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  • Digital Millennium Copyright Act Notice: : University of Wisconsin–Madison
    Idea stories Wisconsin Idea database For students and staff Morgridge Center for Public Service Badger Volunteers Faculty and staff opportunities More Public Service International Learning Academic programs Admissions Language programs Student services ISS Study abroad Research Centers and programs Funding and fellowships International Institute Language Institute Connections The International Division International alumni K 12 programs Employee services IFSS More International Visiting Campus Planning a visit Campus map Campus tours Campus dining options Parking and transportation UW Hospital Where to stay Things to do Activities and attractions Arts on campus Badger athletics Events Science Campus and Visitor Relations Digital Millennium Copyright Act Notice Pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act Title 17 United States Code Section 512 c 2 as amended DMCA an agent has been designated to receive notification of claimed copyright infringement for the following University of Wisconsin Madison UW Madison domains wisc edu All such notifications relating to these domains or you could say website must be submitted in a manner consistent with the DMCA to the following Designated Agent Service Provider University of Wisconsin Madison Address of Designated Agent 1210 W Dayton Street Room 2112 Madison Wisconsin Attention Chief Information Security Officer Telephone Number of Designated Agent 608 262 8874 Facsimile Number of Designated Agent 608 262 4679 E mail Address of Designated Agent abuse wisc edu Elements of Notification In notifying us of the alleged copyright infringement please be sure to include the following information a description of the copyrighted work that is the subject of the claimed infringement if multiple works are being infringed at a single site a representative list of such works at that site is adequate a description of the infringing material and information sufficient to permit UW Madison to locate the material contact information for you including your address telephone number

    Original URL path: http://www.wisc.edu/dmca.php (2016-01-11)
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  • Disability Policies and Information: Policies: : University of Wisconsin–Madison
    Academic advising Computing DoIT Computer labs Libraries More Academics Student Life Your life at UW Madison Diversity Financial aid scholarships Health Housing Safety Student services A Z index Career services Division of Student Life Student government ASM Wisconsin Union Getting involved Leadership Recreation and sports Student organizations Volunteerism and service More Student Life Research Research on campus Centers and programs Facts and figures Libraries Research news Undergraduate research For researchers Funding opportunities Graduate School Grant administration VC for Research and Graduate Education More Research Public Service Public impact Community Relations Continuing education Corporate relations International programs K 12 programs The Wisconsin Idea What is it Its history Wisconsin Idea stories Wisconsin Idea database For students and staff Morgridge Center for Public Service Badger Volunteers Faculty and staff opportunities More Public Service International Learning Academic programs Admissions Language programs Student services ISS Study abroad Research Centers and programs Funding and fellowships International Institute Language Institute Connections The International Division International alumni K 12 programs Employee services IFSS More International Visiting Campus Planning a visit Campus map Campus tours Campus dining options Parking and transportation UW Hospital Where to stay Things to do Activities and attractions Arts on campus Badger athletics Events

    Original URL path: http://www.wisc.edu/policies/disability.php (2016-01-11)
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  • World Wide Web Accessibility: Policies: : University of Wisconsin–Madison
    Information Officer CIO may grant exceptions Each Web site must contain an accessible link or a person to contact if users have trouble accessing content within the site This would usually be the Web developer or publisher The addition of a link or contact person is not sufficient in and of itself to comply with the World Wide Web Accessibility Policy Background The World Wide Web is a major if not a primary source of information for many people Acknowledging that the University of Wisconsin Madison hereafter referred to as the University is engaged in Web development and publishing for all its constituencies this policy establishes minimum standards for Web accessibility The University along with UW System endorses the Guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium W3C as the standard for World Wide Web accessibility and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act W3C is composed of over 400 member organizations world wide public and private developing common protocols to promote the evolution of the World Wide Web and ensure its inter operability As part of its work the W3C has developed accessibility guidelines for the World Wide Web The standards of the Federal Rehabilitation Act Section 508 are consistent with the W3C Guidelines and provide achievable well documented guidelines for implementation Authority This policy is issued by the Vice Provost for Information Technology Enforcement If necessary at the discretion of the university leadership or their designees some or all non compliant portions of Web pages and resources may be brought into compliance by designated staff or contractors and the expense of that work may be charged to the UW Madison unit that is responsible for assuring the accessibility of that information on the Web Related Documents The associated Implementation Procedures and the IT Policy Glossary are extensions of the policy Current Implementation Procedures Original Memorandum about this policy IT Policy Glossary Contact Please direct questions about this policy to accessibility cio wisc edu World Wide Web Accessibility Implementation Procedures for the UW Madison World Wide Web Accessibility Policy These procedures implement the UW Madison World Wide Web Accessibility Policy The rationale is discussed in the background section of the policy Priority of Implementation Priority should be given to creating accessible Web pages and resources for core institutional information such as course work registration advising admission catalogs and student services information Units with large Web sites and resources containing core institutional information should establish priorities for ensuring access to these according to the pages and resources being used or requested most often For setting priorities to make Web pages and resources accessible the following guidance is suggested All new and revised web pages should be made accessible at the time of creation or revision The top 20 of existing Web pages and resources most frequently used e g that get the largest number of hits should be placed in the first priority for review and made accessible as indicated Pages and resources required for participation funding disability related services and

    Original URL path: http://www.wisc.edu/policies/wwwap.php (2016-01-11)
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