Web classes are currently on hiatus for the summer months of July and August 2019.
We will return with a new schedule of classes in the Fall semester.
Questions? Please contact:
Web Development Team Leader
Information Technology Services
September 2019 - TBD
October 2019 - TBD
Website Basic Training
Learn the basics of the Drupal content management system and the university website environment in this 2.5-hour course.
Website Basic Training focuses on teaching site editors on how to create pages and events, upload graphics and use menus and blocks. The class also includes an overview of the AODA and how to post accessible content.
The class is aimed at employees with little previous experience with the system or for those upgrading their sites from version 6 to 7.
This class is mandatory for new editors.
This 1.0-hour class is a review of the campus editing environment, university guidelines and the AODA.
The focus is on how to post proper content, within guidelines, and does not go in-depth on the Drupal content management system.
The class is designed for editors who may not have used their skills in a while or who may not have received AODA training before. It is not a class for beginners or those without any Drupal experience.
How to Register:
You can only register for the current/next session—you cannot register ahead for other months.
The registration form will close once the class limit has been reached.
- Registration is required
- Class spaces are limited.
- Classes often fill up quickly—you should register asap
ITS maintains a list of Drupal FAQs and a Drupal 7 Online Guide for the Drupal system.
They can be accessed from the main menu of this site or through the links above. These pages replace a traditional printed manual.