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Site of the Month winner, March 2006: Making your teaching inclusive

April 4th, 2006

Site of the Month winner, March 2006: Making your teaching inclusive is a site that I built for The Open University. Now that’s pretty cool! Why so cool? Well it was voted for by members of the Guild of Accessible webdesigners – an international guild no less. This commands some respect since it’s been assessed […]

Making your teaching inclusive

January 14th, 2006

Making your teaching inclusive is a new website for lecturers and tutors in the higher education sector in the UK. Partly funded by the Higher Education Funding Council, the aim of the content is to educate and inform people about the needs and requirements or students with various disabilities, serving as a contant reference point. […]

Information Literacy Toolkit

December 8th, 2004

A website for Associated Lecturers (tutors). This site is the first I’ve produced to use the new OU branding. It’s only available to people with a staff logon. Incidentally, today is the day that the OU launches the newly branded website (not live yet at 15:30, but will be live by this evening). Whilst I […]

New site: The Warm

April 16th, 2004

Just putting the finishing touches to a site for my good friends Matt and Stu. It’s for their band “The Warm” and uses standards-compliant XHTML, CSS and makes some use of accessibility features. I’ve not tested it in everything yet and it’s been a bit thrown together so far but the foundations are there for […]

One down, many to go

February 17th, 2004