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Web Developer Meeting

The last web developer meeting was on 06.24.2011. It was held at Pugh Hall Rm 210 and was hosted by Daniel Westermann-Clark. In case you missed it, or you missed a link that was mentioned, then you are in luck. The notes are posted below for your convenience. Priscilla Chapman and Carl Perry E-Learning services, [...] more…


Web Accessibility Online Seminar – Official UF Page

The folks at Environments for Humans are really firing on all cylinders with this Web Accessibility online seminar and have added event more great speakers to the lineup, including Derek Featherstone, who will be talking about mobile accessibility. We have created an official page for this event, so you don’t have to try and track [...] more…

Accessibility Summit, Hosted by UF Webadmin

In a previous blog post, we discussed how building accessible websites requires both caring and training. We already know that many of you care about creating websites that are easier to use for everyone – so we’re determined to do our part and provide training. We are offering the Environments for Humans’ Accessibility Summit to [...] more…

IT + Social Media Article Featured in EdTech Magazine

Web Administration Director Christine Schoaff and I were recently asked to write an article about the role that IT plays in managing social media. After some deliberation – and many revisions – our article was published in the September/October 2010 issue of EdTech Magazine. Because readers are naturally drawn to lists, we created our own [...] more…

Favorite Links from July

You’ll love these links we discovered in July. As always, we have lots of variety, including presentation tips, website launch suggestions and mobile web development. Launchlist Getting ready to launch a new website but nervous that you’ve missed something? Are you your own QA tester? Take a look at Launchlist. This web-based checklist helps you [...] more…

Nominate an IT web person for a UF Award

Do you know a UF web person that you think deserves special recognition for a job (or jobs) well done? Well, now’s your chance to get them the kudos they deserve! The Office of Information Technology is soliciting nominations for several IT awards. Update: The deadline to nominate is August 23. According to the UF [...] more…

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