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Cornell University will be hosting its first Web Accessibility Camp August 6-8, 2018: "Universal Design for Any Person, Any Study." Join us for sessions hosted by WebAIM, Siteimprove, Cornell Information Technologies, and more. On Monday, August 6, 2018 WebAIM will offer a half-day training for...Read more
This class is for beginning web developers with little or no previous knowledge of Dreamweaver or web development. Also appropriate for experienced web developers to need to refresh their skills in or transition to Dreamweaver development environment. Participants will learn how to define a Web...Read more
This course is designed to develop skills in creating interactive eLearning content using Captivate. Learn how to build content from start to finish, including software demonstrations, simulations and quizzes, and discuss publishing options. This course is appropriate for individuals who have never...Read more
Join us on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at 2:00pm in 701 Clark Hall for a discussion of Cornell’s new and updated space policies that are being used to shape the Scheduling and Space Inventory project. We will review Cornell space and scheduling policies, including Access to Space for Events, Use of...Read more
Git is being used by many projects across campus and specifically utilized for many cloudification project elements. This course is designed for those who have never used Git before and/or want to learn how to use Git in concert with GitHub. This is an introductory course with the goal of becoming...Read more
Deliver meaningful real-time metrics, measurements and facts to your CEO, CFO, and other business users when you master the components in Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE). This class is for people who have had some experience with OBIEE Answers (at least approximately 20...Read more
This 3-day course provides students with business process analysis techniques to examine how things are currently being done and create solution options that improve business processes. It provides business analysts a tool for understanding core business processes so they can provide alternative...Read more
This course is designed to teach participants how to navigate the Illustrator environment, create a simple illustration, apply color, add drawing paths and work with text, layers, fills and colors. This course is recommended for individuals who are new to Illustrator or those who are self-taught...Read more
This course was designed for those responsible for entering and maintaining content in Cornell sites. In this 3-hour workshop, you will learn more about the tools available to test your content for accessibility, how to make your content accessible, along with focused time on how to make PDF’s...Read more
CIT’s Custom Development team is hosting a 4-hour hands-on workshop to inform participants about web accessibility and instruct on how to evaluate websites for conformance with WCAG 2.0 and interpret the results. Custom Development incorporates Web Accessibility best practices into all of our...Read more

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