We Don’t Need No Education: Web Governance Through On-Demand Online Training
House of hoarders.
Used Site improve to manage the basic website.
Integrated personal data with industry data
Content wasn’t focused on audience
75% of traffic does not go through the homepage
97% of users says website is most reliable
Content was off brand, they came in farther in on the funnel
Used mandatory training until it became true!
Moved site off campus; and began working
Strategic Development Initiative
Built all WWW’s (about 10) on a new system and implementation
Web Admin training
|Intro||planning for changewhat to expectUMW toolboxshared vocabgetting help||Getting Started Quiz|
|Content Basics||intro to content strategywriting for the webSEO||content quiz|
|Compliance Issues||AccessibilityCopyright BasicsExpectations & best practices||Compliance quiz|
|Wordpress 101||Logging InGetting StartedCreating and Editing ContentManaging Media||WordPress Quiz|
Advanced Training in Development
|Advanced Wordpress||Gravity FormsTablePressAdvisoriesContent GridTabs & Accordions|
|SiteImprove||IntroductionUsing the QA ToolsThe Dictionary|
|Department Specific Training||Residence Life - Managing Residence HallsGreat Lives - Managing LecturesGraduate Admissions Pages|
- Lesson plans
- Scripts and Slides
- Video Links
- Resources (sources)
Challenge: Build your own starter kit!
DON’T CREATE EXPERTS; MAKE THEM ACCOUNTABLE
Training should be evaluated once a year and everyone goes through it again.
Give them the actual things to fix accessibility problems. They should be doing it with their monthly report.
Do it everywhere; All people are responsible for ensuring everything meets the accessibility standard
Git for the Stubbornly Resistant Organization
- Git for Teams Emma Jane Hogbin Westby
- Merge vs rebase terminology