What is Weebly?
Weebly is a free site that lets you easily create your own website. Each of you are responsible for creating your own website through Weebly.
How do I get one?
Sign up for a free Weebly site at www.weebly.com.
The address for your weebly should be “ANP204-yourMSUNetID.weebly.com” (eg: www.ANP204-karimtaz.weebly.com)
Instructions on how to build a Weebly can be found here: http://help.weebly.com/beginners-guide.html
Make sure you go through the videos and include a link to your website at the bottom of your Week 1 post.
How will I use my Weebly?
Every week, you will be adding another page to your site where you will be discussing the illness through the approach for that week – and incorporating information from course lectures, readings, popular media and multimedia from outside sources. At the end of the semester, this site will count as your final course project and will be graded.
What do I put in my Weebly?
Each week, we will update the course weebly: www.ANP204.weebly.com and include instructions for each new page. It will usually consist of an overview of each approach, an analysis of the illness within that approach, some type of multimedia, and a bibliography.
Although you will be creating pages every week – I will wait until the final due date to start grading them so feel free to edit them throughout the semester.
What is the point of the Weebly?
We want you to imagine you are creating this website to convince the world how useful medical anthropology can be when studying health and illness. By doing so, you will also be convincing me, the instructor, that you understood the course materials and were able to apply them in an engaging way (through the website). For this reason, make sure you go back and edit your pages as you become more familiar with the approaches. The final website should be a polished, cohesive product.
Can I make my Weebly awesome-r than yours?
HECK YES. The ANP 204 course weebly is the simplest template they have and there are dozens more that you can choose from. Although you won’t be graded on your color scheme, you will be graded on how effective your presentation of the material is. If you include links to outside sources, images, videos, etc – make sure they add to the written content you are putting up on the page.
Will you be looking at my Weebly before the final due date?
Yes. Especially the first week to make sure you created one and are understanding how to use it. Also, if you would like me to look at your site before week the end of week 6, email me or IM me on G-Chat with a link to the page and I will be happy to take a look and give you some feedback. After week 6, I won’t be looking at Weebly’s until the final due date so make sure to ask for feedback before then.
Who else can see my Weebly?
Anyone who searches for it or has a direct link to it. Once the class is over, you are free to take it down, or use it as part of your college portfolio. If you are uncomfortable putting your work online, you can turn in your work as a 15 page research paper addressing the same topics as you would on the Weebly. Make sure you notify us if you choose this option.