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Current Welcome Set-Up. Splash (no book menu bar). First Time User Button. Member Button. Site Tour Button. Generic Welcome Login (live book menu bar). Site Tour (dead book menu bar). Come Explore with Us B&W Text Only (no book menu bar). Personalized Welcome

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Current Welcome Set-Up

Splash

(no book menu bar)

First Time User

Button

Member

Button

Site Tour

Button

Generic Welcome

Login

(live book menu bar)

Site Tour

(dead book menu bar)

Come Explore with Us

B&W Text Only

(no book menu bar)

Personalized

Welcome

(live book menu bar)

Next Page

Button

Join LAO

Button

To Site

Tour

Skip Tour

Button

Join LAO Regis.

& Data Entry Form

(live book menu bar)

Cont.

Generic Welcome

Login

(live book menu bar)

Acc’t Creation

Confirmation & Thanks

(live book menu bar)

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Desired Welcome Set-Up

with 3 Types of Welcome

Home

(live book menu bar)

Default Guest

Sign-In Button

Sign-In

Button

Register

Text Link

Enter as Guest

Text Link

BrowseAloud…

Contact Us…

1

Personalized

Welcome

with

“Test Reminder”

when scheduled

(live book menu bar)

3

Welcome!

We’re glad to

have you as

our guest!

(live book menu bar)

Site Index…

BrowseAloud…

Registration Data

Entry Form with

Auto Sign-In

(no book menu bar)

Site Tour…

Search…

2

Benefits of

Registration…

Registration Confirmation

& Personalized Welcome

(live book menu bar)

“LAO Title” to

About LAO…

“LAO” text link

to About LAO…

slide3

Resources for Readers and Their Helpers

Search:

LiteracyAccess Online provides reading activities

and resources for readers and helpers including:

Contact Us | Site Index

Login

  • StoryBuilder, where you can create stories, write reports, and save your work in your own account.
  • Read from the Web, where you can hear language
  • read out loud using a free download of BrowseAloud software and follow along, using our helpful tips and prompts.
  • Free testing of reading ability for registered users.
  • Register for Free | Enter as a Guest
  • Read about the benefits of registration.
  • Need help? Take our site tour or use our friendly help feature.

guest

Username

guest

Password

Sign-In

Cancel

A father helps his daughter learn

to read using Story Builder.

Text links

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Search:

Literacy Explorer

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Literacy Explorer is a reading system designed to lead the reader and reading facilitator through a reading session. Literacy Explorer involves three steps – pre-reading, reading, and post-reading. We provide strategies, activities, resources and tips for each one of these steps.

Literacy Explorer contains three reading activities designed to motivate readers by providing them with stimulating content at their reading level and in their areas of interest.

StoryBuilder allows you to create a story, report, or essay using material from the World Wide Web or your own words. You can insert images and pictures in your story. Registered users can save their stories in your Story Bankto be read later and even publish their stories on the LAO site.

Read from the Web provides you with the opportunity to choose material on the World Wide Web and read it together, employing tips, resources, and strategies shown on the page. If you download the free screen reader, BrowseAloud, you can listen to word pronunciation while you read.

Read from the Bankallows you to choose a age level appropriate story from those we have provided or those you have created in StoryBuilder, from our Story Bank, using LAO’s reading activities, tips, and resources.

Text links

slide5

LAO proposed second level navigation (literacy explorer)

Read

from Your

Story

Bank

terminology changes

when user starts

adding his/her own

stories

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Guest

McFeeglebee

Reader

Story

Search:

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Welcome Guest!

We’re glad to have you as our guest. To find your way around the site, simply click where you would

like to go on the main “stack of books” menu bar above.

We encourage you to register for freeon the site. Read about the benefits of registration.

If you need help at any time, feel free to take our site tour or use our friendly helpfeature.

Text links

slide7

Cynthia

McFeeglebee

Reader

Story

Search:

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Welcome Back, Andrew!

Now you’re ready to work with Cynthia.

Use the bar below to view your reader’s Portfolio or to update your current story name.

If you need help at any time, feel free to take our site tour or use our friendly helpfeature.

Text links

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Cynthia

McFeeglebee

Reader

Story

Search:

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Welcome Back, Andrew!

NEW REMINDER: We noticed it’s been 5 months since the last time your reader, Cynthia, took a

reading assessment test. If you think Cynthia is ready to try taking a test, again, all you have to do is

go to the testing section.

Now you’re ready to work with Cynthia.

Use the bar below to view your reader’s Portfolio or to update your current story name.

If you need help at any time, feel free to take our site tour or use our friendly helpfeature.

Text links

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Cynthia

Phonics

McFeeglebee

Group

Reader

Story

Search:

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Welcome Back, Andrew!

Now you’re ready to work with Cynthia.

To choose or add readers or groups, please visit the bar below.

If you need help at any time, feel free to take our site tour or use our friendly helpfeature.

Text links

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Individual #1

Search:

Registration: Page 1

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Basic Information for Identification Purposes

Note: All information is required, except “School Name.”

Facilitator Type:

First Name:

Last Name:

City: State:

Zip Code:

e-Mail:

Phone Number:

School Name:

Select Type

Select State

Type Your School Name Here

Reset

Continue

Text links

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Individual #2

Search:

Registration: Page 2

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Creating a User Profile

Note: All information is required.

Username:

Password:

Verify password:

Select Type

Reset

Continue

Text links

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Individual #3

Search:

Registration: Page 3

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Setting Reader Accounts

As a facilitator, you are an important part of the reading process. We’re glad you’ve decided to register, so you can gain full access to the many useful features of this site.

