Visual materials for each week were organized in separate tabs. Using resources from several databases and private collections, an array of materials was assembled that solved the dilemma of providing comparative resources.
The PITF organized the website into weekly pages that included all of teaching materials. Students could find the materials needed to prepare for tests, assignments, as well as other resources including audio files, online dictionaries, and supplementary materials.
The PITF produced a 7-minute video each week, integrating American religious music, slide images from lectures, YouTube videos, webpage screenshots, and religious music videos. The videos were started while students were settling in at the beginning of class and again during the class break. At the end of the semester, these were combined to give a comprehensive overview of the course, its scope, and its trajectory.