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Contact Information

Jim KirbyJim Kirby
Manager, Internet Technologies,
Design & Content
Knight Campus
Room 3556
Staff Website
Faculty Website

Dan BakerDan Baker
Web Developer/Designer
Knight Campus
Room 3562
Website Team
Content Managers
Student Asst. Web Developers

Stephanie Pike
Michelle Cruz

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Information Technology - Web Services

Student assistant web developer Student assistant web developer needed - This is a student assistant position that will work in the IT Web Services division to build and update web page structure and content. The position will provide customer web support to the college community. Other duties may include creating training materials, documentation and conducting general administrative tasks. [Learn more about student asst web dev]

Avoiding Accessibility IssuesEarn 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, and what specific course/program/class is being linked to.[Learn more about accessibility]

Web Workshop Web Workshop Wednesdays - CCRI website content managers can join Web Services for "Web Workshop Wednesdays." Every Wednesday from 3 to 4 p.m., we will hold an open workshop for CCRI website content managers. [Read More about Workshop Wednesdays]

W3C TipsDon't use "click here" as link text - What a link means
When calling the user to action, use brief but meaningful link text that: provides some information when read out of context, explains what the link offers, doesn't talk about mechanics and is not a verb phrase [Learn more about meaningful text]

Learn Avoid PDF for On-Screen Reading - Summary: Forcing users to browse PDF files makes usability approximately 300% worse compared to HTML pages. Only use PDF for documents that users are likely to print. In those cases, following six basic guidelines will minimize usability problems. [Learn more about reducing PDFs]

OU Campus OU Campus v10 - On Sept. 19, 2014, OmniUpdate upgraded CCRI's OU Campus account to version 10. There are many new features and functions that will be available. Please take some time to see what's new. You can also visit the OU Campus v10 support site or view video tutorials.
[Learn more about OU10]

Last Updated: 6/10/16