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Web Resources

Various campuswide resources are available to assist you with your Web site development, including:

Templates/Web-Site Design For assistance with Web-site development, contact either:

Guide to University Style This resource is available via the University Communications and Marketing Web site at
http://www.kent.edu/ucm/marketingguide/style/index.cfm

On-Campus Training

  • Kent State University’s New Media Center offers free instructional seminars to the university community. More specifically, faculty and staff who wish to build Web pages can take advantage of various Web-development training courses, which are offered periodically throughout the semester. For more information, visit the Web site at http://seminars.lms.kent.edu.
  • In addition, Web-related seminars and workshops are also available through the Faculty Professional Development Center. Workshops include instruction on basic software applications such as WebCT and Dreamweaver. For more information, visit the Web site at http://dept.kent.edu/fpdc/.

Web-Ready Downloadable Logos Web-ready logos are available for download from the New Media Center at http://www.kent.edu/ucm/marketingguide/logos.cfm

Support for Web-Site Development Units desiring assistance in the design, development or modification of Web sites are encouraged to contact University Communications and Marketing and the New Media Center for that assistance. University Communications and Marketing and the New Media Center will provide support for design and development on a first-come, first-served basis in order to help units to comply with the policy. They will do so incrementally as staffing permits. University Communications and Marketing and the New Media Center are not able to provide maintenance support.

Support for Web Site Maintenance Units desiring assistance with Web-site maintenance are encouraged to contact the New Media Center for training in Web-site maintenance software. This software will allow units to designate one or more individuals (who will not need Web-page design or html knowledge) to update content in the unit’s site on an on-going basis. Participation in this program may require some modification of current Web sites and will be easiest if the unit uses University Relations and Development and the New Media Center provided templates.