Web Publishing Resources
Southeastern’s Web Policy outlines the standards and principles governing all pages on the University’s website.
In order to ensure that Southeastern’s website meets the goals outlined in its policy, the Web Content & Style Guidelines provide the minimum requirements for all web pages on the University’s website.
Assignment of Web Addresses
General information and policies pertaining to the assignment of web addresses on Southeastern's website including sub-domains, short URL's (redirects), and virtually-hosted sites.
These How Do I? instructions will help you get started working in Collage, the university’s Web content management system.
Learn the differences between Collage and OU Campus, the new web content management system.
Web Browser Information
Are you using the latest version of your browser? Find out how upgrading your browser will enhance your web experience.
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Software & Web Resources
Downloads that will update your web browser and Java.
Free PDF creator software for those that need to create printalbe, easy to use documents.
Freeware that will help you manipulate graphics and photos for your website.
Freeware that users with HTML experience may find useful.
Learning how Web audiences use the Web will help you develop user-friendly content for your Web site.
Garrett, Jesse James. (2003). The Elements of User Experience: User-centered Design for the Web. New York: American Institute of Graphic Arts
Krug, Steve. (2000). Don’t Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability. Berkeley, CA: New Riders Publishing
Rawlins, Nathan. (2004). Web Content Management for Dummies: Efficiently manage changes to your Web content. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Publishing Inc.