This page showcases publicly available websites created and managed by Tessa Alexander.

The main criteria behind each project have been to produce accessible web sites, incorporating web standards and guidelines. The projects were also implemented using free software. Making use of open source technologies has also shaped the choice of technologies.

The projects below use content management systems.

Projects hosted on Zope & Apache Web Servers

Check the Map - Find any Learning Disability Service across the UK

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This site has been set up to make it easy for everyone to find any Learning Disability service anywhere in the UK and Ireland. From Advocacy to Basic Skills, Communication to Drama Groups, just click the map to discover all the wonderful organisations in your area.

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SCIPS - Strategies for the Creation of Inclusive Programmes of Study

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This resource offers strategies for promoting inclusive teaching, learning and assessment within Higher Education. SCIPS acts as a gateway to hundreds of other resources resulting from research and project work conducted within the realm of equal opportunities in higher education both in the UK and overseas.

Related websites: QATRAIN and European partner sites:

Other projects commissioned by the University of Worcester

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Projects using Apache Web Servers

Grenada Lifestyle Centre

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A centre whose aim is to promote a holistic approach to lifestyle changes through health promotion, educational programming and service to the community.

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Illuminescent

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A website advertising Aromatherapy, Holistic Massage, Life and Business Coaching.

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Tine Van lent

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A website showcasing the work of a Belgian illustrator.

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About Content Management Systems

A CMS is software, usually a database driven application, that will make it easy to create and maintain websites and manage all publishing formats associated with the World Wide Web.

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Additional features may include: