in the Web portfolio. Remember, this story is wrapped around the content. The content must be collected, processed, and refined so that it is technically and visually suitable for publishing on the Internet. Content will be scattered all over. To make things easier during the content collection process, refer to your content outline. By doing this, you can cycle through a list and gather all available materials. Some items might be lost or not worthy of the Web portfolio so they should be deleted. You can also leave space for items that will be complete and ready for presentation in the future.

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