New Website (launched: Feb.28, 2013)
With the launch of Phase I of the new university website, we know there will be a period of "getting acclimated." We want to make it easy for you to report issues like broken links or misspelled words, and to assist you in finding what you need. The following FAQ may help.
I can't find something that used to be on the old website. What do I do?
First, try the search feature. The content you are looking for may be on the new website but organized differently than it was before. The majority of the information from the old site has been migrated to the new, but some still needs to be moved. If you need to find something on the old site, let us know (email@example.com) and we will help you get to it until it is moved over. Content on the old site will remain available until we no longer needed as a back-up resource. None of the information on the old site is "gone."
What do I do about broken links or other small changes or fixes?
Report these by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Generally, we ask everyone to use the University Relations Job Request Form to request help. However, to expedite things following the website launch, for the rest of the 2013 spring semester, please report small changes by email directly to us.
My website request is more substantial than a quick change or fix. What should I do?
Please use the University Relations Job Request Form. This means your request will be recorded, reponsed to and tracked.
When can I start working on my own content?
Department publishers will be identified and trained, beginning in late March, 2013.
Update: Publisher training is delayed until a new Ektron upgrade is installed, projected date mid-May, 2013. This upgrade will significantly change the Ektron editor and editing process, so we want to train on what people will be using. If you need publishing training before that, we will train individually on the older editing interface.
Web Services at University Relations - General Information
The Director of Communications serves as the campus webmaster and
coordinates the university's web presence with the Office of Information
Technology Services. The university provides a content management system (CMS) for
To request an update for the website, please submit
a Job Request Form.
For more information, including training on the content management system, contact our web designer, Marsha Ahrenkiel or web and graphic designer Julia Easton.