UNC Web Communications
What's Up Right Now
- Landing pages are being created for digital campaigns
- An upgrade to UNC's calendar has been completed
- Most websites have been fully converted into the CMS
OU Campus Training
OU Campus training sessions vary depending on the CMS users needs. There are three types of training:
- Full Publisher/Web Author Training
- Contributor Training
- OU Campus Blogs
Please contact Evan.Rattenborg@unco.edu to establish which type of training is right for your website needs.
Full Publisher Training
Web authors are CMS users who need access to all functions of the web site creation, including creating and publishing new webpages.
This two-part training is designed to teach web authors how to use use the OU Campus Interface as well as all features available in the CMS. Training includes explanations of best practices used to structure content on a page. Also included is file management information and best practice tips.
Full Publisher Training Dates
- Part 1: Tuesday, May 22nd from 2:00 - 3:30 pm
- Part 2: Thursday, May 24th from 3:00 - 4:30 pm
To request sessions and register for training please contact Evan.Rattenborg@unco.edu.
If this dates/times don't work with your schedule please check back. June sessions will be scheduled shortly.
Contributors are CMS users who can create and edit webpages that are submitted to a designated web author for approval and publication.
This 90-minute session will focus on the basics of creating a new page, adding content and images and submitting the page for review by a department web author.
Contributor Training Dates
- Wednesday, May 16th from 2:00 to 3:30 pm
If you or a team member need to register for or schedule a contributor training session please contact Evan Rattenborg at Evan.Rattenborg@unco.edu.
What if I want to create a new website?
We understand that some programs, clubs or organizations at UNC do not have an existing website. Contact Evan Rattenborg if you have a site that needs to be created. All UNC web sites will be in the new design and developed in the Content Management System (CMS).