hands on keyboard of computer displaying Drupal screenWeb accessibility basic training will take place on Thursday, May 18.

Drupal training session a chance to develop skills

University employees interested in becoming content editors and being responsible for maintaining content on the University's official website are invited to enhance their Drupal skills with virtual training on Thursday, May 18.

The training is designed to help web editors enhance the website’s user experience and ensure that it meets the standards of accessibility, usability, and functionality. Essential topics covered include page creation fundamentals, uploading graphics, effective menu organization, and creating accessible content.

Participants will have the opportunity to learn from Rob Aitkens, web development team leader, who will also field their Drupal questions.

The Drupal 7 + Web Accessibility Basic Training will take place on Thursday, May 18, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. It is open to all members of the campus community regardless of their experience level.

Interested faculty and staff, including student employees, can register on the IT Services Booking page to attend the online training session through the University's website and take the opportunity to improve the user experience of the University’s official website.