Monthly Archives: October 2009

ALT Tags Benefit Everyone

I know I keep exclaiming that adding ALT tags to images benefit everyone, not just users on screen readers, but here is the perfect case of WHY it benefits users on visual browsers. Here is a site in my bookmark … Continue reading

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Google Server Set Up and Neural Nets

The keynote at the CIC Tech conference by Charles Severance was very informative if you are interested in Google. There were several factoids that I found interesting, but what I noticed the most is that the Google server architecture is … Continue reading

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2 Accessibility Presentations CIC CIO Tech Presentation

The first was given at the CIC Tech Forum conference on Oct 6 and discusses the challenges of implementing accessible content in an higher education environment, especially now that a “developer” may now be an instructor. A key factor is … Continue reading

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