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HLTH 315 Cancer Narratives ( HC )

Creating a Website

When writing for the web, using plain language allows users to find what they need, understand what they have found, and then use it to meet their needs. It should also be actionable, findable, and shareable.

It’s important to understand how what you are writing fits into the overall content strategy, what the content lifecycle entails, and who is involved in the process. 

Haverford Libraries' Digital Scholarship can help students get an overall idea of what type of website they can create: 

Helpful Website Creation Resources

Book Suggestion for Website/Content Creation