- January 31, 2006
Feeds are a useful way to subscribe to the information on a web site. When you subscribe to a feed, you get updated when information is added to the site. We've written an overview of feeds and how they work. Check it out!
- December 9, 2005
Provides an overview of podcasts and podcasting, and brief instructions on how to subscribe to a podcast.
- December 2, 2005
This article provides information on MPEG-4 video, the H.264 codec, and free software for Macs and Windows PCs that will allow you to access high-quality video content on your computer.
- October 28, 2005
- June 28, 2005
How do people read on the web? Mostly they don't. They skim and scan the screen for the information they're seeking. To ensure that the message you're putting out there actually gets across, you need to adapt your writing to fit this reading style.
- December 13, 2004The departmental website standards are now available on our website. This document is still in progress, but it represents the state of the art in the thinking of the Web Communications and the Dean of the College offices. More information about the guidelines
- July 15, 2004
To help serve Carleton's web site editors, Web Communications and Development now has a section devoted to frequently asked questions about the Reason content management system. Link: Reason FAQs
- March 9, 2004
Web Communications and Development has created a URL shortening service that can make it easier to create short Carleton URLs for use in e-mail and print.
- January 9, 2004
Tables are often used to arrange information on a Web page. Find out why this is not always a good idea, and discover some other methods to make your pages stand out.