posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 08:21 PM
This happened to me when I had to build a "group site". There were 4 of us in a group, and at the time, only another person and myself were in
communication (and we got our portions of the website done).
What we did was:
1. Made sure our work (meaning the stuff we were supposed to work on) was done and complete.
2. We told the instructor, well, it was more of a warning, that we were the only ones that did work on the website (which was obvious, because the
areas that the other members were covering were blank).
What the instructor did was, in our case, made it an individual grade. My other partner and myself got full credit, because we did the work, and as
for the other two, they failed the assignment. An instructor isn't blind; they can see when things are not working out.
I advise that you let the teacher know what's going on right now. Don't worry about feeling like a "tattle-tail". I say this because I would
assume that in a real job, if a coworker isn't doing their share of the work, you would go to the Boss or Manager and let them know.
Also, just like we did, I advise you make sure your portion of the work is done. If your feeling revengeful (I don't recommend, but am including it
nonetheless), try to make the website yourself.
If you just want it out of the way, just do your portion, keep trying to contact them, and finally let the teacher know. When you do try to contact
them, remind them that the project is due in [x] days, and even possibly hint that your going to the instructor on this.
Apart from that, look into Dreamweaver. You can literally build a basic website with a few clicks of a mouse.