UAA’s Web presence plays an important communications role in supporting the four pillars of UAA’s mission: teaching, research, engagement, and creative expression. Web sites and Web applications present and service academic and administrative information. Web publishing at UAA is supported by University Advancement, Information Technology Services and Disability Support Services, along with thousands of students, faculty and staff.
This site is a clearing house for all Web publishing information. Everything from guides to sample code. to management guidance is available. The site is organized for people looking for Web publishing information by task, UAA role and Web site role.
Need to Schedule CMS Training?
IT Services Web/Applications team offers 5 training/consultation hours per week. New user trainings will be held at the UAA Information Technology office (SSB 120) and may be held in a group setting of up to 5 CMS authors. Web Consultations are available for one or more current authors of the same site looking for advice or training on more advance topics, and may be held face-to-face or via WolfLync. Sign up for the next available training by calling the IT Services Call Center. Once you are signed up, you will receive an Outlook meeting invite as your confirmation.
Less than 5 people? Come visit us in SSB.
5 people or more? We'll come to your conference room.
CMS Training/Consultation Schedule
CMS Open House
Each month, WebPros hosts an open house in a computer lab where you can retreat to build your website and consult with a pro.
CMS Open House Dates
August - December 2014
Looking to start a web site?
Web Publishing Resources
Policy compliance explains responsibilities and goals. You should understand what tier your Web site is and how to comply with policy.
CMS documentation and training describes how to manage your website.
The CMS Web Style Gallery might give you inspiration for working with your own website within the content management system (CMS).
Experienced publishers, administrators, authors, contributors and developers will appreciate the detailed information in the ITS Knowledge Base.
Questions or comments? See the contact page for departments that can help you or your group succeed on the Web.