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Information Technology

Siteimprove

We are excited to announce availability of Siteimprove, a quality and accessibility management tool available to all OMNI web content editors at Columbia, MJC and YCCD. 

New user webinar (use your YCCD email/password to log in)

Overview webinar from February 19, 2020

Siteimprove Presentation to YCCD

What is Siteimprove?

Siteimprove is a full-featured web quality and accessibility management tool.  Siteimprove offers complete visibility across your content quality and performance and integrates seamlessly with the OUCampus/Omni web content editor.  Accessible web design is a core tenant of the product and it highlights issues with web content or design that need to be addressed from an accessibility standpoint.  Siteimprove offers at-a-glance dashboard features and rich reporting that pinpoints where improvements can be made to increase your levels of web quality and accessibility.

Why do I need Siteimprove?

  • How often have you produced content for the web only to later realize you missed a spelling error?
  • How often have you come across pages that have bad links?
  • Have you ever wanted data on how often pages were viewed and how people are getting to them?
  • If you were able to answer any of these questions, utilizing a web quality and accessibility management tool, like Siteimprove, will reduce, or potentially eliminate any of the above from occurring.

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