What does the GEBOL mean?
GEBOL is an abbrevation for Getting European Business Online. The concept was transfered from Google’s UK “The Getting British Business On-line” and The ITQ national vocational qualification – from UK Sector Skills Council ref. to EQF.
- To increase the number of businesses in the partner countries that can set up and manage their own web sites.
- To promote ECVET compliant qualifications in the skills of setting up and maintaining a business web site.
- To enable students to learn in real business contexts
How to build a website using Google sites
This tutorial is created to illustrate how to build a website using Google Sites. With this simple yet comprehensive guide you can set up a website very quickly. Using Google Sites templates helps speed up the process but you are able to edit to suit your own preferences.
This set of How tos supports the activities related to the Assessment Criteria for INGOT Web Site software units in the Schools ITQ course. For Level 1 (Silver) assessors will need to provide continuous help and support. For Level 2, learners should be able to go through this fairly self-sufficiently in order to produce a workable web site. One idea might be to help a local small business set up a web site or improve their existing web site as part of Work Experience. Other ideas might include setting up a web site for a school club or society.
- How to create Google mail account
- How to plan a website using Google Sites
- How to start on building your new website: (using a blank page)
- How to start on building your new website: (using a template)