Academics Examples

The Web Content Orientation

The Web Content Orientation is divided into two workshops an orientation session and a basic training session.

Web Content Orientation: 2 Hours

The Orientation is designed to help you become familiar with the basic accessibility, copyright, web planning and writing skills necessary to provide content for the creation of faculty home pages, department sites, and special program sites. Once you complete the orientation Academic Computing will be able to create your account and the basic structure of your site on the web.

Upon completion of this orientation you will be familiar with the:

  • Navigation and overall function of the new campus website
  • Web accessibility laws and guidelines that apply to all web content
  • Copyright and fair use guidelines and restrictions for web content
  • Web writing style for our campus site
  • Faculty, Department, and Special Program site creation procedures

To complete this orientation you must:

  1. Attend a Web Content Orientation or complete the online Web Content Orientation
  2. Take and pass the Web Content Orientation quiz.

Web Content Editor Basic Training: 1 Hour

In addition to the initial orientation you will be required to complete a basic training session on the web content editor itself.

Upon completion of this basic training you will be able to:

  • Use the campus web content editor
  • Apply basic accessibility techniques to web content using the editor
  • Create a home page or site

To complete this orientation you must:

  1. Attend a Web Editor Training session
  2. Complete your home page or site

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