Web Accessibility - The University of Melbourne

success fail Aug OCT Dec 08 2013 2014 2015 3,183 captures 18 Feb 2004 - 22 Sep 2018 About this capture COLLECTED BY Organization: Internet Archive These crawls are part of an effort to archive pages as they are created and archive the pages that they refer to. That way, as the pages that are referenced are changed or taken from the web, a link to the version that was live when the page was written will be preserved.

Then the Internet Archive hopes that references to these archived pages will be put in place of a link that would be otherwise be broken, or a companion link to allow people to see what was originally intended by a page's authors.

The goal is to fix all broken links on the web. Crawls of supported "No More 404" sites. Collection: Wikipedia Near Real Time (from IRC) This is a collection of web page captures from links added to, or changed on, Wikipedia pages. The idea is to bring a reliability to Wikipedia outlinks so that if the pages referenced by Wikipedia articles are changed, or go away, a reader can permanently find what was originally referred to.

This is part of the Internet Archive's attempt to rid the web of broken links. TIMESTAMPS

Web Accessibility


Standards

The University of Melbourne web site aims to comply with WCAG 2.0 Level AA.
More about Standards

Accessibility Statements

Guide for Academics

Tips and advice that students with disabilities want teachers to know.
Guides for Academics

What to Fix

Video Captioning

Adding closed captions and transcripts to YouTube clips and other multimedia content. More about Captioning

Contact Us

For assistance or to report accessibility problems please contact:

Andrew Normand,
Web Accessibility Program Leader
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +61 3 9035 4867

Accessibility



Information Services

Information Technology Services

Level 2, 258 Queensberry Street
The University of Melbourne
Parkville 3010 VIC Australia

  • Authoriser:
    Director Information Management, Information Services
  • Maintainer:
    Andrew Normand, Web Program Manager