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Accessibility information and conformance

General information

Glossary

How to use this site


How to use this site

Changing the size of text in your browser

Most browsers have a feature that allows you to change text size.

IE icon Internet Explorer
From the menu bar select View, then Text Size, and choose a suitable text size.
Netscape icon Netscape
From the menu bar select View, then Increase Font or Decrease Font.
  • Or use Ctrl ] to increase text size—hold down the control key (on a Mac use the command key) and press the right square bracket key.
  • Use Ctrl [ to decrease text size—hold down the control key (on a Mac use the command key) and press the left square bracket key.
Mozilla icon Mozilla (Firefox)
From the menu bar select View , then Text Zoom , and choose a suitable text size.
  • Or use Ctrl + to increase text size—hold down the control key (on a Mac use the command key) and press the plus key.
  • Use Ctrl – to decrease text size—hold down the control key (on a Mac use the command key) and press the minus key.

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What the icons mean

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uselinks icon Useful links and other resources

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General information

The site is designed by the Gippsland Campus Language and Learning team to serve as a resource for students studying via distance education at Monash University.

The overall project of which this site is part, was awarded Monash Strategic Innovations funding 2005-2006.The development of the suite of websites was undertaken by the project team and staff of the Centre for Learning and Teaching Support (CeLTS), then Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT), Monash University, under the direction of Associate Professor Rosemary Clerehan.

The Learning Support for Off-Campus Learners site was written by Julie Murray, Cheryl Cook and the other members of the Gippsland team, with assistance from Viola Rosario and Associate Professor Rosemary Clerehan.

Acknowledgements

We express our gratitude to the many students and staff of the University who gave generously of their time to share their ideas and experience.

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