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Computers and the Internet have changed our classroom expectations by increasing the access to information, resources, and other people. As digital media develops and grows, there is an increasing push to ensure that all people have equal access to digital content regardless of their physical abilities. Accessibility includes creating course materials and using websites that are designed in a logical and intuitive way so they can be used as effectively as possible.
WordPress users: Are bloated image files taking up all the space in your website? Try replacing them with optimized versions in order to save room.
In a few weeks, you’ll notice some big changes to your myOleMiss interface. Since rolling out the original portal design in 2008, all of our first-hand experience and collected feedback have provided us with clear directions for improving it. On September 20, we’ll be rolling out those improvements to everyone. Here are some highlights.
Learn more about developing accessible websites for students, staff, and faculty with disabilities by attending virtual conference sessions. The Accessing Higher Ground Virtual Conference focuses on the implementation and benefits of Accessible Media, Universal Design and Assistive Technology in the higher education setting. There are numerous sessions on best practices for web design, reaching untapped […]
Please be reminded that all UM Web content (websites and Web pages) must be in at least minimal compliance with the guidelines addressed in the UM Accessibility of Technology Services Policy by September 1, 2013. The goal of making technology accessible is to eliminate barriers to electronic material for all potential users, including those who […]
Sai Kiran Vudutala is a computer science graduate student whose goal was to make searching the university’s website better and easier. The new Search application, available on the UM home page, is better than ever. Until now, it was often difficult to find specific things on the UM Website because the old search relied […]
In October, the University of Mississippi (UM) conducted a survey on the UM Website Redesign Project to gauge initial reactions and to gather input for future enhancements to the UM Website. The survey was open to students, parents, employees, alumni, fans and other interested individuals who were age 18 or older. To be eligible to win, survey participants […]