Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Four useful books for the study of Web information design by Dana Schwartz

From the Book: Weaving the Web: The original design and ultimate destiny of the World Wide Web by its inventor


Books Found:

1. Michael, G., Paciello. (2000). Web accessibility for people with disabilities. Lawrence, Kan.: CMP Books; Berkeley, CA.

Located in the DBW stack in the Weldon Library

Call number: HV1569.5.P253 2000

Subject Heading: World Wide Web- History

2. Green, T., Chilcott, Jordan L., & Flick., Chris S. (2004). Building dynamic Web sites with Macromedia Studio MX 2004 [electronic resource]. Indianapolis, Ind.: New Riders

Located on the internet accessible by a link on the UWO library website with the subject heading

Call number: No call number because the article is located on the internet

Subject Heading: Web site development

3. Dusseault, L., (2004). WebDAV: next-generation collaborative Web authoring. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall PTR.

Located in the TAY stack in the Taylor Library

Call number: TK5105.5863.D87 2004

Subject Heading: Web site development

4. Clark, J., (2003). Building accessible websites. Indianapolis, Ind. : New Riders Pub.

Located in TAY stack in the Taylor Library

Call number: TK5105.888.C545 2003

Subject Heading: Web site development – Standards



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