Overview & Purpose:You will be given an overview of Drupal site administration, and of page creation and editing. There is an emphasis on forming good principles of Content Management, and on basic Accessibility challenges.
The class will also touch on the few differences found when using a site with the Open Scholar theme.
- To feel comfortable with Drupal’s Administration interface
- Recognize the importance of planning before doing
- Recognize the importance of creating content that is accessible by a diverse spectrum of visitors.
New for 2023: Hybrid ClassesClasses will be held at 701 Carnegie Center, Room #131 (PC Training Room). There is room for 12 in-person attendees, on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you have a specific preference for attending either in-person or remotely, be sure to email the instructor at [email protected].
A Zoom link will be emailed to participants prior to class. Please note: you must be logged into Zoom with your University account in order to attend class.
Materials:Feel free to review the class outlines ahead of time. They are available in this Google drive directory.
We will be using WDS’ dedicated training site in class.