Friday, November 8, 2013
Need help using Web Manager 2, cropping photos, or structuring pages?
Have questions about best content practices, naming files, or all the things?
All Web Manager 2 users: check this blog and tutorials for answers!
Normal users: contact your Publisher for assistance
Publishers and Editors: contact Kari Barton. Her info is on the Web Manager 2 homepage!
Kari Barton (from Marketing's Web Content team) is your new primary contact for assistance. She can answer any questions you have!Posted at 9:23 AM | Permalink
Friday, October 4, 2013
You've probably heard that Liberty University now has it's own zip code — here's how it will affect you on the web.
This new zip code will be used for all on-campus mail, so you may need to update any addresses you have posted on your webpages in order to reflect this change.
For full information, view the new Zip Code details from Postal ServicesPosted at 10:19 AM | Permalink
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
As you know, we've made phenomenal progress on the Provost's new plan for Academic web content. With this implementation have come some changes in procedures for updates. This post gives a simple breakdown of what has changed, and how.
As you know, the publishing process now goes through our team and the Provost's office. Here is the procedure:
Pages should be published within 1-2 business days after being submitted for approval.
Need to update your navigation? No problem!
Need to delete some pages? No problem!
As an Editor, you no longer have to worry about Signing-Off on pages. You can still view the list of pages pending Sign-Off, but you do not have to Sign-Off. Even without Sign-Offs, remember to review your pages and keep them up to date!
Still have questions? Shoot me an email.
Posted at 4:01 PM | Permalink
Friday, August 17, 2012
Breaking news from the Web Content pressroom:
Our team has been making great headway on the Academic web plan (mentioned in the latest blog post), and we are wrapping up the first stage of that project!
We have made excellent progress due to the cooperation and swift responses from those working in our Academic web departments. Our team and the Provost's office greatly appreciate what you do for the University, and you have rocked our socks off with your assistance in this effort to improve our web content.
--Web Content Team
A blog post for Editors on procedures for updating navigation, deleting pages, and more!
Monday, March 5, 2012
Publishers of Academic Departments,
You should have received Dr. Godwin's email on Friday announcing the following:
"...we are moving in a new direction with web content management that will involve our new Academic Project Manager, Lindsey Churchill. ...as a result of this new system, there will be some changes in web publisher access for current web manager users."
The Office of Promotional Publications and the web content team are working with the Provost's office to accommodate this plan and implement workable solutions for academic web content management.
Thank you for your patience and your spirit of cooperation!
--Web Content TeamPosted at 11:22 AM | Permalink