Texas Wesleyan's website is back in the hands of its faculty and staff, and Web Services is offering a three-part training series that teaches you not only how to use the new system, but how to get the most out of your site.
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The new content management system (CMS), which launched August 26, gives faculty and staff the power to shape their department’s website by creating and editing content. More than 50 people attended training for the new system prior to the launch and are already making changes to their pages.
If you weren’t able to attend one of the first CMS training sessions, there’s good news – there are 14 opportunities remaining on the Fall schedule.
The training process will be broken into three segments:
Originally part of a four-hour workshop, the CMS training has been broken into two, two-hour sessions to make attending easier. Trainees will need to attend the “A” session before the “B” session to ensure the basics of the system are learned.
All CMS training sessions will be held in the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) and are limited to eight participants. If you have already attended training but would like a refresher course on how to post news and events, you are welcome to attend the second half of the "B" session as an observer, even if the class is full.
The Web writing crash course will cover the basics of writing for the Web, creating news and events and mastering voice and tone. These sessions will be held in the library orientation room and last one hour.
For a complete list of workshop descriptions and training dates, visit the Web content training page.