If you access this service from off campus, use either this link --
http://www.lib.umich.edu/database/link/29235 -- which will automatically
take you through the library's proxy server and grant you access or use
the proxy server bookmarklet to reload the page. The bookmarklet is
Here are the results of my query to www-sig asking what CMS units use for their main site on April 20, 2012:
Michigan State University's Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting (UARC) will host Michigan's 6th annual World Usability Day event on November 11th at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center in East Lansing. This year’s theme will be Mobile Communication and will focus on the usability of websites on cell phones, tablets, PDAs, and other portable devices.
Serve static content from a different domain to boost performance.
Group CSS rules by media type for better performance.
Using the html 5 video and audio tags in all modern browsers.
Improving website performance.
In lieu of a presentation, the August www-sig meeting will be a working meeting. Since February 2010, several www-sig participants have been working on and off on a "Webmaster Basics" curriculum. In its current form, this curriculum is just a series of web pages. We plan to host it on the IT Commons Knowledge Base wiki, although we have not put our content up there yet. At the August 12 meeting, the group will take an informal look at some early drafts of Webmaster Basics content.
From: Wells, Cindy
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2010 9:26 AM
Subject: Collaboration suite handouts from last week
Thanks so much for the discussion about collaboration tools last week. I really enjoyed hearing from all of you and getting your feedback on the future collaboration environment for the university. I am attaching the slide deck that we went over and the Cloud Computing Privacy and Data Security Task Force Report. As always, please feel free to send any suggestion or questions. We will also be starting a Yammer discussion group so that we can extend the discussion.
Description from Cindy Wells (ITS)