- Post a downloadable spreadsheet on your website. You may reformat and edit existing data from the web or one of the files provided.
(2) Spreadsheet/Database Development Create a spreadsheet of data that may be used to teach a particular topic, or present specific information: (analyze experimental data, compute and analyze student grades, develop a budget for a department, etc.). Your spreadsheet should include 10 or more different functions (mathematical, logic, statistical, etc.) with more than 50 data cells. Develop text describing how this file should be used.
- Post your spreadsheet/database file on your website so it may be downloaded. Excel files must end with the .xls extension. Include one or more web pages of explanatory text.
(3) Graphing: Create three or more different types of graphs that illustrate concepts you are trying to teach (e.g. market performance for a variety of mutual funds, results from a science experiment, etc.)
- Post at least three graphs of data on your website.
(4) Document Merging Create a database of relevant data or use an existing file. Create a word processing document which will serve as the template into which the data base will be merged. Merge the data base with the word processing document as a "catalog" merge.
- Post a catalog that indicates your mastery of document merging. Include a link to the Excel file that served as the data document.
- On your website include forms to collect information.
- Create a MyGoogle or similar page that links to relevant real-time information. Create a class account and provide login and password.