Plot a Quicker Course to Knowledge on Classical Technology Center on the Web
Knowledge of the Classical world is now just a click away with the new navigation on the Classics Technology Center on the Web (CTCWeb, http://ablemedia.com/ctcweb). CTCWeb has simplified the navigation of its site with newly revised versions of its Quick Start, Knowledge Builders™, Teachers’ Companions™, and Guides pages. “More than ever time is of the essence, so CTCWeb has made it easier to find and access the best materials we have to offer our global audience by making it easier than ever to get to them,” said Wendy E. Owens, CTCWeb Editor-in-Chief.
CTCWeb’s new Quick Start page contains crystal-clear explanations of CTCWeb each resource. Clear-cut navigation makes it easy for first-time and repeat visitors to quickly locate CTCWeb’s award-winning postings and our special features like My Word!, My Year!, and the Global Glossary. Exemplary materials from each section of the site tantalize visitors with a sampling of resources, but only represent the tip of the iceberg of CTCWeb’s depth of materials. Using the new Quick Start page simplifies the site for new users and reminds regular users of the wealth of materials available on CTCWeb.
Teaching and learning are a complex business, and CTCWeb knows that simpler is better; CTCWeb’s newly revised pages direct users to find our award-winning publications with ease. The new Knowledge Builders™, Teachers’ Companions™, and Guides pages showcase some of the best CTCWeb materials and describe the simple steps for submitting materials to the site for possible publication.
“The logic of CTCWeb’s organization is very straightforward and user-friendly,” said Susan Gorman, CTCWeb Assistant Editor. “With the new Quick Start page, everyone who visits the site can quickly comprehend its layout and find the materials they want, along with other works sure to capture their interests.”
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