Often the website is our first introduction so it better be good!
- Adobe Contributeis the main tool to edit the LMC website.
Please contact IT Services to request the software. Then contact the web administrator for an access key and a training session.
- SiteImprove is the service we use to check your website for broken links, misspellings and web accessibility. Then contact the web administrator to request an account.
- For D2L online classes support please contact the Instructional Technology Support Coordinator.
Got a source you like that is not listed here you want to share? Please share!
Do you have a muliti-page PDF that you would like to keep that way but also want to link to a specific page in the PDF? The quickest and easiest way is to just append the page number to the end of your web address like this: #page=<pagenum> When you click on the link below you will automatically go to page 29 of this document.
See more parameters at the Adobe website
One of the best alternatives I've found for embedding your PDFs in a webpage is issuu.com and now you can link to a specific page in your document by "clipping" the content.
Below are links to sites that allow you to post your content. Many of these are both video, photo and music sharing and most of all of them supply embed codes so that you can insert them into your web pages using the HTML snippet command in Adobe Contribute.
Copyright free image
Image editing programs(free alternatives to Photoshop)
Photo and image editing online
YouTube is by far is the the most accessible free video hosting service available. It does not require additional plugins to be installed on most computers and will play on most mobile devices. It has free captioning services that work fairly well and will translate into 50 different languages but you still need to edit the captioning yourself since their auto captioning is fairly unreadable - it's a good place to start. If you need help with how to caption or embedding the content on your site please contact thelmcwebadministrator.
LMC has their own youtube account with people who have already subscribed to the video feed. If you want your video posted publically on the LMC youtube channel please contact the LMC web administrator. Otherwise you can easily start your own channel and link it to your website for a more specific group of followers.
3CMediaA free resource provided by the State Chancellors office. The video content you upload here is available in your D2L classrooms. They also provide free close captioning and video editing of your presentations. You must sign up for an account. There are no restrictions on the length of the video and videos here can be posted privately and shared with ony those who have a link.