Web Office News
Accessible Websites Webinar, January 30 & 31
There will be a webinar on Monday and Tuesday on the topic of Accessible Websites from 10-11:30 in Library 114. Everyone who is developing HSU websites is encouraged to attend.
Institutions of higher education want to use the internet to reach faculty, staff, and students. However, failing to create an architecture that can be accessed by those with disabilities can create a climate of discrimination. Understanding the current legal landscape of online accessibility - and the techniques to design accessible web environments - grows more important as universities rely more on the web to communicate with all their constituents. Accessible Websites: Compliance And Design will both address modern compliance requirements and provide modern design techniques to address this issue.
Monday, January 30, 2006 10:00 - 11:30 a.m., Library Room 114
Knowing the Legal Landscape
Tuesday, January 31, 2006 10:00 - 11:30 a.m., Library Room 114
Designing Accessible Websites
This conference is sponsored by the HSU EnAct Leadership Team (Ensuring Access through Collaboration and Technology).
01/26/06 • Permalink
New Web Office Site Launched
The new University Web Office site launched December 20, 2005.
The site also features a series of articles related to various aspects of web development. We will be posting articles to this section frequently, as a resource for campus web developers.
You can subscribe to the news and articles posted on this site through our RSS feed, and as well as add your comments and questions to the site directly.
Please let us know what you think, and if you have any questions.
12/20/05 • Permalink
Coming Soon: New Web Office Site
The Web Office site is being redesigned, and the focus is changing. The new site will focus more on providing resources to university web developers and fostering a web development community at HSU.
Features will include a repository of articles about various aspects of web development, the ability to comment on articles and interact with fellow web developers on campus, and RSS feeds to articles on this site.
More is coming soon, so stay tuned.
11/22/05 • Permalink