Hello Chris, Can you do this for me?
WEB SITE EVALUATION PROJECT
For this required project, your task is to locate and evaluate a
Web site related to employment assistance. Follow these
steps to prepare your evaluation, making notes on your
search strategies and decisions as you go.
1. Choose a search engine and explain why you chose it.
Then describe your search strategy, such as the key words
you used to locate Web sites related to employment. You
might begin with information from a newspaper article,
a career center help sheet, or a commercial site selling
applicable software. Search for a site you haven’t used or
heard of that has more than one page and that contains
links to other employment-related Web sites.
Here are topic suggestions for beginning your search:
• Preparing for a job interview
• Job placement providers
• Resume writing
• Steps to applying for a job
• Making a career change
2. Investigate at least four different sites before making
your choice. Explain why you discarded the three (and
include those sites) and why you picked the one site on
which you focus. The site you choose may be very good
or quite awful, but it should contain something that
piques your interest enough to make you want to write
about it. Perhaps it offers just the job-search information
you were looking for, or you found it to be one of
the most difficult sites you’ve ever navigated.
3. Evaluate and analyze your chosen site according to
the criteria given in the study unit for evaluating Web
sites and in the grading criteria that follow. The sample
evaluation of Penn Foster’s site provides a general idea
of the areas to cover and the way to evaluate those areas.
Your evaluation, however, must include more specific
information and personal commentary. Ask yourself
questions about each aspect covered in the study unit.
For example, is the site current? Is the page layout
effective? What features does it include?
4. As you write your evaluation, use the pronoun I to
describe your experiences searching for and using the
site. At the end, in one paragraph, you’ll summarize
your evaluation by expressing your overall opinions of
the site and the reasons you feel that way. Arrange
your findings and analysis according to the following
Web site address (URL) and complete name
Sponsor and Purpose
Content and Page Layout/Features
5. After preparing a rough draft of your work, read the
evaluation criteria once again and revise your work
carefully, correcting any errors you may find. Make
sure to spell-check and grammar-check your work,
too. You must use the correct conventions of standard
written American English.
6. Type your evaluation in Times New Roman, font size 12.
Double-space your pages (the option is usually found on
the toolbar or in the Format/Paragraph menu of your
word processor). Indent the first line of new paragraphs
but don’t skip additional lines beyond the automatic
Subject: WEB SITE EVALUATION