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Course

Description

 Academic Web Site Training

   This training session will overview of the academic web site recommendations as well as provide implementation techniques and tips. All web developers for academic web sites are invited to attend.


 Making Your Web Pages Accessible to Everyone

   Learn how to make your web content accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities. Course includes hands-on and demonstration sections. All University web developers are welcome.


 Web Press Training

   Learn how to use Web Press, the web content management system. Course includes hands-on and demonstration sections. All University web developers are welcome. Advanced registration is required.


 Web Press Training for Academic Program Guide Editors

   Learn how to use Web Press, the web content management system, to update academic program guides. Course includes hands-on and demonstration sections. Enrollment is limited to academic program guide editors.




Nondiscrimination Statement

Missouri State University is an Equal Opportunity institution.

Accommodation of Disabled Patrons
Faculty or staff members with disabilities which may require special accommodations are encouraged to contact the Office of Equal Opportunity, Carrington Hall 128, (417) 836-4252 or TDD (417) 836-6974. 

Students with disabilities which may require special accommodations are encouraged to contact the Disability Support Services Office, New Hall 108, (417) 836-4192 or TDD (417) 836-6792.