Ink stands for Internet News Knowledge. It is a website to create an Internet community and expand knowledge in secondary school journalism education. The site is a project for the ThinkQuest '98 International Internet Competition.
About The Site
Our team spent a lot of time developing our site's content and design. We've attempted to make it accessible to everyone, consistent and stable for easy navigation and use, and incorporated many unique "community-developing" features, such as our extensive Forums.
For more information, visit Site Info.
About The Team
Our team of three Grade Eleven students may have roots in the same place, but today Brett Tabor of rural Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada, Krista Johanson of suburban Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and Shayda Daley of urban Haifa, Israel, have come to know each other once more; it took the Internet - and ThinkQuest - to bring us together again.
For more information, visit Team Info.
Ink is an extensive educational project, researched and developed by our team. To view our references, citations, and special credits, along with information on "gathered" content for the ThinkQuest compeition, visit Credits.