Web Collaboration Tools
This week we’ve learned how to exploit existing web tools to support collaboration needs. Now you will practice using one of them and document how it can help solve a real problem.
Note – no programming is required for this lab. You may add some if you wish, however. Note that some of these services offer APIs to allow you to modify the data programmatically – so the skills you’ve learned this semester could be used to improve upon the baseline functionality.
1. A note on passwords – the instructor will need to see what you produce! So you’ll either need to use passwords you don’t mind sharing, or else “share” your final product with email@example.com
2. First identify
3. When finished, you need to have:
1) Make sure your default.htm is updated as described above
2) Turn in the following hardcopy on or before the due date, stapled together in the following order (coversheet on top):
a) A completed assignment coversheet. Your comments will help us improve the course.
b) A printout of your written document to the “stakeholder”. Make sure it clearly identifies the stakeholder it is addressed to.