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Web governance problems continuously plague educational institutions, as many departments view sites as their own, rather than as a collective part of the institution. As a result, usability suffers as users find sites graphically and textually diverse, and difficult to navigate. Siteimprove can help!

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Siteimprove for Education

Work smarter not harder. With Siteimprove for Education it’s easy to assign roles and responsibilities, locate broken links and misspellings, optimize website content for search engines, see WCAG 2.0 issues and make your websites truly web accessible, monitor response times, and help users find the information they need.

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Higher Education Insights

A resource center developed by Siteimprove to provide city, county, state, and federal government agencies with access to data trends, studies, and stories which help compare websites to others and see what steps can be taken to improve.

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  • Quickly Identify Broken Links

    Siteimprove’s crawlers check every link on every single page of your site so that you don’t have to. With options to filter broken links by internal and external, you can quickly see where the problem lies. Plus run reports at any time to instantly see your progress.

  • Stress-free Language Management

    Easily see every spelling mistake on your website, and utilize the powerful dictionary editing features to eliminate false positives and proactively flag inappropriate words. Plus if you were to accidentally add a misspelled word to the dictionary it’s no problem as all changes can be reviewed and edited.

  • Check website accessibility issues WCAG 2.0

    Issues and Guidelines in Siteimprove Accessibility checks and identifies the WCAG 2.0 success criteria conformance levels A, AA and AAA for ensuring accessible web content. For instance, missing text alternatives, such as success criteria 1.1.1 Non-text Content which affects screen readers accessing images and even search engine performance. Siteimprove Accessibility also helps list and prioritize errors, flags warnings and allows you to review and ignore WGAG 2.0 issues accordingly.

  • Check online PDF document accessibility errors

    As well as scanning web pages for WCAG 2.0 accessibility issues Siteimprove Accessibility also scans all of your site’s PDFs for detectable issues as part of WCAG 2.0 / ISO 14289-1:2012 / Matterhorn Protocol. This includes full document and single page element accessibility issues affecting usability, from missing headings and bookmarks to images without alternative text.

  • Schedule and Customize Reports

    Siteimprove Quality Assurance custom reports are delivered directly to your inbox, with prioritized error lists directing your attention to where it’s needed most. Plus generate, schedule and customize unlimited report templates to suit you or your staff’s needs.

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  • Expert Technical Assistance

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  • As a one-person marketing team, Siteimprove helps me work smarter, not harder. The easy interface and daily reports make it easy to find website errors before customers do. Don’t overlook the opportunity to have a web quality control source so easily available to you!

    Marketing Director at Senn Delaney Leadership Consulting Group, LLC.
  • Siteimprove Quality Assurance, quite simply put is indispensable. I manage a higher ed website with thousands of pages and since incorporating Siteimprove into our maintenance schedule I have confidence that users will not find broken links or spelling errors, both which erode our credibility as an institution of higher learning. Whether a broken link is the result of a change from an external site we are linked to or a domino effect from something we have done elsewhere on the site, Siteimprove alerts us to the problem and we can address the issue quickly. The ability to segment and share the reports enables those closest to specific content to be involved in a productive and expedient way.

    Assistant Director of Communications at Cornell University