How many readers will you be helping?

one individual reader

group(s) of readers

Reset

Continue

Text links

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Individual #4

Search:

Registration: Page 4

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Creating a Reader Record

Now you need to create a record for your reader or student in order to keep track of his or her reading progress. As with every part of this site, this information will be kept private and will not be shared with any other party. Note: Required information is marked with an asterisk (*).

*First Name: *Last Name:

*Screen Name *

Birth Date:

Phone Number: e-Mail:

Password:

Grade Level: ReadingLevel: Student accessibility options

Sex

Month

Day

Year

Reset

Continue

Text links

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Individual #5

Search:

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Welcome Morton!

Congratulations on registering.You are now ready to work with Cynthia.

To find your way around the site, simply click where you would like to go on the main “stack of books” menu bar above.

If you need help at any time, feel free to take our site tour or use our friendly helpfeature.

Cynthia

McFeeglebee

Reader

Story

Text links

slide15

Group #1

Search:

Registration: Page 1

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Basic Information Needed for Identification Purposes

Note: All information is required, except “School Name.”

Facilitator Type:

First Name:

Last Name:

City: State:

Zip Code:

e-Mail:

Phone Number:

School Name:

Select Type

Select State

Type Your School Name Here

Reset

Continue

Text links

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Group #2

Search:

Registration: Page 2

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Creating a User Profile

Note: All information is required.

Username:

Password:

Verify password:

Select Type

Reset

Continue

Text links

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Group #3

Search:

Registration: Page 3

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Setting Reader Accounts

As a facilitator, you are an important part of the reading process. We’re glad you’ve decided to register, so you can gain full access to the many useful features of this site.

How many readers will you be helping?

one individual reader

group(s) of readers

Reset

Continue

Text links

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Group #4

Search:

Registration: Page 4

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Creating a Group

Note: All information is required.

Group Name:

NOTE: Group names are limited to 15 characters and may not contain any spaces.

Group Description:

NOTE: Group descriptions are limited to 50 characters.

Reset

Continue

Text links

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Group #5

Search:

Registration: Page 5

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Section 5: Creating a Reader Record

Now you need to create a record for your reader or student in order to keep track of his or her reading progress. As with every part of this site, this information will be kept private and will not be shared with any other party.

Note: Required information is marked with an asterisk (*).

*First Name: *Last Name:

*Screen Name *

Birth Date:

Phone Number: e-Mail:

Password:

Student accessibility options

Grade Level: Reading Level:

Sex

Month

Day

Year

Reset

Continue

Text links

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Rupert

Phonics

McFeeglebee

Group

Reader

Story

Group #6

Search:

Contact Us | Site Index | Logout

Welcome Morton!

Congratulations on registering.You are now ready to work with Cynthia.

To choose or add readers or groups, please visit the bar below.

To find your way around the site, simply click where you would like to go on the main “stack of books” menu bar above.

If you need help at any time, feel free to take our site tour or use our friendly helpfeature.

Text links

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Contact Us

Search:

Contact Us

Site Index | Logout

Enter your message here, including any questions, concerns, comments, or suggestions:

If you would like a response to your message…

Enter Your Name:

Enter Your e-Mail Address:

Which of the following describes you?

How did you learn about our site?

Select One

Select One

Reset

Send

Site Administrator: Seunghun Ok at sok@gmu.edu

Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities at George Mason University:

4400 University Drive, MS 1F2; Fairfax, Virginia 22030 Phone/TDD: 703-993-3670; Fax: 703-993-3681

Text links

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Bye!Thanks for getting in touch with us. We hope to see you again in the near future.Back to the Beginning

Text links

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Recommendations:

  • Replace the current page, http://www.literacyaccessonline.com/Home/join/registerme.asp , with the “Congratulations on Registering” welcome pages, shown earlier in this presentation.
  • Since there will be “auto login,” delete the current login welcome page,
  • http://www.literacyaccessonline.com/index.asp , from the LAO site.
  • Also, since the registration is now more complete, delete the current reminder page,
  • http://www.literacyaccessonline.com/Home/login/group_list.asp , from the LAO site.
  • Leave similar “Account Management” pages as they currently are on the LAO site.
  • Edit the current “Site Comments“ page on the LAO site, which is located at
  • http://www.literacyaccessonline.com/Comm/comments.asp , to become a “Contact Us” page,
  • reflecting the following changes.
  • Edit the yellow “Site Comments“ button on the main book navigation bar to reflect the following changes, becoming “Contact Us,” accordingly.
  • Edit the current “Bye” page on the LAO site, which thanks the user for his/her comments and which is located at http://www.literacyaccessonline.com/Home/login/bye.asp?cmmt=yes , to reflect the following slight wording change.
  • The Home Page is the perfect place for advertisements of future LAO features.
  • Make sure all references to “student” throughout the site, including Help, are changed to “reader.”
  • Future design team(s) should question use of student’s/reader’s “screen name” and “password” on registration. Currently, these fields are not used, but they exist in registration.
  • Add Phase 6 Team to Developers page at http://www.literacyaccessonline.com/Home/developers.asp .
  • “Select from Story Bank” needs to be changed to “Read from the Bank,” throughout the site. And whenever a user has added stories of his/her own to the Bank, the phrase will be changed to “Read from Your Bank.”
  • If a new user clicks on any book buttons, etc., without signing in and without officially “entering as a guest,” he/she will be able to navigate wherever he/she wishes, without getting any additional “guest” welcome pages. Reminders of the “benefits of registration” will be provided at the location of actual activities, such as Story Builder.