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Thousands of students use HTML for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide as a textbook in their university and college courses for learning how to create pages for the World Wide Web. The book is a required (occasionally just recommended) text at the following institutions:

If you know of another school where they use my book, I'd love to hear about it. (These are supposed to be in alphabetical order but I get bizarrely dyslexic when alphabetizing, so please bear with me.)

One final note. All the syllabuses (syllabi?) and college home pages will appear in a separate window (the “reviews” window) since they are from external sites. My site will stay open in its original window so you can click on additional links, if you like. I tell you this because if you have both windows open with one on top of the other, sometimes it doesn't seem like anything's happening when you click on a link. But something probably is happening: it's just happening in the bottom (hidden) window.


Alfred University, Upstate New York: Management Information Systems 190, Spring, 1998; Administrative Decision Making, CSA 597, Summer 1997; Web Page Design (MIS 495, Fall 1997

Boston University: Multimedia Publishing

Chestnut Hill College, Germantown, PA: GRAT 545

Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York: TC-341 World Wide Web Design, Fall 1997

College of the Albemarle, Elizabeth City, North Carolina: Web Page Design I

College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts: Web as Educational Technology, CISS-046-01

Columbia University, New York, NY: CS W1001y Introduction to Computing - Spring 1998

Cosumnes River College, Sacramento, CA: Journalism 33, Editing and Production

Craig School of Business, California State University-Fresno: MBA 250: Seminar in End User Computing, Spring 1997

Duquesne University, Department of Communication, COMM 505 Multimedia AD&PR Fall, 1997 (Recommended Text)

Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, California: CAST 74E1, HTML and Publishing on the Web

Golden Gate University, California: TM 396F, Business Internet Access & Usage, Spring 1998

Goshen College, Goshen, Indiana: Communications 326: Creating for the Web, Fall, 1997

Indiana University, School of Library and Information Science, L571 Information Networking Fall, 1999, (Required text)

Manatee Community College, Bradenton, Florida: Web Design - CGS 1888 & 2888, Fall, 1998

Nashville State Technical Institute Nashville, Tennessee. CIS 153, taught by Don Sibrel.

New York University, New York, NY: A22.0004/Computers in Principle and Practice

North Carolina Central University, School of Library and Information Sciences: LSIS 4450: Computer-Based Information Storage and Retrieval Systems, Spring 1998

Northern Arizona University - College of Business Administration CIS 625 Topics in Information Systems (Recommended Text)

Northern Illinois University: ART 282 - Introduction to the Visual Arts

Oberlin College, Ohio: Computer Science 101, Introduction to Computers and Computing, Fall, 1997

Purdue University, School of Technology: TG 319

Root Communication, Racine, WI: Build your own Website

Sauk Valley Community College: Internet-Designing Your Own Web Page:

Southern Methodist University - Cox School of Business: MIS 4305 -- Systems Analysis and Design

SUNY Institute of Technology: Communications 320-11 Principles of Design for Desktop Publishing, Fall 1997

Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas: English 1302-002

Trinity College, Hartford, CT: CPSC 105 -- Computers in a Modern Society, Spring 1998

Unity College in Maine: CS 2233, The Internet

University of Alberta, Canada: EDPY 485, Introduction to Educational Media & Instructional Technology

University of Arizona, Tucson, Dept of Journalism: 496m/596m Directions In News Technology, Pima: MEC198 Introduction to Electronic Publishing

University of Delaware, English Department: English 412, Business and Technical Publications

University of Dundee, Scotland, UK: Writing for the Web, Department of Philosophy

University of Essen, Germany: Summer Semester Seminar

University of Great Falls, Montana: IDS 311, Multimedia: Theory and Practice, Spring, 1998

University of Maryland, Baltimore County: Social Work 211

University of Maryland, Department of American Studies, College Park, MD: American Studies 418P: Electronic Exhibitions & Publications, Summer, 1998

University of North Carolina at Wilmington: ENG 490/509, Special Topics: Hypermedia and Literature, Spring 1997

University of San Francisco, McLaren School of Business: WPD 300, Introduction to Web Page Design

University of Washington, Seattle, WA: English 407A, Electronic Culture

University of Wisconsin, Madison, School of Journalism and Mass Communication: 517, Magazines and Magazine Editing

USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region, Web Site Workshop 1997

Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA: English 1106, Culture of the Internet

Walsh College, CIS 315 Internet/Intranet Development Fundamentals, Fall 1999 (Required Text)

Washington State University: English 534, Theory and Methods of Teaching Technical & Professional Writing

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