Presentation on theme: "-Interactive map of “The Deserted City of Ani” -Lots of extensive information on many of the different cites within the city, which the viewer may access."— Presentation transcript:
-Interactive map of “The Deserted City of Ani” -Lots of extensive information on many of the different cites within the city, which the viewer may access easily. -Constant updates (last one 1/8/06) -Very cool presentation in both the map page as well as the information pages. Link to Virtual Ani
-Interactive map of the Ancient Near East Region -Map shows not individual cities, but regions. -Interactive aspect of the map allows viewer to click through time and watch the regions shift. -Very cool presentation; some text hard to read. -When clicking on regions, given links to many websites for further information. Some of the linked sites are a somewhat unrelated. Link to Medieval Map
-Loads of very extensive information on many cities and sites. -Not all sites have good information. -Easy to navigate if you know what you’re looking for, but hard if you’re unsure; no way to search. -Poor presentation. -Information on specific sites, not entire cities. Link to Lists of Medieval Fortified Sites
-Easy to navigate. -Decent amount of information on certain topics, but not a wide variety of topics to choose from. -Need a plug-in to be able to view some information. -No bibliography. -Designed by high school students, so sources of information could be unreliable. Link to Medieval Fiefdom
-Fair amount of good information, but also a lot of useless information as well. -Mainly about presentation and visuals, not as much about facts. -In-site search engine not very helpful. -Hard to navigate / find what you are looking for. -Even the visuals that are the focus of the site are not always very good. Link to Castles on the Web
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