There is a student run project for setting up web pages related to the material covered by this course. The home page for this project is:
(where 'wct' stands for Women in Christian Tradition).
Students in the course may add new pages to this project.
You will create your pages and store them in your UNIX/CHAT account
(as described below). When you have added a new page, please send
a message to
telling him the name and location of the file so he can add it to the list.
Please also list what category of page it is.
|time|| - Timeline & Historical Events
|words|| - Glossary, Definitions, Dictionary, Acronyms, etc.
|book|| - Bibliography, Periodicals, other publication listings
|biography|| - Biographical Information on Historical Figures & Others
|geography|| - Historical Locations, Maps
|text|| - Biblical Interpretation, Analysis, Debate, Discussion, etc.
|interview|| - Interviews (transcripts)
(You can, of course, come up with your own categories if none of the above particularly suit your topics.)
You will need to create a publically accessible directory in your UNIX/CHAT account called:
For instructions on how to do this on CHAT, from the '
go to the option:
'When you have the 'Help Desk' screen showing, select the option:
How to Set up Your Own WWW Information Page'
If you have pictures/graphics you want to add to your pages
(I.E., maps, portraits of historical figures, diagrams...), please contact
There is a newsgroup (electronic discussion area) available for this course. You may post any questions, comments, notes or whatever you may have about the course to the newsgroup:
If you have difficulties that are not explained above, please ask your
question on the course newsgroup.
If that is not sufficient, please contact