Tag Archives: web accessibility

How “open-source” is Sakai?

Yesterday I had the privilege of heading down to the University of Virginia and catching up with Steve Stedman and crew who are strongly considering piloting a WordPress Multi-user installation for their ITC group. We talked a bit over a … Continue reading

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Commodore 64 theme for WordPress

BoingBoing has linked to a Commodore 64 theme for WordPress. So, having spent so much time as of late trying to make WP aesthetically pleasing, fluid, integrated, and easy to navigate, it was nice to set up a blog that … Continue reading

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Building Rich Communities with Wikis

Stewart Mader and John Willinsky separately discussed how we imagine the wiki in new and powerful ways. Stewart Mader did an excellent job of giving an overview of re-conceptualizing the wiki space as a collaborative, distributed publishing platform, while John … Continue reading

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How accessible is your campus CMS?

This is the first of a series of posts through which I will attempt to catch up on ELI 2007. Mark Felix (Instructional Applications Support, The University of Arizona), Alan Foley (Learning Technology Liaison, University of Wisconsin System Administration) and … Continue reading

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