Do you need some extra help or just a reminder on how to do the basic steps required to manage a maintain a university site? Well, you're in the right place. We have various forms of assistance that can help you learn more about how to manage your content.
OU Campus Training
We have moved our basic OU Campus training online, so you can do it at your leisure. (Editors must attend the Web 101 Training Workshop to receive page/site editing group credentials for OU Campus.)
Please also provide your supervisor's name & email on the form so we can get access approved for you while you are completing training. Once we have received the results of your training, and approval from your supervisor, we will create your account on the UTC website so you can begin!
Open Lab Time and Web Workshops
Web Workshops are announced via the OU Campus internal email list, which is used for system announcements.
During Open Labs, members of the Web Services team will be on hand to assist with basic and advanced editing techniques, answer questions, and provide information.
Lab times will begin with 90 minutes of Workshop time, during which a member of the team will explain and demonstrate web techniques using OU Campus (www.utc.edu) or WordPress (blog.utc.edu). The remainder of the Lab will feature hands-on, personal assistance from expert editors.
No prior registration is required. Feel free to drop in at any time during any of the labs. Even if you do not require assistance, Open Labs provide time and space to get away from your office to concentrate on web editing, or to meet and work with fellow web editors.
Participants should complete OU Campus online training prior to attending workshops. Editors must attend Web Training 101 to receive page/site editing group credentials for OU Campus.
Web 101 - Sections, Pages and Navigation
- Handout: Sections, Pages and Navigation (500K Word Doc)
- Detailed lesson plan (instructor's outline) (500K Word Doc)
Advanced Web Techniques - Just Edit, Snippets and Styles
- Handout: Just Edit and Snippets (500K Word Doc)