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  • University of Hawaii Web Standards
    questions that are not addressed in standard references or where UH practice varies from the norm Site standards Graphics relative to system department offices or individual campuses Official university seal and nameplate in the top left hand corner Designated color used as the primary color Font family is Arial sans serif Content and links Clearly indicate college school office department etc Seal and nameplate on the top left hand corner links back to the system or campus homepage example system sites link back to www hawaii edu Contact information EEO AA statement with link to Anti discrimination policy page The University of Hawai i is an equal opportunity affirmative action institution Link to Usage Policy Viewing Policy EP2 210 Copyright date Link to Emergency information page with UH Alerts Last modified date View a larger version of this illustration Web content best practices People rarely read entire pages on the web They scan copy looking for key words headings and lists or use search to find what they need Web content needs to be clear concise and direct Write in an active voice Use informative headings and simple sentences Create short paragraphs with one topic Keep it simple Use the Inverted pyramid style The most important information is presented first More detailed information follows After scanning the first line of your text viewers will know if this is the information they need and will continue reading If not they will skip it and move on Visitors to your site want to instantly know who where what and how of your site Other Important points Abbreviation and acronym tags Use tags online to spell out acronyms in code Hawaiian words Diacriticals and proper usage are important The web has a global audience Never assume people understand even the most commonly used

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/offices/eaur/webstandards.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Page Redirection
    If you are not redirected automatically follow the link to UH in the News

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/news/coverage/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Information Technology Building at the University of Hawaii
    A dedication blessing of the new Information Technology Center was held on Monday December 16 2013 Opened in February 2014 the 74 000 square foot facility became the new home base for UH Information Technology Services staff The six story IT Center will house enterprise information and communications technology systems and services that support modern teaching administration and research for all ten UH campuses and students throughout the state of Hawai i Building features Disaster hardened 8 000 square foot data center for enterprise servers storage and communications High quality space for faculty to develop digital content Meeting and training rooms with teleconferencing capabilities Modern workspaces for ITS staff An emergency situation room to support UH disaster response Project details Construction dates February 2012 Fall 2013 Size Approximately 74 000 square feet Location Immediately east of Bilger Addition on the UH Mānoa campus Sustainability Pending LEED silver certification based on green design strategies Key building partners Information Technology Services UH System Office of Capital Improvements UH System Ferraro Choi and Associates Ltd Architect dck pacific construction LLC General Contractor Bowers Kubota Consulting Construction Manager Historical Timeline News Dec 16 2013 Dedication Blessing Press Release Dec 16 2013 UH Information Technology

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/technology/itcenter/?pv=text (2016-02-15)
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  • Remarks at the Information Technology Center Groundbreaking
    that half the campus still had power to support the recovery efforts Just over 7 years has passed since the infamous Halloween eve flood and it s hard to imagine that scene of complete devastation when you look today at buildings like Hamilton Library The lessons learned from that experience however have stayed with us and will continue to serve the university well into the future It s those lessons and our goals to provide a 21st century learning and research environment for our students faculty and staff that have inspired the building that will be constructed on this site the University of Hawai i Information Technology Center I m sure not too many people outside of those of us here today are aware that the University of Hawai i currently houses the data center that provides internet access not only for all UH campuses statewide but also for our Hawai i state government including State Civil Defense With our computing center located on the ground floor mud from the 2004 flood approached to within just yards of the university s primary technology infrastructure and the main data center was without power The impact on the State of Hawai i could ve been tremendous had flooding forced that mud any further With this new Information Technology Center we will have much less to worry about Mission critical system and network connections will be above ground level with full generator backup in a dedicated state of the art and energy efficient data center The center will also feature the university s first emergency situation room providing space with available power and communications suitable for UH administrators and emergency personnel to manage disasters and other crisis situations Our Hawai i Graduation Initiative focuses on access affordability and student success We are well on our way to reaching our goal of increasing the number of college graduates by 25 percent by the year 2015 Our distance learning programs and online course offerings are an important part of this initiative and this new center will provide the services to support this modern teaching effort We will have facilities to support our faculty and staff in producing engaging digital media for education and research The center will also provide access to advanced teleconferencing and collaboration environments for members of the UH community to work with colleagues and peers statewide as well as across the country and around the world Our researchers collaborate every day with team members around the world on groundbreaking projects and experiments Enhanced connections will support our efforts to inspire innovation and build the university s research enterprise to become a key economic engine for the state Sustainability is and will be a large theme of our efforts moving forward and this facility will support our efforts By consolidating our IT systems which are currently scattered throughout various buildings on campus into one facility specifically designed to support these systems in an efficient manner we will achieve substantial gains in energy efficiency

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/offices/op/2012/0203-itcenter.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Photos of Information Technology Center Construction
    Units Information Technology Services Office of Technology Transfer and Economic Development OTTED Department of Educational Technology ETEC This page is maintained by External Affairs and University Relations Time lapse of the IT Center Construction Large Frame Noon day Time Lapse 2 4 2012 4 22 13 MPG video Noon day Time Lapse as seen from SOEST building 2 4 2012 1 21 2013 MPG video Time Lapse of Portable Demolishing

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/technology/itcenter/photos.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Quarterly eWaste Pick-Up Program at the University of Hawaii
    program is for UH equipment ONLY no personal or public eWaste Pickup of obsolete equipment is slated during the months of January April July and October each year Although the program is sponsored courtesy of Apple all brands of electronics are accepted Check the UH Quarterly eWaste Pick Up Program 2013 Equipment List for accepted items All equipment collected through the program will be recycled domestically in the United States in an environmentally responsible way none of the commodity materials or byproducts of the recycling process are shipped outside of North America A Certificate of Destruction will be provided when the destruction of the equipment is completed Program Requirements You should ensure that any hard drives being recycled have been cleansed of all sensitive data For comprehensive information concerning clearing of data refer to the AskUs article Recycling Electronic Devices Securely You are encouraged to advertise equipment for reuse on the UH Electronic Swap Meet prior to recycling All equipment must be processed per the Disposal Guidelines For Unused UH Computer Equipment Contacts Hawai i Island Hawai i Community College Stephen Schulte Follow procedures in this document University of Hawai i at Hilo Nonparticipant Kaua i Kaua i Community College Tom Kajihara Maui University of Hawai i Maui College Robert Albert Robert E Burton O ahu Honolulu Community College Michael Meyer John A Burns School of Medicine Follow the procedures in this document Kapi olani Community College Kevin Andreshak Gordon Man Leeward Community College Sandra Maeda Penny Uyehara Grant Okamura Horacio Rojas University of Hawai i at Mānoa Follow the procedures in this document University of Hawai i West O ahu Stacey Sawa James Yamaguchi Windward Community College Andy Li Sherry Ching Recycling Responsibly Due to the rapid advancement of technology electronic equipment is the largest growing category of solid

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/technology/recycle/?pv=text (2016-02-15)
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  • Arts and community at the University of Hawaii
    digital media the campuses of the University of Hawai i System are centers of creative culture For arts and culture events near you check out the UH Events Calendar or the specific facility sites listed below Performance Venues UH Hilo Performing Arts Center Kennedy Theatre Mānoa Leeward CC Theatre Performing Arts Center Kaua i Paliku Theatre Windward Music Hawai i Music Institute Windward KTUH FM Radio Online Music at Mānoa

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/arts/outlets.html?pv=text (2016-02-15)
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    Original URL path: /art/jyma/index.html (2016-02-15)




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