The University of Windsor has moved to an “essential service only” model. Learn More.
computer screen showing DrupalA session September 11 will offer training in the University’s web content management system.

Session to provide mandatory training in UWindsor web content management system

A class free to UWindsor staff and faculty will provide training in Drupal, the University’s web content management system, on Tuesday, September 11.

Those responsible for maintaining UWindsor websites must complete this training to become a Drupal 7 editor, says Rob Aitkens, web development team lead in Public Affairs and Communications.

Website Basic Training will focus on teaching site editors how to create pages and events, upload graphics, and use menus and blocks. The class also covers University and legislative guidelines for posting content.

It is aimed at employees with little previous experience with the system, for those upgrading their sites from version 6 to 7, or as a refresher, and is not mandatory for those who have already received training in Drupal 7.

The class will run 1:30 to 4 p.m. in room G101, Leddy Library. Registration is required through this online form.