Weebly: At TPS-GSU we teach our teachers that they can build a website using Weebly for their students to use. This website offers many drag and drop features making it extremely user friendly. Teachers will be able to quickly put together a powerful, professional website without any technical skills required. Content elements (like text, photos, maps, and videos) are added to their website by simply dragging & dropping them into place. Text is edited just like in a word processor. Building your website is done in real time, right from within your web browser. There's absolutely nothing to install and no upgrades to worry about.

Here is an example of a student friendly Weebly Website :

Propaganda of the Great War by Robert Holzhauser
http://holzhauser.weebly.com/propaganda-of-the-great-war.html

 

 

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