Student help wanted! - This summer, learn while you earn. Build and update web page structure and content.
Provide web services support to the college community. Other duties may include creating
training materials, documentation and conducting general administrative tasks. [Learn more and apply]
Make your Word documents accessible - This topic gives you step-by-step instructions to make your Word documents accessible
to people with disabilities. Word has many features built-in that help people with
different abilities to read and author documents. Word also offers the Accessibility
Checker that locates elements that might cause problems for people with disabilities.
[Learn more about making your Word docs accessible]
OmniUpdate Learning Management System (LMS) - The OU Campus LMS offers training courses and materials related to the use and
administration of OU Campus. The courses are self-paced and include videos, quizzes, and related technical and
reference material. The LMS is a resource that is available to all administrators
and users for the college. Learn how to get started.
World's Best Headlines: BBC News - Precise communication in a handful of words? The editors at BBC News achieve it
every day, offering remarkable headline usability. It's hard enough to write for the
Web and meet the guidelines for concise, scannable, and objective content. It's even
harder to write Web headlines. [Learn more about writing headlines]
Website Planning Guide - The first step in designing any website is to define your goals. Without a clearly
stated mission and objectives, the project will drift, bog down, or continue past
an appropriate endpoint. Careful planning and a clear purpose are the keys to success
in building websites, particularly when you are working as part of a development team.
[Learn more about website planning]
Earn an "A" in Accessibility - Let's make CCRI's website even better. To adhere to accessibility guidelines, no link text should read "click here" or "read
more," and no page should have duplicate link titles. Always specify what the visitor
is clicking on, what they are reading more about. [Learn more about accessibility]