UNC Web Communications

What's Up Right Now

  • The University has purchased a new Content Management System (CMS) from Omni Update.
  • There is a new UNC web design for all sites.
  • Promotional program pages have been created for each undergraduate and graduate program and will be released in late July.
  • Creative Services will design the home page of each academic department site (such as Biology, Political Science, etc.).
  • Phase 3 will begin with August 18 training and run through December 31.

View the Web Conversion Schedule

 OU Campus Training

Training for Phase 3 web authors is now available. An email invitation has been sent to identified Phase 3 web authors. If you are a Phase 3 site web author and did not receive an invitation, please contact Ronna Johnston.

 

Part 1 training covers the basic tools such as editing pages, inserting links and images, creating new pages and using the OU Campus interface.

Part 2 training covers more advanced options such as inserting snippets to organize content, using image galleries and setting workflow for other web authors to edit pages and submit for approval.

There are date/time choices for each part so register for one session only  for each part. Please note these trainings are for Phase 3 web authors only. 

Part 1 Session Choices

  • August 18
  • August 25
  • September 1

Part 2 Session Choices

  • September 7
  • September 8
  • September 13
  • September 15

Register for OU Campus Training

All sessions will be held from 9 a.m. to noon in Michener 335

Open Labs

Open labs are drop-in blocks of time for practice in your site. CETL and Web Communications staff will be there to assist you with questions.

Open labs are a great time to get away from interruptions and get lots of work done - with expert help!

Open Lab Dates:

  • July 18
  • July 27
  • August 3
  • August 10
  • August 16
  • August 22
  • August 30

All labs will be held from 10 AM until noon.

These labs will be held in Michener L12 

 

How Can Phase 4 Departments Prepare for the CMS?

  • Check the content on your web sites now
  • Update and reduce content where appropriate
  • The top level navigation of the new design accommodates about six categories of content and many sites will need to reconsider the navigation of existing sites
  • Contact ronna.johnston@unco.edu for analytics on your existing site