At Hannon Hill, the well-being of our customers and employees is top priority. As we monitor how COVID-19 is affecting the world, we're sharing helpful events, resources and reminders that may be useful to your organization during this time. As we navigate this together, please reach out if we can be of any assistance.
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What's New in Cascade CMS & Clive
Cascade CMS 8.15 includes features to help contributors keep track of Drafts and Working Copies, the ability to scope the Siteimprove integration to Sites and/or Roles, the ability to create deep links to asset actions, support for Oracle versions 18c/19c, security upgrades related to Tomcat, and other improvements and bug fixes.
Explore how you can further connect with your audience with new personalization features within Clive.
Available immediately to all Cascade CMS customers, the Alerts Center is a site built to provide alerts and emergency information.
The pandemic has placed a significant health and financial burden on many families. University of Maryland Global Campus is striving to be an example of how online education can fill a need and ensure those with less resources can still receive a high-quality education.
Covid Assist is a nation-wide organization that matches neighbors who can’t leave their homes with volunteers who can help with basic non-medical tasks, like running errands, to keep everyone safe and healthy.
Inside Higher Ed provides live updates on the coronavirus pandemic published throughout the day.
In this Hannon Hill blog post, we take a look at how to prepare crisis communication strategies and effectively implement them in the digital world. Implementing a crisis communication strategy eliminates the potential for sensationalized sources to release unsupported information.
EAB provides an insightful resource center filled with expert insights, support resources, higher education response examples, and more to assist your organization's on-going response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Don’t let accessibility suffer during the pandemic. As many Higher Education organizations are turning towards remote learning during this time of uncertainty, Dr. Burgstahler, Sheryl, Ph.D. shares her expert tips on teaching an accessible online course.
This shared document, organized by EDUCAUSE, provides corporate resources for higher education going online during the COVID-19 situation. The document is divided into three sections including technology resources, open educational resources, and access services offerings.