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Google has ended its practice of scanning its users' Apps for Education accounts for advertising purposes after being sued by students and other Gmail users last year, the company announced Wednesday. There's more information on Google's enterprise blog at:
Accessibility and Google Apps became an issue recently when complaints of discrimination were filed against New York University and Northwestern University. The complaints charged that the schools’ Google Apps implementations were not fully compatible with text-to-speech conversion technology, thus discriminating against students who are blind.
By default, your site will only be available to everybody at Humboldt State University. You'll likely want to change this, for not only does this limit your audience to the HSU community, it also means that the viewers of your site must have taken the ATI training.
On the Create new site in humboldt.edu page, click More Options, and select your desired site visibility. In the example below, we've selected Everybody at Humboldt State University and Also let anyone in the world view this site (make it public).
Blogger is a blog-publishing service run by Google that allows creation of weblogs with time-stamped entries. If you have used WYSIWYG page authoring tools such as Dreamweaver in the past, you will be comfortable with using Google Sites. Unlike Google Sites, Alternative Text (ALT tags) will have to be generated manually.
Google Sites offers single-click page creation, customizable look and feel, dozens of pre-built templates, and settings for accessing and sharing information. If you have used WYSIWYG page authoring tools such as Dreamweaver in the past, you will be comfortable with using Google Sites.
Be aware that the URLs generated by Google Sites automatically use whatever name you choose for the site and are in the following form: