New Monthly Website Training Session Series
The first session, Drupal Basics 101, was presented via Adobe Connect on Thursday, April 3, 2014. The webinar covered how to create a webpage, creating links, adding photos and videos, creating announcements, and linking to your social media pages. The session was recorded and is available on the Extension Technology Help website, along with other Drupal resources.
The trainings are geared towards Extension county, AES, and program website content editors and website managers working on Extension-themed websites, but are open to anyone and no registration is required. A list of upcoming sessions and topics is included below.
Upcoming Drupal Website Webinars
- Writing for the Web, May 1st at 10am
How to structure your content, making your pages pretty by using headings, list items, and paragraph tags. How to make your content scannable and easy to read. How to organize your menus.
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO), June 11 at 10am
How to bring value, deep linking, cross linking, promoting your stuff online, frequency of posts, importance of photos and videos, and social media.
- Drupal Free-For-All, August 2014
Bring your Drupal questions, we'll try to answer them.
- Copyright Issues and Model Release Forms, September (Extension Conference)
What is legal; what is not.
- Cleaning Up Your Website, October 2014
Tips and suggestions for improving your Extension county website.
- Videos: How to Use and Create, November 2014
How to create and upload videos to MediaSpace or YouTube, link to them, and promote them on your site.
- Google Analytics, January 2015
Learn how to track website visits, popular (and not so popular) links, and file downloads.
For more information about the series, or if you need direct support, you can contact Victor Villegas.