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This is most recommended for creating your team websites.
NOTE: The guided setup (aka: Wix ADI) does not allow for embedding custom code. So, you will need to exit the guided setup and go to "Advanced Editor" when embedding your Tableau charts.
NOTE: I only recommend using this if you have used Google Sites before. Functionality and options may be limited.
Please note that WordPress.com websites are not compatible with Tableau; therefore, they will not work for this class project.
Health Education Assets Library (HEAL)
A collection of over 22,000 freely available digital materials for health sciences education.
Creative Commons Search
Creative Commons licenses provide a flexible range of protections and freedoms for authors, artists, and educators. Search here for various multimedia resources (web, media, music, video, images).
Large collection of public domain and Creative Commons images, sounds, maps, and other media.
CDC Public Health Image Library
PHIL offers an organized, universal electronic gateway to CDC's pictures. We welcome public health professionals, the media, laboratory scientists, educators, students, and the worldwide public to use this material for reference, teaching, presentation, and public health messages.
Colorblind Webpage Filter
Use this filter to be sure your website is not difficult to view for people with various types of colorblindness. While the site may look differently to someone who is colorblind, it should still be clear, legible, etc.
Check My Colours
Checks a website for colorblind-friendliness
- Cross-browser & cross-platform compatibility – Does the site work in as many browsing situations as possible? (Use Firefox, Chrome, and IE to see if it's consistent.) Is the site responsive, i.e., flexibly changing the layout depending on the screen size? (Use your phone and a tablet to see if it works well on those devices.)
- Will my content work with screen readers? (Add captions to images and figures.)
- Are the colors used high contrast? Do the colors create a hindrance to people with colorblindness or poor vision?