The WebQuest Culminating Project
The Creation of Your Own WebQuest
After completing the seven course assignments you should be ready to
create your own unique WebQuest.
Most WebQuests are presented as World Wide Web pages uploaded to an
Internet Web server to be accessed by anyone able to connect to
the Internet. However, you may also use PowerPoint or Microsoft Word to
present your WebQuest.
WebQuest templates are also available on the Internet and you may find
one or more of these useful as you build your own WebQuest. Check out
the following WebQuest template sites:
- If you are planning to create Web pages for
your WebQuest you will need an HTML editor to create the document in
Web format. A good and free HTML editor is Mozilla Composer available
for download at:
- Additionally, most word processors allow you to save your pages
in HTML or Web Page format. Your word processor documentation or help
menu should provide information on how to do that and how to link the
- You may also use PowerPoint to
present your WebQuest. PowerPoint allows the insertion of
graphics? and live Web links.
- Another option for presenting your WebQuest is your word processor,
most of which allow insertion of graphics and live Web links.
Delivering Your WebQuest:
After you have created your WebQuest presentation, you need some way to
present it to your students (and to the instructor of this course).
- If you are creating it as Web pages you can upload it to an
Internet Web server. Possibly your school or your Internet
Service Provider will supply you with server space and instructions on
how to upload to it. Here are some places that provide free server
space, as well as free html editors (they may attach an ad to your
- You can also burn your WebQuest
to a CD which can be accessed by any Web browser (CD to be
mailed to instructor).
- You may save your WebQuest to a floppy or zip disk
which can be mailed to your instructor.
- You may be able to send your WebQuest Web pages through e-mail as an
If you need advice or help with either presentation or delivery, please
contact the instructor: