WebQuest Templates


Templates provide an easy way to get started creating your WebQuest. Since 1995, we've provided templates for the Student and Teacher pages as simple, single-page documents.

Now, to keep up with the state of the art in web page design (note: as it was in 1999 when this page was written), we're adding framed versions in several flavors. The advantages that frames provide are that learners will have less scrolling to do and teachers will be able to concentrate on one small part of the design process at a time. It's less daunting that way and we've found that the process goes more quickly with the new versions. The WebQuest Anatomy Page describes what each subpage is all about.

Thanks to
Mike Casey of the San Diego Unified School District Ed Tech Department for ginning up the versions with navigation bars at the top and bottom.

See the Creating WebQuests page for more modern ways to put a WebQuest together, including QuestGarden.


Traditional, No-Frame Version

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Binhexed version (for Mac)

Zipped version (for PCs)


New Framed Versions with Text Links

Navigation Bar on Left

Click to Download

Binhexed version (for Mac)

Zipped version (for PCs)

Navigation Bar on Bottom

Click to Download

Binhexed version (for Mac)

Zipped version (for PCs)

Navigation Bar on Top

Click to Download

Binhexed version (for Mac)

Zipped version (for PCs)


New Framed Versions with Graphic Text Rollovers

new

Navigation Bar on Left

Click to Download

Binhexed version (for Mac)

Zipped version (for PCs)

new

Navigation Bar on Bottom

Click to Download

Binhexed version (for Mac)

Zipped version (for PCs)

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